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an 120V electrical outlet. See Figure 5 5. Activate Battery One Lithium CR2032 battery (included) is required to retain the program in memory during power loss. Annual replacement is recommended. Remove the plastic strip to activate the pre-installed battery. (See page 12 for battery replacement) Note: The battery alone will not operate the valves in your sprinkler system. The sprinkler timer has a built-in transformer that must be connected to an AC voltage source. 6 24VAC SENSOR COM 1 2 3 4 5 6 Station 1 Strip wire Push in and tighten screw Only connect one valve to each terminal (station) or damage will occur Figure 4 Figure 5 24VAC SENSOR COM 1 2 3 4 5 6 Remove plastic strip to activate battery Connect the transformer here Section 3: Programming with Easy-Set Logic™ A note about multiple programs Your sprinkler timer provides the flexibility of using 2 independent programs (A, B). The programs are where you store all of your sprinkler settings. Each program consists of a group of stations set to specific start times and run times. Multiple programs allow you to run different valves on different days with different run times. While many applications only require one program (A), using multiple programs (A, B) can be useful for drip areas, newly planted lawn, or rotary sprinkler stations. Using programs to group stations with similar water needs will maximize irrigation efficiency.Certain transparent materials with a small concentration of neodymium ions can be used in lasers as gain media for infrared wavelengths (1054–1064 nm), e.g. Nd:YAG neodymium magnets Neodymium ions in various types of ionic crystals, and also in glasses, act as a laser gain medium, typically emitting 1064 nm light from a particular atomic transition in the neodymium ion, after being “pumped” into excitation from an external source Primary programming can be accomplished in just a few basic steps. Primary Programming Press the [RESET] to clear any previous factory programming 1. Set Date and Clock • Turn dial to [DATE/CLOCK]. • Press the [+/–] buttons to set the current time of day, then press [ENTER] or [ ]. Tip: To increase or decrease more rapidly, hold down either the [+] or [-] buttons until the display goes into rapid advance mode. • Press the [+/–] buttons to set am/pm, then press [ENTER] or [ ]. • Y/M/D will appear (blinking letter indicates selection). • Press the [+/–] buttons to set the correct year, then press [ENTER] or [ ]. • Press the [+/–] buttons to set the correct month, then press [ENTER] or [ ]. • Press the [+/–] buttons to set the correct date. • Press [ENTER] or turn dial to accept date. 3. Start time • Turn dial to [START TIME]. • Press the [+/–] buttons to select time you’d like your watering to begin. (time will adjust in 1 minute increments) The display will show 7 • Press the PROGRAM button to select which program you’d like to set. STATION is the area that will be watered by each valve. On this screen the RUN TIME or duration for each station is set. • Press the [ ] to select a station and press the [+/–] buttons to enter the watering duration for that station. • Press [ENTER] or the [ ] buttons to move to the next station/valve, and enter watering duration for each station. 4. How Often • Turn the dial to [HOW OFTEN] – this screen allows you to set how often to water. There are 3 options provided: 1. Days of the week (Mon, Tues, Wed, etc.) 2. Intervals (Every “X” number of days) 3. Odd or Even Days Please note that [START TIME] is the time of day that irrigation efficiency. Primary programming can be accomplished in just a few basic steps. Primary Programming Press the [RESET] to clear any previous factory programming 1. Set Date and Clock • Turn dial to [DATE/CLOCK]. • Press the [+/–] buttons to set the current time of day, then press [ENTER] or [ ]. Tip: To increase or decrease more rapidly, hold down either the [+] or [-] buttons until the display goes into rapid advance mode. • Press the [+/–] buttons to set am/pm, then press [ENTER] or [ ]. • Y/M/D will appear (blinking letter indicates selection). • Press the [+/–] buttons to set the correct year, then press [ENTER] or [ ]. • Press the

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