Node Program Capablities
The NODE uses standard Hunter controller programming with 3 programs (A, B, C) and 4 start times per program.
On standard Hunter controllers a dial is used to scroll between the programming functions, however, on the NODE the button is used to quickly and easily create the irrigation program. When programming, the flashing portion of the display can be changed by pressing the or buttons. To change something that is not flashing, press the or buttons until the desired item is flashing.
Normally the NODE display shows the time and day, day of the week, MV (if master valve option is activated) and the battery life indicator. During a short period of inactivity the display will shut off to retain battery power. Pressing any button will wake up the NODE to the Idle Mode.
When the controller is operating a program the items shown on the display will include the station number, program letter, remaining runtime, and the blinking Rotor icon.
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