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Инструкция по эксплуатации Champion Manufacturing, модель R-120

Производитель: Champion Manufacturing
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Wiring Your Valves Use color-coded 18 gauge (16 or 14 gauge can also be used) plastic jacketed sprinkler wire to connect the controller to your valves. If you plan to bury the wire, use a route that will not be disturbed later by digging. Each valve has two wires. Use one wire for power and one for common, it doesn’t matter which one you use. Connect the common wires from all the valves to one of the color-coded sprinkler wires (usually the white wire). Connect the other wire from each valve to a single color-coded wire. Use moisture resistant wire nuts or grease caps to secure the connections Wiring Your Controller Remove the panel (PCB Board). Place to the inside of the door and secure with a rubber band or spring clip. Using a small screwdriver, attach the “C” common wire to a terminal marked “COM” 3 Attach the wire to the right side of the screw, under the clip, or wrap the wire around the screw before tightening. Attach the wire for zone #1 to the zone marked “V1. Attach the remaining zone wires in the same manner. Note: the zone wires come in from the top of the terminal modules. Caution: wire only one valve to each terminal to avoid damage. Water Champ controllers include universal multiple common terminals. If you are connected to one common, you are connected to all commons. Your white (common) wire only need to connect to one common terminal “C”. In any one of the terminal blocks. The additional “C” terminals are for your convenience, should you have common wires coming from multiple locations (such as front and back yard). PUMP START AND MASTER VALVE Attach the wire from the pump start relay or master valve to the “MV” terminal, the other wire to the common “C” terminal. To prevent damaging your pump in the event that the default factory preset program turns on, attach a jumper wire from any unused zone terminal to any operating zone terminal. This way, the pump will not operate against a closed system. RAIN SENSOR The looped wire must remain connected between the rain and OV terminal when a rain sensor is not in use. To install a rain sensor, remove the looped wire and connect on rain sensor wire to the rain terminal and the other wire to the OV terminal. UNDERGROUND SPRINKLER SYSTEMS There are three components of an automatic sprinkler system. The controller (brain), automatic valves (zones), and sprinklers. The controller tells the valves when, and how long to supply water to the sprinklers. Each valve controls a group of sprinklers known as a zone. Each valve is connected to a numbered terminal in the controller marked 1, 23, etc. for the zone number. The valves operate in numerical order within each program, which is called a cycle. Each program requires three basic instructions as follows: • What days to water – called Water Days • What time of day to water – called Start Times • How long to water – called Zone Run Time PROGRAMMING YOUR CONTROLLER Programs A, B, & C Your controller allows you to set three independent programs: A, B, and C. Each program can have its own set of start times, run times and watering days. Use these programs to satisfy the different watering needs of your landscape. For example, you may use program A to water the lawn in the morning every other day for ten minutes only in each lawn zone. Use program B for example, to water shrubs on Tuesdays and Saturdays for thirty minutes only in each shrub zone. Use program C for drip system watering for example, once a week for four hours and thirty minutes only in each drip zone. (When setting different programs, be careful to avoid setting a start time for one program that will begin while another program is still watering unless using SW2 (see page 9). Erratic operation of the controller may result from overlapping programs.) 4 Setting the Current Calendar Time, Month, Day, & Year Start programming your controller by setting the CALENDAR TIME (current time A.M. or P.M., MONTH [01 = Jan., 02 = Feb., and so on], DAY [day of the month], and YEAR [98=1998, 00=2000, and so on]). •Turn the rotary dial counterclockwise (left) to the TIME position. The display will read ’12:00 A.M.’ (for initial setting only). Set the current time by pushing the . or . button until the correct A.M. or P.M. time is shown in the LCD display. •Turn the dial to MONTH and set the current month. For example, ‘01’ is January, ‘02’ is February, and ‘12’ is December. •Turn the dial to DAY and set the current day of the month, one (1) through thirty-one (31). •Turn the dial to YEAR and set the current year, starting at ‘98’ for 1998...

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