Wireless - FCC ID

2y ago
31 Views
3 Downloads
1.32 MB
20 Pages
Last View : Today
Last Download : 4m ago
Upload by : Axel Lin
Transcription

WirelessRAINLIK SensorTMRain Sensor Shutoff for Automatic Irrigation SystemsOwner’s Manual and Installation InstructionsWR-CLIK Wireless Rain-ClikWRF-CLIK Wireless Rain/Freeze-Clik

TABLE OF CONTENTSFeatures. 3Wireless Rain-Clik Components. 4Mounting the Receiver. 7Adjustments and Operation. 12FCC Notice. 16FCC Declaration of Conformity. 17Industry of Canada Notice. . 18CE & Australia Notice . 19

FEATURES.Wireless Rain-Clik sensors attach quickly andeasily to your controller. Wireless Rain-Clik features include: Quick Response unique technology that turnsoff the irrigation system immediately – not afterit has accumulated a fixed amount of rain. Nocalibration is required. Maintenance-free design provides trouble-freeoperation for up to ten years. There are nobatteries to replace. Wireless operation up to 800 ft. (275m)No wires are required between the rain sensorand controller. Two models available:Wireless Rain-Clik (WR-CLIK) acts as aswitch to deactivate automatic watering of yourirrigation controller when it rains. Once rain hasstopped and the sensor has dried out, automatic irrigation will resume.Wireless Rain/Freeze-Clik (WRF-CLIK)the Wireless Rain/Freeze-Clik includes a freezesensor that is designed to keep the irrigationsystem from operating when temperatures dropto 37 F or below. When temperatures rise above37 F, the sensor will enable automatic watering.Automatic Synchronization – the WirelessRain-Clik transmitter will send wirelesssignals every hour to the receiver to assurethat the sensor and receiver are continuouslysynchronized.Lost Communication/Battery StatusIndication – the Sensor Bypass LED will flashRED if the receiver has not received a signalfrom the transmitter. This can indicate a low ordead battery.3

WIRELESS RAIN-CLIK COMPONENTS.Wireless Rain-Clik Transmitter1. Manual Test Spindle – press and holdthe manual test spindle to confirm properoperation of your transmitter.2. Vent Ring – used to adjust the reset rate ordry out time for the sensors. Opening thevents will decrease the reset rate, whileclosing the vents will increase the time ittakes for the discs to dry out.21Vents43. Radio Antenna – transmits a wireless signalto the receiver up to 800 ft. (275m) It isrecommended that the antenna be orientedvertically.44. Mounting Arm –metal extension armfor mounting thesensor.5. Battery StatusLED – used to3determine thestatus of the sealedbattery. Pushing5the manual testspindle will flashthe LED lightindicating thatthe battery isgood.

Wireless Rain-Clik Receiver1. Bypass Button – allows automatic ormanual watering when the sensor is active.2. Sensor Bypass LED – indicates whensensor has been bypassed.3. Sensor Status LED – used to indicate thestatus of the sensor.4. Radio Antenna – receives a wirelesssignal from the transmitter up to 800 ft.(275m) It is recommend that the antennabe oriented vertically.5. AC Power Wires – the two yellow wiresare attached to a 24 VAC source fromthe controller.42SENSOR BYPASSSENSOR STATUS1Red light indicatessensor is bypassedGREEN Sensor is dryRED Sensor is wet3Press to bypass, pressagain to re-enableRAIN SENSOR BYPASS5Yellow to 24 VAC Power6BlueWhiteOrangeBlue/White wires to normallyclosed sensor terminalsOrange/White wires to normallyopen sensor terminals5

WIRELESS RAIN-CLIK COMPONENTS (continued).6. Sensor Wires (See page 5) – the sensorwires are attached to either the sensorterminals in the controller or in-line withthe valve common wire.Blue/White Wires (used for normallyclosed sensor applications)Blue/Orange Wires (used for normallyopen sensor applications)7. Rubber Cover – used to protect thereceiver when mounted in outdoorlocations.76

MOUNTING THE RECEIVER.Using the hardware supplied, mount thereceiver to the wall next to the irrigationcontroller. It is recommended that the receiverbe installed away from sources of electricalinterference and metal objects to maximizecommunication range. Extend and straightenthe antenna upward. Make sure to attachthe rubber cover under the receiver wheninstalling the receiver in an outdoor location.Wiring the Receiver to a Hunter SRC1. Attach the two yellow wires to theAC terminals.2. Attach the blue wire to the RS terminal.3. Attach the white wire to the C terminal.4. Attach the valve common wire to theRS terminal.Wiring the Receiver to your ControllerSENSOR BYPASSWarning: This unit isdesigned to be installed inconjunction with 24 VACcircuits only. Do not use with110 or 220 VAC circuits.SENSOR STATUSRed light indicatessensor is bypassedGREEN Sensor is dryRED Sensor is wetAC ACRRSC123Press to bypass, pressagain to re-enableRAIN SENSOR BYPASSYYBWOCommon Wireto all ValvesUsed for normally opensensor applications7

