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Hi, According to your problem you have done some incorrect programing in your pro-c . It may malfunctioned for a wrong program. Anyways reprogram it first. If you got the same problem again after reprogramming then it may need upgrade. For updating contact the nearest technician. Before reprogramming visit www.hunterindustries.com to get the manual and follow the programing rules and the sprinkler fundamental.
According to your problem you have done some incorrect programing in your pro-c . It may malfunctioned for a wrong program. Anyways reprogram it first. If you got the same problem again after reprogramming then it may need upgrade. For updating contact the nearest technician.
Before reprogramming visit www.hunterindustries.com to get the manual and follow the programing rules and the sprinkler fundamental.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
Hi, well from what you describe, it actually seems ..well.. er.. normal? see a Timer, is a pretty dumb device essentially.
we have a device, that enumerates time, and by selecting start and stop times, the unit, will essentially, wait, until a time period has passed and perform an action, either going ON or OFF.
Now the Overall function is to start at the beginning, and step through the sequence, until the last one is performed, and then... it will "loop" back to the beginning, UNLESS there is an "Overseer" program that then completely stops, or inhibits the timer...
So really that's all a timer can do, and that is to cycle through the programming sequence, and unless commanded to Stop, at the end of said sequence, then all it can do, is go back to the start and begin the sequence again. It would do this until it was stopped, by some "External" action, IE: Someone turns the power OFF.
So I believe that indeed you are doing everything correctly..
If you want the timer to do it's task Once and wait until "Asked" to do it all again, you would need another timer, wired in series with the power INPUT, that "Times out" after say 12 - 24 hours, whatever.
This then will completely turn off the 2nd Timer, and stop the entire cycle.
So you would need a Master Timer, hooked up in series to your Slave Timer. The master controls the entire "Period" with the 2nd Timer controlling the interval inbetween, at the end of the inbetween period, the whole system is shut down, waiting to be activated again sometime in the future.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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