Manual - Drip Depot

Manual - Drip Depot
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ECO1ASV.075
ECO1MVA
ECO 1™ Features
• Simple icon based push button programming
• Light powered - no batteries or AC power required
• Rain sensor compatible
• Daily, monthly, and seasonal restrictions option
• SimpleSmart™ programming uses 20 pre-set historical ET based
program options
• One button manual watering
• Run times from 1 minute up to 6 hours in one minute increments
•Five start times can be used on specific days of the week, odd or even
days and up to once every thirty days of scheduled irrigation
•Optional twelve month budget from 0 to 200% in 5% increments
•Optional rain delay with automatic restart
ECO1MVA
ECO1ASV.075
Table of contents
Introduction… ……………………………………………………………… 3
1. About the controllers… …………………………………………………… 3
2. Component identification… ……………………………………………… 4
2.1 ECO1.ASV with anti-siphon valve… …………………………………… 4
2.2 ECO1MVA manual valve actuator… …………………………………… 5
3. System components… …………………………………………………… 6
4. Anti-siphon valve installation… …………………………………………… 7
4.1 Changing actuator adapters… ………………………………………… 9
4.2 Manual valve actuator installation……………………………………… 11
5. Programming… ………………………………………………………… 12
6. Setting time and date……………………………………………………… 12
7. Setting watering day schedules… ………………………………………… 14
8. Setting watering start time………………………………………………… 16
9. Setting watering run times………………………………………………… 18
10. Setting the SimpleSmart™ option…………………………………………… 20
11. Setting seasonal adjustment (monthly budget)……………………………… 22
12. Rain delay setting… ……………………………………………………… 24
13. Events off setting… ……………………………………………………… 25
14. Manual watering… ……………………………………………………… 26
15. Connecting a rain sensor… ……………………………………………… 27
16. Maintenance, troubleshooting and repairs… ……………………………… 29
17. Warranty… ……………………………………………………………… 31
18. Technical assistance… …………………………………………………… 32
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Thank you for purchasing DIG’s ECO 1™ ambient light powered irrigation controller.
1. About the controllers
The ECO 1™ is a one-station, ambient light (solar) powered smart controller that
uses a patented energy management system to power the controller day and
night. The controller requires no batteries, AC power or direct sunlight and can be
installed above grade anywhere in the landscape.
The controller employs the latest in water conservation features and can be
pre-set to automatically adjust the watering durations according to regional
seasonal changes.
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2. Component IDENTIFICATION
2.1 ECO1.asv with anti-siphon valve
6. Collapsible
solenoid wire
7. Manual flow control
8. External bleed screw
9. DC Solenoid
1. Solar PVM
2. LCD screen
3. 7 button keypad
4. Rain sensor connection
5. Quick reference label
10. Anti-siphon cap
11. Pipe thread outlet
12. Pipe thread inlet
13. Anti-siphon valve
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2.2 ECO1MVA Manual valve ACTUATOR
See section 4.1 to change adapters from the factory 3/4 in. assembly to the 1 in.
assembly.
1. Solar PVM
2. LCD screen
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3. Quick reference label
4. 7 button keypad
5. Rain sensor connection
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7. Collapsible solenoid wire
8. Manual flow control
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10. Actuator stem
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ASSEMBLY FOR ALL PLASTIC
VALVES & 1 IN. BRASS VALVES
AS FACTORY ASSEMBLED FOR
3/4 IN. BRASS VALVES ONLY
CHAMPION & ORBIT adapter for 1
in. brass & RAINJET, RAIN BIRD &
ORBIT 3/4 in. & 1 in. plastic
CHAMPION, RAIN BIRD & ORBIT
3/4 in. brass adapter
3/4 in. brass washer
1 in. brass washer
Retainer clip
Retainer clip
1 in. & 3/4 in. seat washer body
3/4 in. seat washer body
Main screw for seat
washer assembly
Main screw for seat
washer assembly
Seat washer assemblies
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3. SYSTEM COMPONENTS
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LCD Display
1. Time and Date - Indicates current time and day
2. Set Watering Days - Choose either specific days, odd/even days, or up to once
every 30 days
3. Start Time - Up to 5 start times per day available
4. Run Time - Watering duration from 1 minute to 6 hours
5. Manual Run - Appears when manual button is pushed
6. Set ET - Used to set one of the 20 SimpleSmart™ presets
7. Set Monthly Budget - Seasonal adjustment setting (0%-200%) in 5%
increments or to fine-tune SimpleSmart™ programming
8. Rain Delay - Delay irrigation setting from 1>99 days with automatic restart
9. Events Off - Suspends watering for any month or any specific day within
the month.
