XC Hybrid Owner's Manual

XC Hybrid Owner's Manual
Battery Operated Controllers
Owner’s Manual and
Programming Instructions
PRG
RUN
SENSOR BYPASS
CURRENT TIME/DAY
SYSTEM OFF
ACTIVE
MANUAL-ALL STATIONS
MANUAL-ONE STATION
ALL
1
SEASONAL ADJUSTMENT
START TIMES
RUN TIMES
WATER DAYS
ENG
Table of Contents
Introduction � ��������������������������������������������������������������������� 1
XC Hybrid Components ������������������������������������������������� 1
Mounting the Controller to the Wall � �������������������������������� 3
Connecting Valves ������������������������������������������������������������ 3
Installing Batteries ����������������������������������������������������������� 4
Connecting a Master Valve ����������������������������������������������� 4
Connecting a Weather Sensor � ������������������������������������������ 5
Testing the Weather Sensor ������������������������������������������� 5
Manually Bypassing the Weather Sensor ������������������������� 5
Power Failures ������������������������������������������������������������������ 6
Installing the Transformer (optional) � �������������������������������� 6
Watering Schedule ����������������������������������������������������������� 7
Programming the Controller ��������������������������������������������� 8
Setting the Date and Time �������������������������������������������� 8
Setting the Program Start Time(s) � ��������������������������������� 8
Eliminating a Program Start Time ����������������������������������� 9
Setting Station Run Times � �������������������������������������������� 9
Setting Days To Water �������������������������������������������������� 9
Selecting Specific Days of the Week to Water ����������������� 9
Selecting Interval Watering ����������������������������������������� 10
Setting Event Day(s) Off � ���������������������������������������������� 10
Automatic Watering ���������������������������������������������������� 10
System Off � ����������������������������������������������������������������� 10
Programmable Rain Off ����������������������������������������������� 10
Seasonal Adjustment �������������������������������������������������� 11
Manually Run a Single Station ������������������������������������� 11
Manually Run All Stations � ������������������������������������������� 11
One Touch Manual Start and Advance �������������������������� 11
Advanced Features ��������������������������������������������������������� 12
Programmable Sensor Override ����������������������������������� 12
Test Program of All Stations ����������������������������������������� 12
Easy Retrieve™ Program Memory � �������������������������������� 13
Programmable Delay Between Stations � ������������������������ 13
Clearing the Controller's Memory/
Resetting the Controller ���������������������������������������������� 13
Troubleshooting Guide � ����������������������������������������������� 14
Specifications ����������������������������������������������������������������� 15
Operating Specifications ��������������������������������������������� 15
Electrical Specifications �������������������������������������������������� 15
Explanation of Symbols ����������������������������������������������� 15
Certificate of Conformity to European Directives ����������� 16
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Introduction
The XCH is truly a hybrid controller that can operate from a
wide variety of power sources. In situations where AC power is
available, a plug-in transformer can be used to supply power
to the controller. A solar panel option (coming soon) can also
be attached to the XCH to continually supply power to the
controller without the need for batteries.
Introducing the latest addition to the Hunter XC controller
product line; the XC Hybrid (XCH) battery operated controller.
The XC Hybrid is a full-featured irrigation controller that
combines maximum programming flexibility with the versatility
of battery operation for a wide range of installations. Using
DC latching solenoid technology, the XCH is ideal for remote
or isolated installations that do not have access to AC power.
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XC Hybrid Components
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9
8
A
C
7
AM PM
%24HR
PRG
EVEN
2,4...30
MO TU WE TH FR SA SU ODD 1,3...29
RUN
12
13
5 10 14
SENSOR BYPASS
CURRENT TIME/DAY
SYSTEM OFF
ACTIVE
MANUAL-ALL STATIONS
MANUAL-ONE SATION
ALL
1
SEASONAL ADJUSTMENT
18
START TIMES
RUN TIMES
WATER DAYS
15
17
STAINLESS VERSION
1
PLASTIC VERSION
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B
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A – LCD Display
C – Control Buttons
1.
Run Times – Allows user to set each valve station run time
from 1 minute to 4 hours.
Button – Increases the selected item flashing in the display.
2.
Start Times – Allows 1 to 4 start times to be set in each
program.
Button – Decreases the selected item flashing in the display.
Button – Returns selected flashing display to previous item.
3. Station Number – Indicates currently selected station number.
4. Program Designator – Identifies program (A, B, or C) in use.
5. Day of the Week – Identifies day of the week.
6.
