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Mini-Weather Station - Wiring

Wiring to X-Core Controller

The Mini Weather Station connects directly to the X-Core. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the Sensor switch on the front panel. 

  1. Remove the jumper from the two “SEN” terminals.
  2. Route the wires from the rain sensor up through the same conduit opening used for valve wiring.
  3. Connect one wire to the terminal labeled “SEN” and the other wire to the other “SEN” terminal.

Mini-Click Connecting to X-Core Controller

 

Wiring to the Pro-C Controller

The Mini Weather Station connects directly to the Pro-C. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the Sensor switch on the front panel. 

  1. Remove the jumper from the two “SEN” terminals.
  2. Route the wires from the rain sensor up through the same conduit opening used for valve wiring.
  3. Connect one wire to the terminal labeled “SEN” and the other wire to the other “SEN” terminal.

Mini-Click Connecting to Pro-C Controller

 

 

Wiring to the I-Core Controller

The Mini Weather Station connects directly to the Pro-C. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the Sensor switch on the front panel. 

The Mini Weather Station connects directly to the I-Core. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the Sensor switch on the front panel. 

  1. Remove the jumper from the two “SEN” terminals.
  2. Route the wires from the rain sensor up through the same conduit opening used for valve wiring.
  3. Connect one wire to the terminal labeled “SEN” and the other wire to the other “SEN” terminal.

Mini-Click Connecting to I-Core Controller

 

 

Wiring to the ACC Controller

The Mini Weather Station connects directly to the ACC. 

  1. Remove the jumper from the two “SEN” terminals.
  2. Route the wires from the rain sensor up through the same conduit opening used for valve wiring.
  3. Connect one wire to the terminal labeled “SEN” and the other wire to the other “SEN” terminal.

Mini-Click Connecting to ACC Controller

 

Wiring to the ICC2 Controller

The Mini Weather Station connects directly to the ICC. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the Sensor switch on the front panel. 

  1. Remove the jumper from the two “SEN” terminals.
  2. Route the wires from the rain sensor up through the same conduit opening used for valve wiring.
  3. Connect one wire to the terminal labeled “SEN” and the other wire to the other “SEN” terminal.

 

Wiring to the SRC Controller (Discontinued)

The Mini-Weather Station connects directly to the SRC. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the RUN (BYPASS SENSOR) position on the dial.

  1. Route the wires from the Mini-Weather Station up through the same opening used for valve wiring.
  2. Connect one wire to the RS terminal and other to the C terminal.
  3. Connect the valve common to the RS terminal.
  1. Connect Common to this Terminal when using Rain Sensor
  2. Connect Rain Sensor Wires to These Two Terminals
  3. Solenoid
  4. To Valves
Wiring to the ICC Controller (Discontinued)

The Mini-Weather Station connects directly to the ICC. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the Sensor switch on the front panel.

  1. Remove the jumper from the two “SEN” terminals.
  2. Route the wires from the rain sensor up through the same conduit opening used for valve wiring.
  3. Connect one wire to the terminal labeled “SEN” and the other wire to the other “SEN” terminal
Other 24 VAC Controllers

All three sensors are electrically connected in a series, so only two wires need to be used to connect to the irrigation controller. Use the green and silver (clear insulation) wires to hook up to normally-closed logic situations (See Figure 3). Follow the wiring instructions in any of the sepa- rate sensor manuals, or place the two wires on the controller's “sensor input” screw terminals if available (See Figure 4). For controllers with normally-open sensor inputs (most Toro models), please consult factory.

Note: For extending wires, use wire 18AWG or heavier.

  1. Green
  2. Silver (Clear Insulation)
  3. White
  4. Common Wire
  5. To Solenoid Valves
  6. Green
  7. Blue or Red: Check Controller Specifications
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