10. Power Level - Represents current charge level
11. Sensor - Appears only when sensor is connected and active
12. Watering - Appears when valve is open
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Control Buttons
Select programming mode
Turn ON/OFF program
Start/stop a manual cycle
Move left/right to select a value
Raise/lower the selected value
4. ANTI-SIPHON VALVE Installation
The ECO1ASV.075 can be installed directly to PVC pipe. (Inlet 3/4 in. FNPT, outlet
3/4 in. FNPT.)
Maximum static pressure: 150 PSI
NOTE: Wrap all fittings with Teflon tape.
Do not use pipe cement on the valve as this will damage the valve and void
the warranty.
Make sure when wrapping fittings with Teflon tape that no excess gets into the
internal assembly. Tighten the fittings with a wrench, but do not over tighten.
NOTE: The ECO1.ASV must be installed at least 6 in. higher than the highest
sprinkler head on the system or back-drainage may occur. Additional control
valves must not be installed downstream of the anti-siphon valve. The valve must
not be operated continuously for more than 12 hours in any 24-hour period.
Consult local codes for specific details.
1.Flush main line until water runs clear before installation.
2.Shut off main water supply.
3.Install the anti-siphon valve directly to PVC pipe using 3/4 in. PVC male adapter
or use Schedule 80 nipple. The arrow on valve body indicates direction of
water flow (see Figure 6).
4.Turn the main water supply on and pressurize the system.
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5.To test the ECO 1™, press the
button. A click will be heard, indicating the
valve is open. An icon of a droplet
on the upper left of the screen and the
run time remaining will appear on the display in 5 seconds. Check that the
system is operating correctly and press the
button again to turn it off. A
second click will be heard indicating that the valve closed. The droplet icon
and the manual icon
will disappear from the display and OFF will appear
momentarily; then the display will revert to the time of day.
6.Program the ECO 1™ controller (see section 5).
6 in. minimum
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4.1 changing actuator adapters
The ECO 1™ with actuator is factory set to fit a 3/4 in. brass manual anti-siphon
valve. To install the controller with actuator on a 1 in. manual anti-siphon valve
the 3/4 in. seat washer and adapter must be removed and replaced with the 1in.
adapter and seat washer, which are included in this box.
1.Turn the actuator so that the seat washer and the 3/4 in. threaded adapter face up.
2.Using pliers, or a 5/16 in. wrench,
remove the seat washer screw by
turning counter clockwise and pull
off the 3/4 in. seat washer assembly
(see Figure A).
Figure A
3.Push the 3/4 in. threaded adapter
down towards the actuator to
ease the tension on the retainer
clip (see Figure B).
Figure B
4.Next, place your thumb on one
side of the retainer clip and with
a pair of pliers grip the other
side of the retainer clip and pull
outwards, away from your thumb,
and upwards, removing it from
the base of the 3/4 in. threaded
adapter then, remove the adapter
(see Figure C).
Figure C
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5.Install the 1 in. threaded adapter by
pushing it onto the actuator stem
and making sure the notch on the
adapter lines up with the notch on
the stem of the actuator
(see Figure D).
Figure D
6.Spread the retainer clip with your
thumbs and push the retainer into
the adapter until it clicks
(see Figure E).