Interval Watering – Identifies month when programming
current date.
7. Odd/Even Watering – Identifies if Odd or Even watering has
been selected.
8. Flashing Sprinkler – Indicates that watering is taking place.
9.
System Off – Allows user to discontinue all programs and
watering. Also allows the user to set the programmable "rain
off" which stops watering for a period from 1 to 7 days.
10.
11.
12.
Umbrella – Indicates that the rain sensor is active.
Seasonal Adjustment – Allows the user to make run time
changes according to the seasons without reprogramming the
controller. Bars on the left allow quick visual reference to the
seasonal adjustment percentage.
Rain Drop – Indicates watering will occur on the selected day.
13.
Crossed Rain Drop – Indicates the watering will NOT occur
on the selected day.
14.
Calendar – Indicates interval watering schedule has been
programmed. Icon also appears when programming the current
day.
B – Wiring Compartment
15.Terminal Strip – Use to attach transformer, sensor, and valve
wires from their source to the controller.
16. Reset Button – Use to reset the controller.
17. Battery Holder – Holds six AA alkaline batteries.
Button – Advances the selected flashing display to the next item.
Button – Selects program A, B or C for different watering zone
requirements.
18. Sensor Bypass Switch.
D – Dial Settings
Run – N
ormal dial position for all controller automatic and manual
operation.
Current Time/Day – Allows current day and clock time to be set.
Start Times – Allows 1 to 4 start times to be set in each program.
Run Times – Allows user to set each valve station run time from 1
minute to 4 hours.
Water Days – Allows the user to select interval days to water.
Seasonal Adjustment – Allows user to make run time changes
according to the seasons without reprogramming the controller.
Bars on the left allow quick visual reference to the seasonal
adjustment percentage.
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Manual-One Station – Allows user to activate a one-time
watering of a single valve.
Manual-All Stations – Allows user to activate a one-time
watering of all valve stations or a few selected stations.
System Off – Allows user to discontinue all programs and
watering. Also allows the user to set the programmable rain off
which stops watering for a period from 1 to 7 days.
E – External Transformer (Optional)
A plug in transformer can be used to supply AC power to the
controller.
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Mounting the Controller to the Wall
1. Secure one screw into the wall. Install screw anchors if
attaching to drywall or masonry wall.
2. Slide the keyhole on top of the controller over the screw.
3. Secure the controller in place by installing screws in the
holes below the terminal strip.
WIRE SIZE
DISTANCE FROM VALVE
TO CONTROLLER
18 AWG
550 feet
16 AWG
870 feet
14 AWG
1380 feet
12 AWG
2200 feet
Connecting Valves
NOTE: The XCH operates DC latching solenoids
only (order Hunter P/N: 458200). 24 VAC solenoids
will NOT operate with the XCH. DC solenoids can
be easily identified by red and black leads. The red
lead is attached to the station output, while the
black lead is attached to the common wire.
Valve 4
Valve 3
1. Route valve wires between the control valve location and
controller.
Valve 2
2. At valves, attach a common wire to the black solenoid
wire on all valves. Attach a separate control wire to the
remaining red wire of each valve. All wire connections
should be done using waterproof connectors.
3. Route the valve wires through the conduit. Attach the
conduit through the bottom right side of the controller.
3
4. Secure the valve common wire to the C (Common) screw
on the terminal strip. Attach each of the individual valve
control wires to the appropriate station terminals and
tighten their screws.
Station Wires
(Red Leads)
Valve Common Wire
(Black Leads)
Valve 1
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Installing Batteries
The XC Hybrid operates on six AA alkaline batteries, and
PRG the XC Hybrid Stainless uses
six C batteries. A battery carrier is supplied with your controller. Insert the batteries
as indicated on the battery carrier. Connect that battery connector inside the access
compartment to the battery carrier and insert the carrier into the lower left side of the
controller as shown. To access battery carrier on the XC Hybrid Stainless, remove the
screw in the top center of the controller and swing the facepack down as shown.
RUN
SENSOR BYPASS
CURRENT TIME/DAY
SYSTEM OFF
ACTIVE
MANUAL-ALL STATIONS
MANUAL-ONE SATION
ALL
1
SEASONAL ADJUSTMENT
START TIMES
RUN TIMES
WATER DAYS
XCH-Stainless
Battery Install
Connecting a Master Valve
NOTE: Complete this section only if you have a
master valve installed in your irrigation system. A
master valve is a “normally closed” valve installed
at the supply point of the main line "that" opens
only when the controller initiates a watering
program.