MOUNTING THE RECEIVER (continued).Wiring the Receiver to a Hunter XC,Pro-C, ICC, I-CORE and ACC1. Remove the sensor jumper across the twoSEN terminals in the controller.2. Attach the two yellow wires to the 24VAC terminals.3. Attach the blue wire to one SEN terminaland the white wire to the other SENterminal.Wiring the Receiver to Other Controllers:Normally Closed Sensor Applications1. Attach the two yellow wires to the 24VAC terminals.2. Attach the blue and white wire to thesensor terminals (if available) or in-linewith the valve common wire.CP MVBWSENSENSOR BYPASSSENSOR STATUSRed light indicatessensor is bypassedC P MV AC ACGREEN Sensor is dryRED Sensor is wetPress to bypass, pressagain to re-enableSENRAIN SENSOR BYPASSTESTSENSOR BYPASSRed light indicatessensor is bypassedSENSOR STATUSGREEN Sensor is dryRED Sensor is wetPress to bypass, pressagain to re-enableYRAIN SENSOR BYPASSYREMWACBACG8YYOCommon Wireto all ValvesUsed for normallyopen sensorapplications

Normally Open Sensor Applications1. A few controllers on the market requirenormally open rain sensors. To attachthe receiver to this type of controller,attach the blue and orange wire to thesensor input.Controllers with 24 VAC solenoids anda booster pump1. Locate the common wire to the solenoidvalves and the common wire to the pumprelay. If these two wires are connected tothe “common” terminal on the controller,disconnect both of them.2. Twist together these wires along with oneof the wires from the Wireless Rain-Clik and secure with a wire nut.3. Attach the other wire from theWireless Rain-Clik receiver to the“common” terminal on the controller.PumporAC AC MV C1234SENSOR BYPASSSENSOR STATUSRed light indicatessensor is bypassedGREEN Sensor is dryRED Sensor is wetPress to bypass, pressagain to re-enableLine-InRAIN SENSOR BYPASSYYWBNormallyOpen RelayCommonWire to AllValvesSolenoidValvesLine-Out (to Pump)Note: The pump circuit output must be24 VAC. Do not proceed if 115 VAC.9

MOUNTING THE TRANSMITTER.10Standard MountingGutter Mounting (Optional)Using the screwsprovided with yoursensor, mount thetransmitter on anysurface where itwill be exposedto unobstructedrainfall, but notin the path ofsprinkler spray.The sensor shouldStandard Mountbe oriented upright(as pictured), but the swivel bracket can be movedfor mounting on any angled surface. Loosen thelocknut and screw before swiveling the bracket, andthen re-tighten.The sensor gutterSGMmount can bepurchased as anoptional accessoryfor your WirelessRain-Clik (orderp/n SGM). TheSGM allows thetransmitter to bemounted directlyto the edge ofGutter Mounta gutter. Installthe SGM on the transmitter by removing themetal extension arm supplied with your sensorand reinstalling the SGM. Position the guttermount on the edge of the gutter and twist thethumbscrew to secure it in place.

Hints for mounting the transmitterA. Choose a location such as the sideof a building or post. The closer thetransmitter is to the receiver, the better thereception. Do not exceed 800 ft (275 m).B. To assure maximum range incommunication, mount the receiverand transmitter away from sources ofelectrical interference (i.e. control panels,transformers, etc.) or metal objects.Best performance is obtained when nophysical obstruction is between thetransmitter and receiver.C. Correct placement of the WirelessRain/Freeze-Clik model is important foraccurate temperature sensing. The bestlocation would be out of direct sunlight.D. The reset rate refers to the amount oftime it takes for the sensor to dry outsufficiently for the sprinkler system to beallowed to come back on. The mountinglocation will affect this rate. For example,mounting the transmitter in a very sunnylocation may cause the sensor to dry outsooner than desired. Similarly, mountingthe sensor in constant shade may keep thesensor from drying out sooner.11