Figure E
7.Install the 1 in. seat washer
assembly as shown. Insert the seat
washer screw into the bottom of the
actuator stem and tighten turning
clockwise (see Figure F).
NOTE: Do not over-tighten.
Figure F
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4.2 Manual valve actuator installation
Pressure range: 20-150 PSI
1.Shut off main water supply.
2.Remove the manual stem from the existing valve and temporarily remove the
anti-siphon cap (see Figure A).
3.Replace any existing worn washers with the new ones provided (see Figure B).
4.Install the actuator with the controller into the manual anti-siphon valve body by
turning actuator clockwise. Tighten firmly, but do not over tighten (see Figure C).
5.Turn on main water supply.
6.The water flows for a moment and then stops. If the water does not stop, push
the
button on the key pad twice (turn it on and off).
WASHERS
Manual STEM
VALVE BODY
ANTI-SIPHON
CAP
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Figure B
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Figure C
5. PROGRAMMING
In order to program the ECO 1™, you must first let the unit sit out in the light to
charge. In bright light conditions (full sun) this will take under 30 minutes.
In shaded conditions this could take up to 2 hours.
This section explains the programming features, and the steps necessary to assign
to select the desired
irrigation schedules. To program the controller use the
to make the entry flash and the
buttons to
programming mode, the
change the value.
NOTE: Only a flashing value can be changed.
NOTE: If the last data entered stops blinking, press
programming and repeat the steps.
again to resume
6. setting time and date
The controller can display the time in either a 12 or 24 hour format.
To change the time format, from the home screen:
1. Press and hold the
button for three seconds until the display switches
format (AM/PM disappears).
SETTING THE CURRENT TIME AND DATE
To enable the controller to operate properly, the current time and date must
be set.
1.Press the
button, until the
icon appears along with the time and the day
of the week.
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2.If the current time has not been set and needs to be updated press
hour digit starts blinking.
3.To set the current hour, press
or
and the
(note AM and PM designations).
again and the minute digit starts blinking. Press
4.To set the minutes, press
the
or
to set the current time in minutes.
5.Repeat the steps to set the current date including, month, day and year. When
the date is selected and updated, the day of the week will be update at the
same time to correspond with the date.
MONTH DAY YEAR
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6.Press
Press
to proceed to the next step SET DAYS
or review the program.
to move backward.
7. SETTING WATERING DAY SCHEDULES
Option 1 - Setting Specific Days of the Week:
This setting determines which days the ECO 1™ controller will operate. Choose
either watering on specific days of the week, EVEN/ODD days or cyclical from daily
up to once every 30 days. The controller’s default setting is to water on all specific
days of the week.
For example, if you want to water every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday:
1.Press the
the screen.
2.Press
button until the
icon and the days of the week appear on
once and M (for Monday) starts blinking.
3.Press,
and underscore under M (Monday) disappears. Monday is
de-selected.
4.Press
twice and W (for Wednesday) starts blinking.
5.Press
and the underscore under W (Wednesday) disappears. Wednesday is
de-selected.
6.Press
twice and F (Friday) starts blinking.
7.Press
and the underscore under F (Friday) disappears. Friday is de-selected.
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8.Press
and the underscore under Sa (Saturday) starts blinking.
9.Press
and the underscore under Sa disappears. Saturday is de-selected.
10. Press the
button to proceed to the next step or to set even/odd days.
Option 2 - Setting Even or Odd Days:
To select EVEN days, ODD days or cyclical days from one day up to every
30 days refer to the following example.
Example: setting the controller to water every 10 days:
1.Press the
button until the
icon and the days of the week appear.
2.Press
and
to skip all the days of the week (underscore must be
removed beneath all days).
3.Press
and EVEN appears blinking. (To select ODD days press
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4.Press
again and 1 DAY appears blinking. To select the number of days
between watering of 10 days, press
until 10 appears on the display.