Valve 4
Valve 3
Master Valve Wire
1. At the Master Valve, attach the common wire to the black
solenoid wire of the valve. Attach a separate control wire to
the remaining red solenoid wire.
2. The common wire should be attached to the C terminal
inside the controller. The other wire coming from the master
valve should be attached to the MV terminal inside the
controller. Tighten each terminal screw.
Valve 2
(Red Lead)
(Black Lead)
Valve
Wires
Valve 1
Master Valve
Valve Common Wire
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Connecting a Weather Sensor
A Hunter weather sensor or other micro-switch type weather
sensors can be connected to the XC. The purpose of this
sensor is to stop automatic watering when weather conditions
dictate. WRC (Wireless RainClik) is not compatible with
XCHybrid.
When the weather sensor has
deactivated automatic watering, the
OFF, and
icon will appear on the
display.
1. Remove the metal jumper plate that is attached across
the two SEN terminals inside the controller.
Testing the Weather Sensor
2. Connect one wire to one SEN terminal and the other wire
to the other SEN terminal.
Mini-Clik Rain Sensor
The XC provides simplified testing of a rain
BYPASS
sensor when the sensor is wired into the
sensor circuit. You can manually test proper
/DAY
operation of the rain sensor by running
ACTIVE
a manual all stations cycle or by
activating the system using the One Touch
Manual Start (see page 11). During the
Manual cycle, pressing the test button on the Mini-Clik® will
interrupt watering.
Manually Bypassing the Weather Sensor
If the rain sensor is interrupting irrigation you can bypass it
by using the bypass switch on the front of the controller. Slide
the switch to the SENSOR BYPASS position to disable the rain
sensor from the system to allow for controller operation. You
can also bypass the weather sensor for manual operation by
using the MANUAL – ONE STATION function.
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Power Failures
The controller has non-volatile memory. Programmed
information will never be lost due to a power outage (when
using AC power) or if the AA batteries go dead.
IN / OUT
VERSION
CATALOG
NUMBER
120/24 VAC
US
526500
230/24 VAC
European
545700
240/24 VAC
Australian
545500
Installing the Transformer (optional)
The XC Hybrid is designed to operate on batteries or 24
VAC power. If AC power is available, a 24 VAC output plug
in transformer can be attached to the two 24 VAC terminals
inside the lower access area.
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Watering Schedule
HUNTER XC Hybrid
PROGRAM A
DAY OF THE WEEK
MO TU
WE
TH
FR
PROGRAM B
SA
SU
MO TU
WE
TH
FR
PROGRAM C
SA
SU MO TU
WE
TH
FR
SA
ODD/EVEN OR INTERVAL
1
PROGRAM
START TIMES
2
3
4
STATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
NOTES:
7
LOCATION
STATION RUN TIME
STATION RUN TIME
STATION RUN TIME
SU
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Programming the Controller
The XC display shows the time and day when the controller is
idle. The display changes when the dial is rotated to indicate the
specific programming information to enter. 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 field is flashing.
Three programs A, B, and C, each with the ability to have four
daily start times, permit plants with different watering requirements to be separated on different day schedules.
NOTE: A basic programming rule is that whatever
symbol or character is flashing will be the item
programmed. For instance, if the hour is flashing
when setting the time, the hour can be changed
or programmed. For illustration purposes in this
manual, flashing characters are in GRAY type.
Setting the Date and Time
1. Turn the dial to the CURRENT TIME/DAY
position.
2. The current year will be flashing. Use
the
or
buttons to change the year.
After setting the year, press the button
to proceed to setting the month.
3. The month and day will be in the display.
The month will be flashing and the
icon will be displayed. Use the
or
buttons to change the month. Press the
button to proceed to setting the day.
4. The day will be flashing and the
icon will be displayed. Use the
or
buttons to change the day. Press the
button to proceed to setting the time.
CURRENT TIME/DAY
CURRENT TIME/DAY
5. The time will be displayed. Use the
and
buttons to select AM, PM, or
24 hour. Press the button to move
to hours. Hours will be flashing. Use
the
and
buttons to change the
hour shown on the display. Press the
button to move to minute. Minutes will
be flashing. Use the
and
buttons
to change the minutes shown on the
display. The date, day, and time have
now been set.
