Orbit Faucet Timer 94075, 62075
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INSTALLATION
Models: 94075, 62075
GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Location:
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Choose a spot where water drains away from house and
window wells.
SET WATERING DAYS
Your Orbit timer allows you to choose the days of the week for
watering. You can water every day, only certain days or every
2nd or 3rd day.
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Warning: For outdoor use in cold water only.
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2. Plumbing Codes:
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Follow all watering and back-flow (anti-siphon)
prevention codes.
4-Button Digital Hose Faucet Timer
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SET
3. Specifications:
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Water pressure: Min. 10 psi/Max. 80 psi working pressure
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Working Temperature: Min. 32 degrees F/Max. 167º F
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Storage Temperature: Min. -22 degrees F/Max. 185º F
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Electrical: Three AA 1.5-volt alkaline batteries
Installation and user’s guide
Push MODE button to select SET. The word SET will blink to
indicate that it is selected.
Push CONFIRM button to begin the set mode.
Push CONFIRM button two more times to move past the
time/day setting. The days of the week will be flashing.
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4. Installing the Batteries:
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Remove timer cover and slide battery compartment cover off
in the direction of arrow.
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INTRODUCTION
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Thank you for selecting a quality Orbit® timer. You will enjoy
many years of satisfactory service if proper installation and
care is observed.
The Orbit timer keeps your yard beautiful whether you are at
home or away. Orbit gives you convenience and flexibility, letting you use an automatic watering program or override the
automatic program for special watering needs.
The Orbit Timer provides up to 3 start times per day with watering periods from 1 to 99 minutes per start time. For ease of use,
the User’s Guide has step-by-step instructions for installation,
set up and operation. Please read the guide
completely before installing, programming and operating.
Note: Use only with three 1.5 –volt (AA) alkaline batteries.
SET AUTO MANUAL OFF DELAY
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Install three AA 1.5-volt alkaline batteries. Slide compartment cover back into place.
Check the timer periodically for low voltage. When the
battery power drops below the safety zone, the "Low
Battery" indicator appears on the display. Replace the batteries with new fully-charged batteries when this appears.
If old batteries are not replaced before they run out, all
controls will be disabled.
PM
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SET CLOCK TIME AND DAY OF WEEK
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Push the indented RESET area to erase the current settings.
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Push MODE button to select SET. The word SET will blink
to indicate that it is selected.
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Push CONFIRM button to begin the set mode. The word
CLOCK will appear to indicate the time/day setting is active.
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Push or button to select the current day of the week.
The day selected will flash.
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NOTE: If you choose to only water at intervals of every 2nd or 3rd day,
you cannot set specific days of the week for watering. When no button
has been pressed for 1 minute, AUTO mode will automatically switch on
to the programmed settings.
SET DURATION AND START TIME FOR WATERING
The Orbit timer allows you set the duration and start time for
watering in each of three watering cycles.
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CLOCK
CONFIRM
Push MODE button to select SET. The word SET will blink to
indicate that it is selected.
Push CONFIRM button to begin the set mode.
Push CONFIRM button two more times and NEXT button
once to move past the time/day setting and the watering
days. MINS TO RUN will show with two digits or "- -" flashing.
SET
FIGURE 2
CONFIRM
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Indicates the time to begin watering.
Indicates clock, start time and watering
duration.
Push to select or unselect a setting.
Push to confirm a new setting and
advance to the next setting.
Push to increase numeric setting or
advance a setting.
Push to decrease numeric setting or
retract a setting.
Push to cycle through the different
mode settings.
Indicates low battery, or that batteries
need to be replaced.
Indicates that the setting of the clock
and day of the week is in process.
Indicates which watering cycle is active
or being set.
One pinhole "Reset" button: Push to reset
all programs and settings.
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SET
FIGURE 1
SET
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KEY PAD AND DISPLAY
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Push or button to advance to the next day, or to the
2nd and 3rd day settings.
When chosen day(s) are flashing, push the () key to toggle
the rain drop (insert raindrop) on/off. The rain drop indicates
the day(s) chosen for watering.
When the watering days are chosen, push NEXT button to
advance to set watering duration.
FIGURE 5
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Indicates different mode settings for
programming.
Select to set day of the week, to set
clock time, to set watering day(s), to set
watering station and duration and to set
start times.
Select to use automatic watering mode.
Select to enable watering manually.
Select to suspend watering and turn off
all stations.
Select to postpone watering for up to 24
hours.
Indicates the number of hours remaining on the Delay.
Indicates current day of the week and
the set days for watering.
Indicates which days are selected for
watering.
Indicates the duration that each station
will water.
Indicates A.M. or P.M. for clock and
start time.
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PROGRAMMING
MODE
MODE
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5. Replace the timer cover.
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AM
FIGURE 4
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Push CONFIRM button to accept the day setting and
advance to set the clock time. The current time with
A.M. or P.M. will flash.
Push + or – button to select the correct current time.
Push CONFIRM button to accept the time setting and
advance to set watering days.