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5.To return to a weekly schedule, Press
and the program returns to the
weekly schedule for selecting the day of the week.
6.Press the
button to proceed to the next step START TIME
the program.
or to review
8. SETTING WATERING START TIME
The ECO 1™ smart controller can have up to five separate irrigation start
times per day.
To set a start time,
1.Press the
button until the
icon appears. START 1, displays OFF or the
last start time programmed in START 1 appears.
2.Press
and OFF (or the first start time programmed) begins blinking.
3.To set the desired first start time hour (note AM and PM designations), press
or
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4.Press
and the minutes start blinking.
5.Press
or
and set the desired start time minutes.
6.Press
again, the second start time and OFF (or the last start time
programmed) appear blinking.
7.To set the desired second start time hour (note AM and PM designations), press
or
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again and the minutes begin blinking, press
or
to select the
8.Press
watering start time in minutes. Repeat the steps to set the third and if needed
the fourth and fifth start times. During programming, the screen also shows
which days the controller will operate.
button to proceed to the next step RUN TIME
Press the
the program.
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or to review
9. SETTING WATERING RUN TIMES
Note: If you have already set a SimpleSmart™ ET preset (example: SP02) and then
change the run time, your SimpleSmart™ program will be turned OFF. You must
reactivate the SimpleSmart™ programming each time you adjust your run time
(see section 10).
This setting determines the length of time the ECO 1™ smart controller will allow
the valve to remain open (duration is from 1 minute up to 6 hours). For example,
setting watering run time to 10 minutes on certain days of the week will program
the controller to turn the water on for 10 minutes on each of the days chosen and
at every start time selected.
To set the watering run time :
1.Press the
button until the
setting appears.
icon appears and OFF or the last run time
2.Press the
button, and OFF (or the last run time programmed) appears with
hours blinking.
3.To set a desired watering run time in hours, press
number of hours.
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or
and select the
4.If only watering duration in minutes is required, press
and the minutes will start blinking.
to skip the hour digit,
5.To set the desired watering duration in minutes (example of 10 minutes), press
or
to select minutes. When programming the watering duration the
screen will also show the days the controller will operate.
NOTE: If the last data entered stops blinking after 10 seconds, press
to move backward.
resume or
button to proceed to the next step SET ET
Press the
the program.
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or to review
again to
10. Setting the SIMPLESMART™ option (SET ET)
The ECO 1™ smart controller’s main feature includes twenty preset programs for
sprays and drip irrigation based on three years of historical evapotranspiration (ET)
from various climate regions.
How DIG’s ECO 1™ smart controller operates using Historical Evapotranspiration (ET):
After programming the watering schedule, watering start time and watering duration,
the user can select one of the preset SimpleSmart™evapotranspiration (ET) programs
for spray or drip irrigation systems. See the color map in the centerfold of this manual
to select the appropriate pre-set for your location and type of system or reference
CHART A on page 21 and choose from the region description.
Selecting SP1 through SP20 sets the ECO 1™ controller to water a predetermined
number of minutes per month. The amount to water is pre-programmed into the
controller and is determined by which program (SP) is selected and by the month.
If you have already set a SimpleSmart™ ET preset (example: SP02) and then
change the run time, your SimpleSmart™ program will be turned OFF. You must
reactivate the SimpleSmart™ programming each time you adjust your run time (see
section 10).
NOTE: If using one of the SimpleSmart™ presets we recommend evaluating
the plants’ health for the first month and making adjustments to the system
as needed. If an adjustment or fine tuning of the SimpleSmart™ programming
is required, this adjustment can be made for each month in the SEASONAL
ADJUSTMENT (%) SETTING (see section 11).
For example:
The user entered watering run time will be adjusted monthly based upon the
forecast ET pattern for the selected region.
By selecting SP02, the controller may adjust the programmed run time of 10
minutes in the month of January to 3 minutes, or less. This reduces the irrigation
run time by 7 minutes, providing a water savings of nearly 70% for the month
of January.
