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How to connect and program YOUNG26800 to Temprature, hemudity, pressure and rain gauge

Hi, I connected the sensors, and powered up, but I got no data from the sensors!!! I've read the instructions in the manual book of YOUNG 26800 and followed them. I don't know where is the problem? as I need to know! should I program the main unit?

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Model# 57874


Copy following links to identify timer manual and general wiring illustration:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#sprinkler
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/orbit-connections.jpg
Do not connect voltage directly to COM and Pump terminals... these terminals have their own 24Volt AC output when timer turns ON. When timer turns on, the 24V flows to Relay. This action will cause electro-magnet to pull two points together, and that will turn on the pump.
Same with the sensor terminals. Do not connect power to rain sensor terminals. The rain sensor plugs into outlet, and produces it's own 24V ac output. So when rain sensor activates, this cuts power to timer, and then timer will automatically bypass the watering schedule until rain sensor again resumes power output to timer.
Gene

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What does COM. mean


Copy following links to identify timer manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#sprinkler
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/orbit-connections.jpg
Do not connect voltage to COM and Pump terminals... these terminals have 24Volt AC output when timer turns ON. When timer turns on, then 24V flows to Relay. This action causes electro-magnet to turn on the pump.
Also do not connect power to rain sensor terminals. The rain sensor plugs into outlet, and produces 24V ac output. When rain sensor activates, then timer will automatically bypass the watering schedule until rain sensor resumes power output to timer.
Gene

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Circuitry from fuse box (220v) to timer and to sprinkler pump 220v


Copy following link:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-Intermatic-sprinkler-timers.html
240Volt requires 2 hot wires, but not additional neutral wire. Just cap the neutral.
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Inside-Main-Breaker-Box-12.jpg
http://waterheatertimer.org/See-inside-main-breaker-box.html
The rain sensor should have it's own power source (for example plug into outlet, or use 1 Hot and 1 Neutral to supply power to rain sensor), and then wires from rain sensor connect to two rain-sensor terminals located on timer.
Do not connect power directly the the rain sensor terminals.
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Ws 2800 rain not displayed


I tried this and it worked fine
FACTORY RESTART:
A Factory Reset will erase the connection between the Display and the Thermo-hygro sensor and allow a fresh connection to be re-established. It is recommended to have the display and all sensors 5-10 feet apart for this restart.

ENTER PROGRAM MENU
Press and hold the SET button until you enter the program menu. Press and release the SET button until you see 'rES oFF' flashing.

FACTORY RESET ON
Use the UP ARROW key or DOWN ARROW key to turn rES on.

CONFIRM & COUNTDOWN
Press the SET key to confirm and a countdown timer will begin counting down from 127. When the timer displays dOnE, you must remove the batteries from the display for 10 minutes

REMOVE BATTERIES FROM THERMOHYGRO AND RAIN
While the batteries are out of the display, also remove the batteries from the Thermo-hygro sensor and the Rain sensor. Wait 15 minutes.

GENTLY KEY THE WIND SENSOR
Gently key the wind sensor one time to activate the sensor.

INSTALL BATTERIES INTO THERMOHYGO AND RAIN
Insert fresh alkaline batteries into the Thermohygro sensor and Rain sensor make sure to check polarity with the markings on the battery cover and inside the battery compartment. Wait 2 minutes.

INSTALL BATTERIES INTO DISPLAY: Insert fresh alkaline batteries into the Display. Make sure to check polarity with the markings inside the battery compartment
15 MINUTES: Wait 15 minutes for the outdoor weather data to display. If the outdoor data displays dashes after waiting for 15 minutes, repeat the steps of restart.
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Hi there! I am having the same issue. It seems like every time that it rains a lot this happens. Check the battery though, the ground connection of my battery is wet every time this happen's. Check if the battery is damp or wet, that is usually what causes it for me. I am in the process of getting a cover for it, or putting electrical tape over it.

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sounds like temp sensor or connection to it

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Hi, W/D here.
The sensor or the wiring connection is probably at fault. Check first for a loose wire, or corroded connection at the sensor and clean to shiny and bright, then reconnect. Purchase a new sensor (sending unit), and replace. This is the second cheapest attempt(after checking the connection), and will usually correct the problem.
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1) There are different rain clik model numbers shown in manual
Open 24 volt Rain clik manual:
http://www.hunterindustries.com/resources/pdfs/instructions/domestic/lit358w.pdf
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Hunter-rain-clik-instruction-manual.pdf

2) The rain sensor has two wires.
And two additional wires are needed to run from rain sensor to sprinkler timer. For example, buy thermostat wire from local hardware store if wire is not supplied.

3) The rain sensor has a terminal block where wires are connected. .
Open manual above to identify markings on your terminal block.
For example Figure 1 shows SRC model, and with this model number, the rain sensor wires connect to terminals RS and C, and then two wires going to timer connect to terminals RS and and 1.

4) R8816P101C is 208-240Volt 24-hour irrigation timer.
Timer has two separate terminals for attaching rain sensor.

5) Timer power connections have 4 terminals. Do not connect rain sensor to power terminals.
Connect wires from sensor to the two sensor terminals.

6) Timer slide-switch must be set to ON position for rain sensor operation.
Sensor sends continuous 24Volts to irrigation timer.
When it rains, the rain sensor stops sending 24Volts to timer. Timer responds by not turning on power to irrigation pump.
To by-pass rain sensor, move timer slide-switch to off position.

7) Open following link for Intermatic replacement parts:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-trippers-and-parts.html#sprinkler

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How do you wire a Toro Rain Sensor 53769 to Intermatic Timer T8845PV


The rain sensor only connects to Intermatic sprinkler timer IF the timer has the rain sensor terminals.
Not all Intermatic sprinkler timers have that connection.
For example R8815P101C and R8816P101C have rain sensor terminals

I think the rain sensor terminals are located to the right of main wiring terminal block.
There are two screw terminals.

The rain sensor plugs into a power source, and then sensor wires connect to the timer.
Apply no voltage to the sprinkler timer terminals.

http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-trippers-and-parts.html#sprinkler

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My pressure gauge is broken, and it filled with water. Are they supposed to last a long time? What might have caused it to fail.


Pressure gauges last a long time. When a gauge fills with water, it is usually from an outside source, like rain or getting wet. A gauge can be purchased at your local hardware, just get the same pressure reading and the identical size threaded connection. Make sure there is no pressure in the system, unscrew the old gauge, put dope or tape on the threads of the new one and screw it in.
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