ADJUSTMENTS AND OPERATION.Transmitter OperationSENSOR BYPASS LED:There is nothing to set up with theWireless Rain-Clik .Receiver OperationThe receiver has two LED lights that indicatethe state of the system.SENSOR STATUS LED:RED – sensor iswet (wateringdisabled)GREEN – sensordry (wateringenabled)YELLOW –sensor is inaddressing mode12RED – rain sensor is bypassed (eventhough the sensor is bypassed, theSTATUS LED will continue to alert you ofthe state of the sensor (wet or dry).OFF – rain sensor is enabled.FLASHING RED – indicates thatcommunication between the transmitterand receiver was lost.Note: When you first apply power to theSENSOR BYPASSRed light indicatessensor is bypassedSENSOR STATUSGREEN Sensor is dryRED Sensor is wetPress to bypass, pressagain to re-enableRAIN SENSOR BYPASSreceiver, the SENSOR STATUS LED will beRED. Press the manual test spindle on thetransmitter for 5 seconds and release thespindle. The SENSOR STATUS LED will turnGREEN indicating proper operation.

Bypassing the SensorThe sensor may be bypassed by using thebuilt in bypass feature on the receiver. Tobypass the sensor, press the SENSOR BYPASSbutton on the receiver. The bypass status lightwill turn red when the sensor is bypassed.Pressing the SENSOR BYPASS button againwill re-enable the sensor and the sensorbypass light will go out.Setting the Transmitter Address atthe ReceiverNote: Units purchased as a kit will alreadyhave their communication address preset.No addressing is necessary, however, if thereceiver or transmitter is replaced you needto reset the address.Each transmitter is produced with a uniqueaddress. A receiver must learn this address towork with that transmitter. This step is onlynecessary if transmitters and receivers arepurchased separately.13

ADJUSTMENTS AND OPERATION (continued).1. Prior to applying power (yellow wires) tothe receiver, press and hold the bypassbutton on the receiver.2. While the bypass button is depressed,apply power to the receiver. The sensorstatus indicator light should light upyellow indicating that the receiver is readyto learn a new address.3. Press and hold the quick response buttonon the transmitter.4. Within 4 seconds, the receiver’s sensorstatus indicator light should turn red.The receiver has now learned the addressand it will be retained even in the event of apower outage.5. Release the button on the transmitter.The sensor status indicator light shouldturn green.14Battery LifeThe Wireless Rain-Clik transmitter isdesigned to operate up to ten years withit’s sealed, maintenance-free battery. Thetransmitter is available as a replacement part.(WRC-TR) Should you need to change thetransmitter, the receiver will have to learn thenew transmitter address.To check the status of the battery inthe transmitter:1. Press and hold the quick responsespindle at the top of the sensor.LED Light

2. Within a few seconds the LED light on thebottom of the sensor will briefly flash.3. Release the spindle and the LED light willflash again. If the LED flashes, the batteryin the transmitter is good.If you are experiencing problems with yourWireless Rain-Clik sensor, follow thesesimple checks first before assuming the unit isdefective and replacing it.System will not come on at all:A. Check to make sure that the sensor discsare dry and the switch “clicks” on and offfreely by pressing the top of the spindle.B. Look for breaks in the wire leading to thereceiver and check all connections.C. Verify outside air temperature .(for Rain/Freeze-Clik installations).System will not shut off even afterheavy rainfall:A. Remove the sensor jumper across the twoSEN terminals.B. Check to make sure that rainfall is hittingthe sensor.C. Look for breaks in the wire leading to thereceiver and check all connections.D. Check the battery in the transmitter(See page 14).Sensor Bypass LED is flashing red:A. Check that the battery in the transmitteris good (See page 14).B. Check for obstructions around thetransmitter or receiver antennae.15

FCC NOTICE.Sensor FCC ID:M3UWRCEThis device complies with FCC rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:1. This device may not cause harmful interference and2. T his device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesiredoperation.This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for class B digital devices, pursuantto part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmfulinterference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequencyenergy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interferenceto radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particularinstallation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, whichcan be determined by turning the equipment on and off, the user is encouraged to try to correct theinterference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help16The user is cautioned that changes and modifications made to the equipment without the approval of themanufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

FCC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY.TRADE NAMEMODEL NUMBERCOMPLIANCE TEST REPORT NUMBERCOMPLIANCE TEST REPORT DATERESPONSIBLE PARTYADDRESSTELEPHONEWireless Rain/Freeze-ClikWR-Clik-RB00217D3Jan. 29, 2010Hunter Industries Incorporated1940 Diamond St., San Marcos CA 92078760-744-5240This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for class B digital devices, pursuantto part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmfulinterference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequencyenergy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interferenceto radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particularinstallation.17

FCC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY (continued).If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, please refer to you user’smanual for instructions on correcting the problem.I the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms to the above requirements.Signature:Place: San Marcos, CAFull Name: Peter WoytowitzDate: March 18, 2010Position: Engineering ManagerINDUSTRY OF CANADA NOTICE.Sensor - IC:2772A-WRCE.Receiver - IC:2772A-WRCEROperation is subject to the following two conditions:This device may not cause harmful interference and This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesiredoperation.