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CHART A - SELECTING HISTORICAL ET PROGRAM
PROGRAM
REGIONS
IRRIGATION METHOD
SP01
Cool Mediterranean
Drip Systems
SP02
Cool Mediterranean
Sprinkler Systems
SP03
Humid Continental
Drip Systems
SP04
Humid Continental
Sprinkler Systems
SP05
Warm Mediterranean
Drip Systems
SP06
Warm Mediterranean
Sprinkler Systems
SP07
Humid Sub-Tropical
Drip Systems
SP08
Humid Sub-Tropical
Sprinkler Systems
SP09
Highlands
Drip Systems
SP10
Highlands
Sprinkler Systems
SP11
Dry Inland Valleys
Drip Systems
SP12
Dry Inland Valleys
Sprinkler Systems
SP13
Tropical Wet & Dry
Drip Systems
SP14
Tropical Wet & Dry
Sprinkler Systems
SP15
Tropical Wet
Drip Systems
SP16
Tropical Wet
Sprinkler Systems
SP17
Semi-Arid
Drip Systems
SP18
Semi-Arid
Sprinkler Systems
SP19
Arid
Drip Systems
SP20
Arid
Sprinkler Systems
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To activate the SimpleSmart™ ET feature:
1.Press the
2.Press
button until the
icon appears and OFF appears.
and OFF (or the last SP program #) appears.
3.To select a desired SimpleSmart™ preset press
or
and select one of the
twenty programs from the list using one that is similar to your climate region and
irrigation method (see map in centerfold or reference Chart A).
4.To deactivate the preset program, press
5. Press
Press the
program.
and the program # appears blinking.
until OFF appears.
button to proceed to the next step SET BUDGET
or to review the
11. SETTING SEASONAL ADJUSTMENT (Monthly Budget)
The amount of water required by plants varies throughout the year. The Seasonal
Adjustment percentage feature can be utilized to alter the programmed watering
run time on a monthly basis.
This program features two options:
A. It can be used as an adjustment to the programmed run time by altering the
programmed watering duration on a monthly basis.
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B. It can be used to modify the total run time setting of the SimpleSmart™
programming per month by percentage.
To set seasonal adjustment in %:
1.Press the
button until 100% and the current month # appears.
2.Press the
button and the 100% appears blinking.
or
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3.To set the desired seasonal adjustment % (0-200%), press
Example, if a 20 minute duration is programmed, and then the monthly budget
is changed from 100% to 50%, the duration will now be 10 minutes for the
selected month.
4.Repeat the steps to set the desired seasonal adjustment % for each month by
pressing
and following the previous steps for each month.
Press the
program.
button to proceed to the next step RAIN DELAY
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or to review the
12. RAIN DELAY SETTING
The Rain Delay setting is used to temporarily suspend all irrigation for a defined
number of days. For example, during rainy weather regularly scheduled programs
can be turned off from 1-99 days. At the end of the designated period, regularly
scheduled programming will resume automatically.
To set a temporary suspension of the program:
1.Press the
button until the
icon appears and OFF appear.
2.Press the
button and OFF starts blinking.
3.To set the desired temporary suspension of the program (1-99 days), press
or
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4.The temporary suspension of the program can be cancelled at any time by
re-entering Rain Delay screen and changing the setting to OFF. (Press
or
until OFF appears.)
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Note: OFF appears in between numeric value of 99 and 1.
Press the
button to proceed to the next step EVENTS OFF
the program.
or to review
13. EVENTS off setting
This mode allows the user to program the timer to not water during specific
months of the year, or to program the timer to not water on specific days of the
week during a specific month.
To turn off specific days of a month:
button until the desired month is selected and DAYS appear above
1.Push the
the
symbol. The number of the month is on the left (1 = January,
12 = December).
2. Push the
button until the desired day of the week flashes.
to remove the underline under the day of the week.
