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How to Use Hunter Soil-Clik with Solar-Sync

When paired together, the Hunter Solar Sync and Soil-Clik make the ultimate smart irrigation solution for your sprinkler system.  Solar Sync adjusts run times for weather conditions and provides rain and freeze shutdown. Soil-Clik prevents unnecessary watering when the soil is still wet.

X-CORE, PRO-C, PCC

1. Connect Solar Sync to controller sensor terminal, as usual. If the Pro-C does not have the Solar Sync Settings on the dial, connect Solar Sync using the Solar Sync Module.

2. Connect Soil-Clik as shown in “Common Interrupt”. Do not connect to SEN terminals if Solar-Sync is present.


I-CORE (VERSION 3.0 AND LATER)

1. Connect Solar Sync to S1. If the I-Core does not have the Solar Sync Settings on the dial, connect Solar Sync using the Solar Sync Module.

2. Connect Soil-Clik white wires to S2 (or S3 in larger capacity versions).

3. With the dial at Set Sensor Operation, assign Solar Sync (S1) by program, and Soil-Clik (S2) by station.


ACC (VERSION 5.0 AND LATER)

1. Connect Solar Sync to ET terminals.

2. Connect Soil-Clik to S1, S2, S3, or S4.

3. With the dial at Set Sensor Operation, assign Solar Sync and Soil-Clik by program. The Solar Sync will be assigned to 2 sensors (one for Rain, one for Freeze)


SOIL-CLIKConnecting a Soil-Clik and a Solar Sync

When paired together, the Hunter Solar Sync and Soil-Clik make the ultimate smart irrigation solution for your sprinkler system. Learn to install the pair by interrupting the common wire instead of using the sensor terminals for use with X-Core and Pro-C controllers. When connected to an I-Core or ACC controller, both sensors can be connected to their own individual sensor terminals. The sensors should be configured at the facepack following installation.

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