CE & AUSTRALIA NOTICE.Hunter Industries hereby declares that this remote control device is in compliance with the essentialrequirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/CE.Declaration of Conformity: We, Hunter Industries Incorporated, 1940 Diamond Street, San Marcos, CA92078, declare under our own responsibility that the Wireless Rain/Freeze-Clik, model numbers WR-Clik-TR,WRF-Clik-TR and WR-Clik-R, to which this declaration refers, conforms with the relevant standards:Emissions: ETSI EN 300 220-1 V2.1.1.ETSI EN 300 220-2 V2.1.1.ETSI EN 301 489-1 (per EN55022).EN 61000-3-2.EN61000-3-3Immunity: ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.4.1 .(per IEC61000-4-2 through IEC61000-4-6, .and IEC61000-4-11)Signature:Place: San Marcos, CAFull Name: Peter WoytowitzDate: March 18, 2010Position: Engineering Manager19

Hunter Industries Incorporated The Irrigation Innovators1940 Diamond Street San Marcos, California 92078www.hunterindustries.com 2010 Hunter Industries IncorporatedP/N 71518223-594B03/10

SENSOR STATUS SENSOR BYPASS Press to bypass, press again to re-enable GREEN Sensor is dry RED Sensor is wet Red light indicates sensor is bypassed RAIN SENSOR BYPASS Blue/White wires to normally closed sensor terminals Orange/White wires to normally open sensor terminals 2 3 5 6 4 1 5 Wireless Rain

Related Documents:

The magnetic moments of the fcc/fcc, hcp/hcp twin and fcc/hcp twin-like boundaries in cobalt were investigated by first-principles calculations based on density functional theory. The magnetic moments in fcc/fcc were larger than ofthose the bulkfcc, while the variations in the magnetic moment were complicated in hcp

E-rate Productivity Center Requesting services (FCC Form 470) Competitive bidding process Ordering services (FCC Form 471) Application review and funding commitments Begin receiving services (FCC Form 486) Invoicing USAC (FCC Form 472 and FCC Form 474)

TRENDnet’s AC1750 Dual Band Wireless Router, model TEW-812DRU, produces the ultimate wireless experience with gigabit wireless speeds. Manage two wireless networks—the 1300 Mbps Wireless AC band for the fastest wireless available and the 450 Mbps Wireless N ba

Open Intel PROSet/Wireless Click to start Intel PROSet/Wireless when Intel PROSet/Wireless is your wireless manager. If you select Use Windows to manage Wi-Fi from the Taskbar menu, the menu option changes to Open Wireless Zero Configuration and Microsoft Windows XP Wireless Zero Configuration Service is used as your wireless manager. When

Wireless AC3200 Tri Band Gigabit Cloud Router Wireless AC3150 Ultra-WiFi Gigabit Cloud Router Wireless AC1900 Gigabit Cloud Router Wireless AC1750 Gigabit Cloud Router Wireless AC1750 High-Power Gigabit Router Wireless AC1200 Gigabit Cloud Router Wireless Technology Tri Band Wireless AC (5300

Wireless# Guide to Wireless Communications Chapter 1 Introduction to Wireless Communications . Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) - Extension of a wired LAN Connecting to it through a device called a wireless . network Each computer on the WLAN has a wireless network interface card (NIC) - With an antenna built into it .

Open Intel PROSet/Wireless Click to start Intel PROSet/Wireless when Intel PROSet/Wireless is your wireless manager. If you select Use Windows to manage Wi-Fi from the Taskbar menu, the menu option changes to Open Wireless Zero Configuration and Microsoft Windows XP Wireless Zero Configuration Service is

W2E2 Wireless Women for Entrepreneurship & Empowerment W3C World Wide Web Consortium W4C Wireless for Communities WAS Wireless Access System W-CDMA Wideband Code Division Multiple Access WCN Wireless community networks Wi-Fi Wireless Fidelity WiMAX Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access WLAN Wireless local area network WLL Wireless in .