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ACC2 - Station Setup

The primary use for this setting is to allow stations to be named. Most other functions are described in more detail in the Flow Operations section.

  • Name: Used to name the station (rotors, sprays, drip, etc.).
  • Station P/MV Usage: Indicates which normally closed P/MV outputs the station will activate, whenever it runs. Learn more 
  • Flow Zone: Assignment required for Flow Manager and/or Flow Monitoring.
  • Flow Priority: (used in Flow Manager): Check the box to make a station more likely to water earlier in flow management.
  • Flow Rate: Enter or learn the typical flow for the station. Used in both Flow Manager and Flow Monitor. See Flow Operations.
  • Delay: Sets the amount of time the station can run before high or low flows will cause an alarm. Set longer delays for stations that take longer to stabilize the flow.

NOTE: P/MV boxes with the “X” are unavailable because they are already assigned to other Flow Zones or MainSafe zones.

Step 1

Select the lower right soft key to view the MAIN MENU.

Step 2

Turn the scroll wheel to the right to view the STATIONS menu. Press wheel twice to select the first option, STATION SETUP.

Step 3

Turn the scroll wheel to the right to highlight the station NAME. Press the scroll wheel to select. Enter a NEW NAME if desired. Press the scroll wheel to select.

Step 4

Turn the scroll wheel to the right to highlight the STATION P/MV USAGE. Press the scroll wheel to select. Select the P/MV numbers that are applicable. Press the scroll wheel to select.

Step 5

Turn the scroll wheel to the right to highlight the FLOW ZONE. Press the scroll wheel to select. Select the FLOW ZONE numbers that are applicable. Set to NONE if not using flow sensing. Press the scroll wheel to select.

Step 6

Turn the scroll wheel to the right to highlight the FLOW RATE. Press the scroll wheel to select. Select NOT LEARNED for learning new flow. If the flow is predetermined, enter a flow value in GPM. Press the scroll wheel to select.

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