3.Push the
During the selected month, watering will not occur on the days of the week
without the underline.
To turn off an entire month:
button until the
icon appears.
1.Push the
2.Push the
button through each day of the week until the MO appears above
the
icon.
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3.When On is flashing for the desired month to turn off, push the
button
and the word OFF will appear. The selected month is now turned off, and no
watering will occur during the entire month.
The controller is now fully programmed.
Press the
button to review the program or to return to the home screen.
Here is an example of the home screen showing all the icons of the programs that
are currently set and active, which is the SimpleSmart™ (SET ET), monthly budget,
rain delay and events off programs.
14. MANUAL WATERING
The manual mode allows the user to test the system and water for a specified run
time. The controller will automatically close the actuator or valve at the end of the
defined irrigation period. The originally programmed irrigation schedule continues to
function at the times assigned. The sensor condition is disregarded in this mode.
To start a manual run,
button, and the
icon and
icon appears. ON appears
1. Press the
momentarily and then the last watering duration is displayed with
. The
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controller will open the valve and in 10 seconds a count down of the remaining
irrigation duration appears, showing when the controller will close the valve.
2. Press the
button to end manual run.
3. After 10 seconds the display will revert to the current time screen.
15. Connecting a rain sensor
Most “normally closed” rain or soil moisture sensors can be connected to the
ECO 1™ controller. The function of the sensor is to prevent automatic watering by
the set program due to excessive rainfall or when the soil is too moist.
To connect the sensor to the controller, please follow these steps:
1. Cut the yellow wire loop that exits the controller in the middle of the loop.
2. Strip approximately 1/2 in. of insulation from the end of each wire.
3. Splice one yellow wire to each of the wires coming from the sensor.
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Use waterproof wire connectors to secure the connections.
4. Follow the sensor manufacturer’s instructions for calibrating the sensor.
5. When the sensor is active and preventing automatic operation, a
appear on the display.
icon will
Icon will only appear when sensor is active.
Figure B
Sensor
Yellow Sensor
Wires
waterproof
Wire connectors
Recommended rain sensors are the Rain Bird RSD and Hunter Mini-Clik
Recommended soil moisture sensor is the Irrometer WEM-B
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16. MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIRS
To restore the controller to the default settings (Budgeting and Rain Delay settings
will remain):
button until the START EVERY is displayed and the
1.Press the
appears on the bottom left of the screen.
2.Press and hold down the
icon
for three seconds.
3.The screen returns to the home screen (clock) and all the default settings are
restored. The current time and date is retained.
screws
bonnet
ASSEMBLY
air vent with
poppet assembly
spring
diaphragm
ASSEMBLY
air vent seat
inlet
outlet
PROBLEM: Water is flowing out under the anti-siphon cap.
CAUSE: Valve is not installed at least 6 in. above the highest outlet on the system
SOLUTION: Raise valve up so it is at least 6 in. above the highest outlet on
the system
CAUSE: Anti-siphon float is obstructed or stuck
SOLUTION: Unscrew anti-siphon cap and check float assembly and clear out any
debris or foreign material inside.
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CAUSE: Valve is installed backwards.
SOLUTION: Reverse valve and make sure arrow on valve body is pointing away
from water source.
