HUNTER PRO-C IRRIGATION CONTROLLER NOTES & INSTRUCTIONS
• Normal position for center dial is in the “Run” mode.
• “Off” mode should be used when Owner wants system shut off.
• To change all run times on all stations, use the Up and Down Arrows to the left of the display screen (these are your seasonal adjust buttons). All run times are set and initially at 100%. If you use Up Arrow, it will increase run times; using Down Arrow will decrease run times.
• The system has a Rain Sensor. When the sensor is wet, screen will read “Off Sensor.” (The Rain Sensor does not measure precipitation amounts—it only senses if it is raining or not.)
• The run times are determined by the time of year (daylight hours per day, temperature, etc) and amount of precipitation received, and will need to be adjusted accordingly as conditions vary throughout the year.
• If water continues to run after the controller is off, you will need to turn off the water where it feeds the irrigation system and call us for help.
• If you would like to manually start your system, this can be done by rotating the center dial to “Manual All Stations” and then back to “Run.” This will run your zones as you have them programmed one time time through.
If an individual zone is all you need to run, turn the center dial to “Manual Single Station,” arrow Up or Down to the desired zone, and then turn the dial back to “Run.” This will run the zone you selected one time.
AFTER YOUR SYSTEM HAS RUN MANUALLY, THE SYSTEM WILL SHUT OFF AND YOUR NORMAL PROGRAMMING WILL RESUME. For example, if you normally run your system twice a week, but you need to manually run the system a 3rd time that week because of a lack of rainfall, to water fertilizer in, etc, once you complete the steps above to run the system manually, the controller picks back up with the twice-a-week schedule. NOTHING DELETES THE PROGRAMMING, AND YOU DO NOT NEED TO RESET IT.
• If you would like more detailed information please visit our website, click on the links page, and choose “Hunter Industries.” Go to the “Resources” page where they have more in-depth literature you can peruse.