Orbit Sprinkler Timer Manual PDF - Overview
Orbit Sprinkler Timer Manual PDF in high quality, It is also translated in Spanish language. This PDF contains manual for the model number 27894, 27896, 27892, 27999, 28566, 28568, 57567, 57894, 57896, 57899, 5790. It consist of five section, simple programming and setup are combined with the latest timer technology and versatility with your Orbit Sprinkler Timer.
Orbit Sprinkler Timer Manual provides convenience and flexibility, letting you run a fully automatic, a semi-automatic, or a manual watering program for all your watering needs. Although this timer is so easy to program that you likely will not need instructions, we recommend that you read this manual fully before installation so that you understand all of the advanced features.
Orbit Sprinkler Timer Manual
Contents of Orbit Sprinkler Timer Manual
- Section 1: Get to know your timer
- Section 2: Installation
- Section 3: Programming with Easy-Set Logic
- Section 4: Additional Features
- Section 5: Reference
Orbit Sprinkler Timer Manual – Section 1: Get to know your timer
- Lock and latch
- Weather Resistant Cover
- Digital Display
- Battery Compartment
- Swing Door panel
Orbit Sprinkler Timer Manual – Section 2: Installation
- Phillips Screwdriver
- Wire Strippers
- Select a Location
- Mount the Timer
- Connect Valve Wires to Timer
- Connect Electrical Power
- Activate Battery
Section 3: Programming with Easy-Set Logic
- Set Clock
- Set Date
- Start time
- Run Time
- How Often
Section 4: Additional Features
- Manual Watering
- Rain Delay
- Water Budgeting
- Connecting a Rain Sensor
- Rain Sensor Bypass
- Pump Start & Master Valve
- Replacing the Battery
Section 5: Reference
- Start Time – The time the program begins watering the first programmed station.
- Valve – Supplies water to a specific station or area. The opening and closing of the valve is accomplished through electrical current supplied by the sprinkler timer.
- Master Valve – Typically located at the main water source. Turns on and off water for the entire irrigation system when not in use.
- Multiple Start Times – A controller feature that allows a program to be operated multiple times on the same watering day.
- Overlapping Programs – When a “Start Time” is set for a program before the previous program has completed.
- Program (A, B, OR C) – Individual programs as set by the user. Each program operates independently. If one program overlaps the other the programs will be “stacked.” After the first program finishes the next program will begin.
- Rain Delay – A feature that postpones the running of a scheduled watering program for a specific duration.
- Solenoid – The electrical part on an irrigation valve that opens and closes the valve.
- Sprinkle Timer – A device which instructs the station valves to operate.
- Station – A grouping of sprinklers operated by a single valve which is controlled by the timer.
- Watering Budgeting – Adjusts your overall watering program as a percentage of total watering duration.