PROBLEM: Valve/actuator is not opening automatically or manually
CAUSE: No water pressure
SOLUTION: Open main water supply valve
CAUSE: Faulty solenoid
SOLUTION: Replace solenoid
CAUSE: Flow control handle is turned down
SOLUTION: Open flow control handle on valve or actuator
PROBLEM: Valve/actuator functions in manual mode but not automatically
CAUSE: Controller is set to OFF mode
SOLUTION: Verify that controller does not show OFF in current time mode
CAUSE: AM/PM not set correctly in current time mode
SOLUTION: Check current time, change AM/PM if necessary
CAUSE: AM/PM not set correctly in start time mode
SOLUTION: Check start time(s), change AM/PM if necessary
CAUSE: Watering restriction or rain delay is preventing watering
SOLUTION: Remove watering restrictions or set rain delay to off
CAUSE: Yellow sensor wires have been cut
SOLUTION: Re-connect sensor wires together with waterproof connector
CAUSE: Sensor is installed and is in a state that prevents watering
SOLUTION: Check sensor and wire splices and verify sensor is normally closed
PROBLEM: The display is blank
CAUSE: No buttons have been pushed in the previous 15 minutes
SOLUTION: Push any button
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PROBLEM: Valve/actuator fails to close
CAUSE: Valve/actuator is installed backwards
SOLUTION: Check flow arrow and verify arrows points away from water source
CAUSE: Debris is blocking solenoid port
SOLUTION: Shut off water supply, unscrew and remove solenoid, then open water
supply and flush out solenoid port, re-install solenoid
PROBLEM: Rain sensor does not prevent watering
CAUSE: Rain sensor is normally open, malfunctioning, or not wired correctly
SOLUTION: Verify that sensor icon appears on display when pin is pushed down &
check all wire splices
PROBLEM: Controller waters more than once per day
CAUSE: More than one start time has been programmed
SOLUTION: Change start time 2,3,4, and 5 to OFF
17. WARRANTY
DIG CORPORATION warrants these products to be free from defects in material and workmanship
for a period of three years from date of purchase. This warranty does not cover damage resulting
from accident, misuse, neglect, modification, improper installation or subjection to line pressure
in excess of 150 lbs. per square inch for anti-siphon valves and for actuators. This warranty shall
extend only to the original purchaser of the product for use by the purchaser.
The obligation of DIG CORPORATION under this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing
at its factory this product which shall be returned to the factory within three years after the
original purchase and which on examination is found to contain defects in material and
workmanship. DIG CORPORATION SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND; THE SOLE OBLIGATION OF DIG BEING LIMITED TO
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
Unattended use for prolonged periods without inspection to verify proper operation is beyond
the intended use of this product, and any damage resulting from such use shall not be the
responsibility of DIG CORPORATION. There are no warranties, which extend beyond the
description on the face hereof. In the case of purchase of the product for use other than, for
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irrigation purposes, DIG CORPORATION hereby disclaims any implied warranties including any
warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In the case of the purchase of
the product for personal, family or household purposes, DIG CORPORATION disclaims any such
warranties to the extent permitted by law. To the extent that any such disclaimer or implied
warranties shall be ineffectual, then any implied warranties shall be limited in duration to a
period of three years from the date of the original purchase for use by the purchaser. Some
states do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may
not apply to you.
In order to obtain performance under this warranty, the unit must be returned to the factory,
along with proof of purchase indicating original date of purchase, shipping prepaid, addressed
as follows:
DIG CORPORATION, 1210 Activity Drive, Vista, CA 92081. Repaired or replaced units will be
shipped prepaid to the name and address supplied with the unit returned under warranty. Allow
four weeks for repairs and shipping time. Repair of damaged units not otherwise within warranty
may be refused or done at a reasonable cost or charge at the option of DIG CORPORATION.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary
from state to state.
18. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Should you encounter any problem(s) with this product or if you do not understand its many
features, please refer to this instruction manual first. If further assistance is required, DIG offers the
following customer support:
TECHNICAL SERVICE USA
• DIG’s Technical Service Team is available to answer questions in English and Spanish from
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PST) Monday-Friday (except holidays) at 800-344-2281.
• Questions in English and Spanish can be emailed to questions@digcorp.com or faxed to
760-727-0282.
• Specification documents and manuals are available for downloading in English and Spanish at
www.digcorp.com.
www.digcorp.com
email: dig@digcorp.com
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26-200 REVA 111212 DIGCORP
Printed in the USA
DIG is a Registered Service Mark of DIG Corp.
1210 Activity Drive
Vista, CA 92081-8510, USA
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