-MODE
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CLOCK
MODE
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CONFIRM
FIGURE 6
SET
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Push + or – button to set the duration desired for watering,
from 1 to 99 minutes.
Push CONFIRM button to confirm the duration and advance
to set start time.
There are three unique start times, or cycles, that can be
set: CYCLE A, CYCLE B and CYCLE C. Each cycle will appear
on the screen to specify which one is to be set.
CONFIRM
SET AUTO MANUAL OFF DELAY
FIGURE 3
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CYCLE
ABC
Push MODE button to return to Mode Selecting.
NOTE: When no button has been pressed for 1 minute, AUTO mode will
automatically switch on to the programmed settings.
MODE
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START
CONFIRM
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Push + or – button to set the start time for CYCLE A.
Push CONFIRM button to accept this time and advance to
set CYCLE B.
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Push + or – button to set the start time for CYCLE B.
Push CONFIRM button to accept this time and advance to
set CYCLE C.
Push + or – button to set the start time for CYCLE C.
Push CONFIRM button to accept this time and return to
Mode Selecting.
SET AUTO MANUAL OFF DELAY
MODE
NOTE: When no button has been pressed for 1 minute, AUTO mode will
automatically switch on to the programmed settings.
AUTOMATIC WATERING
Once watering days, duration and start times are programmed,
the Orbit® timer will begin watering automatically.
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Push MODE button to select AUTO. The word AUTO will
blink to indicate that it is selected.
Push CONFIRM button to begin the auto mode. The timer is
now ready to begin watering automatically.
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MODE
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When watering begins, MINS TO RUN will alternate with
the current time and day to indicate the time left on current
cycle.
In this mode, the unit executes any programmed schedule
or default schedule.
In this mode, extra (Manual) watering is ceased.
In this mode, Delay mode is canceled.
NOTE: When no button has been pressed for 1 minute, AUTO mode will
automatically switch on to the programmed settings.
MANUAL (EXTRA) OPERATION
The manual setting does not alter the automatic settings during
or after manual use.
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Push MODE button to select MANUAL. The words MANUAL
and SET will blink to indicate that they are selected.
Push CONFIRM button to begin the manual mode. MINS TO
RUN will show with two digits or "- -" flashing.
Push + or – button to set the duration desired for manual
watering.
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MODE
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CONFIRM
FIGURE 9
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Push CONFIRM button to start the extra watering with
selected duration.
As watering begins, MINS TO RUN will alternate with the
current time and day to indicate the time left on manual
cycle.
To discontinue the manual watering mode, push + and –
together, and extra watering will end immediately.
When the extra watering is finished, the unit will resume
auto mode.
DELAY WATERING
The Orbit timer allows you to delay automatic watering for 1-24
hours.
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Push MODE button to select DELAY. The word DELAY will
blink to indicate that it is selected. The unit will initiate a 24
hour delay.
Push CONFIRM button to begin delay mode. "24 Hr" will
blink and the word DELAY will appear.
While in off mode, the unit will continue to display current
time and day.
To discontinue off mode, push + and – keys together. The unit
will resume auto mode.
OFF-SEASON STORAGE AND
MAINTENANCE
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MINS
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FIGURE 11
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Push + or – button to change the hour delay within 10 seconds after pushing CONFIRM button to begin delay mode.
Otherwise, "24 Hr" and the current day and time will alternately blink and the timer will not accept a delay hour
change. If this occurs, repeat the previous three instructions.
Push CONFIRM button to confirm the delay mode for the
desired time.
LEFT will appear to indicate the time remaining on delay.
To discontinue delay watering, push MODE button.
SET AUTO MANUAL OFF
SET AUTO MANUAL
MODE
CONFIRM
OFF MODE
In Off Mode, all watering programs are inactive and no watering
will occur.
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Push MODE button to select OFF. The word OFF will blink to
indicate that it is selected.
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Push CONFIRM button to begin off mode.
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SET AUTO
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Turn the water off at the hose faucet.
Push MODE button to select MANUAL. The words MANUAL
and SET will blink to indicate that they are selected.
Push CONFIRM button to begin the manual mode. MINS TO
RUN will show with two digits or "- -" flashing.
Push + or – button to set the duration for 1 minute.
Push CONFIRM button to open valve and relieve pressure
to the timer.
After the valve closes, remove the timer by unscrewing the swivel couplings connecting the timer to the hose faucet and hose.
Clean and dry the timer and its valve connections.
Remove the batteries. Clean the contacts in the battery compartment. Apply new battery and terminal protection compound. If
the batteries show any sign of corrosion, discard them.
Store timer in a warm and dry place (avoid freezing).
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM/POSSIBLE CAUSES
Water does not turn on:
1. Programming is incorrect.
2. Batteries are too weak to operate valve.
3. Pressure is in excess of 80 psi.
4. Hose faucet is turned off.
5. Timer is in the off or delay mode.
Timer display is blank:
1. Batteries are dead.
2. Faulty display.
Timer will not operate manually:
1. Timer is in the off mode.
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