Setting the Program Start Time(s)
1. Turn the dial to the START TIMES
position.
START TIMES
2. The factory preset is set on program A.
If necessary, you can select program B,
or C by pressing the
button.
3. Use the
or
button to change
the start time. (The start times advance in
15 minute increments).
4. Press the button to add an additional start time, or
button for the next program.
NOTE: One start time will activate all stations
sequentially in that program. This eliminates the
need to enter each station’s start time. Multiple
start times in a program can be used for separate
morning, afternoon, or evening watering cycles.
Start times may be entered in any order. The XC
will automatically sort them.
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Programming the Controller
Selecting Specific Days of the Week to Water
Eliminating a Program Start Time
With the dial set to START TIMES
position, push the
or
button until
you reach 12:00 AM (Midnight). From
here push the
button once to reach
the OFF position.
START TIMES
Setting Station Run Times
1. Turn the dial to Run Times position.
2. The display will show the last
program selected (A, B, or C), the
station number selected,
icon,
and the station will be flashing. You
can switch to another program by
pressing the
button.
RUN TIMES
button to advance to the next station.
WATER DAYS
2. The display will show the last program
selected (A, B, or C). You can switch to another program
by pressing the
button.
3. The controller will display the seven days of the week (MO,
TU, WE, TH, FR, SA, SU). Each day will have a icon or
a
icon above the day. The icon would represent an
“On” water day, while a
icon would represent an “Off”
watering day.
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This feature uses numbered day(s) of the month for watering
instead of specific days of the week (odd days: 1st, 3rd, 5th,
etc.; even days: 2nd, 4th, 6th, etc.).
1. With the cursor on Su press the
button once. The icon and odd will
be displayed.
2. If odd day watering is desired, turn
the dial back to the run position.
Setting Days To Water
1. Turn the dial to the WATER DAYS
position.
2. Repeat step 1 until all desired days have been selected.
The selected days will show a to indicate their status is
ON. The last is the last day of watering for that program.
Selecting Odd or Even Days to Water
3. Use the
or
button to change the station run time on
the display. You can set the run times from 0 to 4 hours.
4. Press the
1. With the cursor on a specific day
(the cursor will always start with MO),
press the
button to activate a
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
particular day of the week to water.
Press the
button to cancel watering for that day. After
pressing a button the cursor automatically advances to the
next day.
Odd Day Watering
3. If even day watering is desired, press
Even
2, 4,...30
the
button once. The icon and
EVEN will be displayed. You can move Even Day Watering
back and forth from ODD to EVEN by
pressing the and buttons.
NOTE: The 31st of any month and February 29th
are always “off” days if Odd watering is selected.
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Programming the Controller
Selecting Interval Watering
Automatic Watering
With this option you can select interval
watering from 1 to 31 days.
After programming the XC, set the dial to the
RUN position to enable automatic execution of all
selected watering programs and start times.
1. With the cursor on EVEN, press the button once and
the
icon will appear and a 1 flashing in the display.
Interval watering schedule appears on the display.
2. Press the
or
button to select the number of days
between watering days (from 1 to 31 days). This is called the
interval.
The controller will water the selected program at the next start
time and will then water at the interval programmed.
Setting Event Day(s) Off
The XC allows you to program a No Water Day(s). This feature is
useful to inhibit watering on specific day(s). For example, if you
always mow the lawn on Saturdays, you would designate Saturday
as a No Water Day so that you are not mowing wet grass.
1. Turn the dial to the WATER DAYS position.
2. Enter an interval watering schedule as described on page 10.
3. Press the button to scroll to the No Water Days at the
bottom of the display. MO will be flashing.
4. Use the button until the cursor is at the day of the week
you wish to set as a No Water Day.
5. Press the
button to set this day as a no water day. The
will illuminate over this day.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 until all desired event day(s) are off.
NOTE: You also have the option in the interval
watering schedule to program Odd or Even days
off.
RUN
System Off
Valves currently watering will be shut off after
the dial is turned to the SYSTEM OFF position
for two seconds. All active programs are discontinued and watering is stopped. To return
the controller to normal automatic operation,
simply return the dial to the RUN position.
Programmable Rain Off
SYSTEM OFF
SYSTEM OFF
This feature permits the user to stop all
programmed waterings for a designated
period from 1 to 7 days. At the end of the
programmed rain off period, the controller
will resume normal automatic operation.
1. Turn the dial to the SYSTEM OFF
position. Wait for OFF to be displayed.
2. Press the
button as many times as needed
to set the number of days off (up to 7 days).
RUN
3. Turn the dial back to the RUN position at which
OFF, a number, the
and
icons will be
displayed.
The days off remaining will decrease at
midnight each day. When it goes to zero,
the display will show normal time of day
and normal irrigation will resume at the
next scheduled start time.
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Programming the Controller
Seasonal Adjustment
Manually Run All Stations
Seasonal Adjust is used to make global
run time changes without re-programming the entire controller. To use the
seasonal adjustment feature:
1. Turn dial to MANUAL – ALL
STATIONS position.
SEASONAL ADJUSTMENT
2. The display will now show a flashing number followed by
a %, as well as the bar graph which always remains on the
display. Press the
or
button to adjust the percentage
of the seasonal adjustment. Each bar on the graph
represents 10%. This feature can adjust the controller from
10% to 150% of the original program.
To view the adjusted run times, simply turn the dial to the
RUN TIMES position, the displayed run time will be updated
accordingly as the seasonal adjustment is made.
NOTE: The controller should always be initially
programmed in the 100% position.
1. Turn dial to MANUAL – ONE
STATION position.
MANUAL-ALL STATIONS
ALL
2. Select program A, B, or C by
pressing the
button.
1. Turn the dial to the SEASONAL
ADJUSTMENT position.
Manually Run a Single Station
ALL
3. Station run time will flash in the display. Use the
or
button to select the amount of time for a station to water
if different from the run time displayed.
4. Use the
button to move to the next station.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to customize each station.
6. Press the
button until you reach the station at which you
would like watering to begin.
Turn the dial clockwise to the RUN position (the controller will
water the entire program beginning with the station number
last left in the display, then return to the automatic mode with
no change in the previously set program).
One Touch Manual Start and Advance
You can also activate all stations to water without using the dial.
1
1. Hold down the
MANUAL-ONE STATION
1
2. Station run time will flash in the
display. Use the
button to move to the desired station.
You may use the
or
button to select the amount of
time for a station to water.
3. Turn the dial clockwise to the RUN position to run the
station (only the designated station will water, then the
controller will return to automatic mode with no change
to the previously set program). Also see One Touch Start
and Advance.
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button for 2 seconds.
2. This feature automatically defaults to program A. You can
select program B or C by pressing the
button.
3. The station number will be flashing. Press the button to
scroll through the stations and use the
or
button to
adjust station run times. (If no buttons are pressed for a
few seconds during step 2 or 3, the controller will automatically begin watering).
4. Press the
button scroll to the station you wish to begin
with. After a 2 second pause, the program will begin. At
any time during the manual cycle, you can use the or
buttons to navigate from station to station manually.
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Advanced Features
Programmable Sensor Override
Test Program of All Stations
The XC allows the user to program the controller so that
the sensor disables watering on only desired stations. For
example, patio gardens that have pots under overhangs and
roofs may not receive water when it rains and will continue to
need to be watered during periods of rain. To program sensor
override:
RUN
The XC allows the user a simplified method for running a test
program. This feature will operate each station in numerical
sequence, from the lowest to the highest.
1. Turn the dial to the RUN position.
2. Use the
or
buttons to set the run time from 1 to 15
minutes. The run time needs to be entered only once.
2. Press and hold the
button down while turning
the dial to START TIMES position.
3. Release the
button. At this point, the
display will show the station number, ON,
and the
icon, will be flashing.
4. Press the
or
button to enable or
disable the sensor for the station shown.
ON = Sensor enabled (will suspend
irrigation)
OFF = Sensor disabled (will allow watering)
1. With the dial in the RUN position, press and hold the
button. The station number will be displayed and the time
will be flashing.
3. After a 2 second pause, the test program will start.
Sensor Enable
Sensor Disabled
5. Use the or buttons to scroll to the next
station that you would like to program the sensor override.
NOTE: The controller default is for the sensor to
disable watering on all zones when rain occurs.
When the XC receives an input from the
sensor to disable watering, the display
will indicate those stations that have been
programmed to override the sensor. A
station that is running in the sensor override mode will flash
the
and icons alternately.
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advanced features
Easy Retrieve™ Program Memory
Programmable Delay Between Stations
The XC is capable of saving the preferred watering program
into memory for retrieval at a later time. This feature allows
for a quick way of resetting the controller to the original
programmed watering schedule.
This feature allows the user to insert a delay between stations
between when one station turns off and the next one turns on.
To save the program into the memory
1. With the dial in the RUN position, press and hold the
and
buttons for 5 seconds. The display will scroll three
segments
from left to right across the display indicating
the program is being saved into memory.
2. Release the
and
buttons.
1. Start with the dial in the RUN position.
2. Press and hold the
button down while turning the dial
to the RUN TIMES position.
3. Release the
button. At this point the display will show
a delay time for all stations in seconds, which will be
flashing.
4. Press the
or
buttons to increase or decrease the
delay time between 20 seconds and 4 hours.
To retrieve a program that was previously saved into
memory.
5. Return the dial to the RUN position.
1. With the dial in the RUN position, press and hold the
and
buttons for 5 seconds. The display will scroll three
segments
from right to left across the display indicating
the program is being saved into memory.
Clearing the Controller's Memory/Resetting the
Controller
2. Release the
and
buttons.
If you feel you have misprogrammed the controller, there is a
process that will reset the memory to the factory defaults and
erase all programs and data that have been entered into the
controller.
1. Press and hold down the
button.
2. Press and release the reset button in the lower
wiring compartment.
3. Wait 2 seconds and release the
button. The display
should now show 12:00 AM . All the memory has been
cleared and the controller may now be reprogrammed.
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Troubleshooting Guide
PROBLEM
CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
The controller is continuously
watering
Too many start times have been
programmed
Only one start time is necessary to activate a
program. (refer to "Setting the Program Start
Time(s)" on page 8)
There is no display
Check batteries or AC power
Correct any errors
The rain sensor is interrupting
irrigation or the sensor jumper has
been removed
Slide the rain sensor bypass switch to the BYPASS
position to bypass the rain sensor circuit, or
reinstall the jumper
Defective rain sensor
Verify operation of rain sensor and proper wiring
Jumper was not removed when
sensor was installed
Remove jumper from the sensor terminals
Stations have been programmed to
override the sensor
Reprogram the sensor override to enable the
sensor (refer to "Programmable Sensor Override"
on page 12)
Frozen display, or showing
incorrect information
Power surge
Reset the controller (refer to "Clearing the Controller's Memory/Resetting the Controller" on page
13)
Display shows a station is running
but the
and icons are flashing
The sensor is interrupting irrigation,
however the station has been
programmed to override the sensor
Check the Programmable Sensor Override status
(refer to "Programmable Sensor Override" on page
12)
Automatic irrigation does not start
at the start time and controller is
not in the System Off mode
AM/PM of time of day not set correctly
Correct AM/PM of time of day
AM/PM of start time not set correctly
Correct AM/PM of start time
Start Time is disabled (set for Off)
Refer to "Setting the Program Start Time(s)" on p 8
Batteries are dead
Replace batteries
Controller is not receiving AC power
(if using a transformer)
Check AC power connections
Display reads “Off,
”
Rain sensor will not shut off the
system
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ENG
Specifications
Operating Specifications
Electrical Specifications
• Station Run Times: 0 to 4 hours in
1-minute increments
• Electronic short circuit protection
• 3 Independent Watering Programs
• Non-volatile memory for program data
• Start Times: 4 per day per program for
up to 12 daily starts
• Watering Schedule: 365-day calendar,
interval watering, odd/even watering
• AM/PM, 24-hour clock
• Simple manual operation
• Sensor override by station
• Programmable rain delay (1 to 7 days)
• Seasonal adjustment (10% to 150%)
• Sensor bypass switch
• XCH-x00 and XCHM-x00 for outdoor use
• Sea level to 2000 m at 0-50°C
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• Six AA (1.5 V) alkaline batteries required
• Model XCH-x00 has an IP2X Rating
• Clean only with a cloth dampened with
mild soap and water
Explanation of Symbols
= AC
= Consult Documentation
= Ground
ENG
Certificate of Conformity to European Directives
Hunter Industries declares that the irrigation controller Model XCH complies with the standards of the European Directives of “electromagnetic compatibility” 87/336/EEC and “low voltage” 73/23/EEC.
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Project Engineer
This product should not be used for anything other than what is described in this document. This product should only be serviced
by trained and authorized personnel.
FCC part 15:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Hunter Industries Incorporated • The Irrigation Innovators
1940 Diamond Street • San Marcos, California 92078
www.hunterindustries.com
© 2012 Hunter Industries Incorporated
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