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PAR ES Controller,Operation Manual,Introduction 1,Welcome to Rain Bird 1. Controls and Indicators 1,Programming the Controller 3. Programming Checklist 3,Power up the Controller 4,Clock Status Mode 4. Control Modes 5,Set the Clock Day Time 6,Select Start Day Method 6. Set Watering Start Days 7,Set Schedule Start Time s 9.
Set Station Run Times 10,Optional Station Switches 11. Controller Operation 12,Set Water Budget 12,Schedule Monitor 13. Manual Operation 14,Special Controller Functions 16. System Information 16,Station Limit 19,Decoder Controller Setup 20. Decoder Menu 20,Circuit Breaker Tripped Mode 30,Adjust LCD Display Brightness 30.
635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 2 12 20 2007 8 40 17 AM. Introduction,Welcome to Rain Bird,Congratulations on purchasing a Rain Bird PAR ES. irrigation controller The PAR ES controller electrically. controls up to 72 watering stations Each station can. control from one to four valves except for Decoder. Controllers where the maximum number of valves per. station is 2 depending on the decoder type, The PAR ES lets you program six different watering. schedules A B C D E and F for automatic operation, Schedules A through F operate their assigned stations. in numerical order Each schedule can have up to 12. start times per day,The PAR ES also has two Manual schedules M1 and. M2 that offer additional convenience and watering,flexibility.
All eight PAR ES schedules can run simultaneously but. a maximum of sixteen 16 valves including a master,valve can operate at one time. Controls and Indicators, This illustration shows the controls and indicators on. the front panel of the PAR ES controller,System Controls. Control Mode LEDs Show the controller s,current operating mode. Off Controller off no operation OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI. CONTROL MODE,Manual Allows only manual operation 3.
START ADVANCE,Local Stand alone operation mode 4 CANCEL CLEAR. controller responds to automatic or manual,5 A B C D E F M1 M2. starts at the controller SCHEDULE, MAXI Controller set to respond to a central PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. control unit STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS,START TIMES. Control Mode button Used to select the desired,SCHEDULE MONITOR.
2 START DAYS, controller operation mode WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL. WEEKDAY CYCLE,LCD Liquid Crystal Display screen Displays. 3 COPY STORE, controller information and prompts user for input COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION. Displays data for the function being programmed,or monitored. Start Advance button Manually starts a,schedule or advances to the next station in.
Cancel Clear button Cancels operation of a,schedule in progress or clears the time display. PAR ES Operation Manual 1, 635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 1 12 20 2007 8 40 18 AM. Schedule LEDs Light to indicate which of eight,6 CONTROL MODE. OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI,possible schedules is being programmed or. monitored START ADVANCE,CANCEL CLEAR,Schedule button Selects a schedule to start.
program or monitor SCHEDULE,A B C D E F M1 M2,Display Control buttons Allows the user. to select or enter data for the function being,programmed. Programming Controls,Station Run Times button Used to select. stations and enter their desired run time,Start Times button Used to program or view a. schedule s start time s PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. 1 STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS,Start Days button Used to program or view.
the days on which a schedule waters Works in 2 START TIMES. SCHEDULE MONITOR,START DAYS, conjunction with the Weekday Cycle button 3 WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL. Water Budget button Used to program or view,WEEKDAY CYCLE. 4 5 COPY STORE,a schedule s water budget percentage. 6 COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION,Weekday Cycle button Used to select either a. 7 Day Cycle or a Variable Cycle for a schedule,Copy Store button Stores displayed data into.
Copy Paste button Pastes a stored value from,memory into the function being programmed. Operating Controls,Clock Status button Used to view the Clock. Status screen PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. Schedule Monitor button Used to monitor the,STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. operation or status of a schedule 1 START TIMES,SCHEDULE MONITOR. START DAYS,Multi Manual button Used to select and 2.
3 WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL, operate stations in Multi Manual mode schedules 3 WEEKDAY CYCLE. M1 and M2 4,COPY STORE,COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION. Set Clock button Used to set the controller,clock s day and time. System Information button Used to set various,controller options such as LCD display language. valves per station satellite channel IDs and other. special functions For Decoder Controllers also,used to access Decoder Menu.
2 PAR ES Operation Manual, 635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 2 12 20 2007 8 40 18 AM. Programming the Controller, The PAR ES controller offers six automatic watering Programming Checklist. schedules A through F The PAR ES also has two, To program a schedule on your PAR ES controller for. Manual schedules M1 and M2 that can be manually,the first time we recommend that you complete the. started at any time,steps shown below in order For your convenience a.
These schedules let you customize your watering check off box is provided for each step. to meet the needs of different types of plants soil. conditions slopes sunny or shady areas watering Programming Checklist. windows etc,Select control mode Page 5, Programming is the process of telling the controller. exactly when and how long you want to water The Set clock day time Page 6. controller opens and closes each station s remote, control valves according to the information you Select start day method Page 6. program into each schedule 7 day week or variable, You will need to understand the following terms to cycle. successfully program your PAR ES controller Select schedule A F Page 6. Watering day cycle The period of days in which, the controller repeats the watering schedule you Set watering start days Page 7. set The PAR ES offers two different watering day Set schedule start times Page 9. I Variable method Waters on a daily interval Set station run times Page 10. from one to nine days e g every third day every,Adjust water budget Page 12.
fifth day etc Watering always occurs on the last,day of the selected watering cycle. II 7 Day Week method Waters on the days of the Set special functions as Page 16. week you select A 7 Day Week cycle lets you set required. a custom watering cycle in which any day s of,Set Decoder Addresses Page 20. the week can be a watering day,required in Decoder. Watering days The specific days of the week when Controllers only. watering takes place,Start time s The time s of day that the schedule. begins This is the time the first station in the,schedule begins watering all other stations then.
follow in sequence,NOTE The term start time refers to the time. that the schedule starts not to the time that,each individual station begins to run. Run time The number of minutes or hours and,minutes that each station runs. PAR ES Operation Manual 3, 635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 3 12 20 2007 8 40 18 AM. Power up the Controller, Verify that the PAR ES controller has been properly.
installed consult the PAR ES Controller Installation. Manual for installation and power wiring details,Make sure the PAR ES is connected to a working. AC power source of the correct voltage,Remove the pedestal front door and turn the. controller s power switch located on the top,right hand side of the OSM module s mounting. bracket to the ON position In decoder,Controllers switch is located above DIB Decoder. Interconnect Board,The front panel LCD will display PAR ES the.
total number of stations installed the type of,MAXI interface if any and System Self Test. immediately after applying power Each front PAR ES 16 LINK DISPLAY. 3 System Self test, panel LED briefly lights in sequence during the CONTROL. power on self test Decoder Controllers will,display Dcoder instead of PAR ES to indicate. DIB is detected NOTE There is a 10 second delay,during power up when DIB is installed. The PAR ES verifies that it is operating properly, and enters Clock Status mode displaying the Dcoder 16.
4 Mon 9 51 50,Clock Status LCD screen after completing its. power on self test Example of Stand alone,Controller with DIB installed. Clock Status Mode, Clock Status is the PAR ES controller s reset and default. LCD display mode The LCD display always returns to. the Clock Status screen whenever power is reapplied. or after ten minutes of inactivity on the front panel. OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI, To reach the Clock Status screen at any time press. 5 CONTROL MODE,the CLOCK STATUS button 2,START ADVANCE.
PAR 16 LINK DISPLAY,Thu 10 36 30,The Clock Status screen appears with line 1 of. 6 CANCEL CLEAR, the display showing the controller type the 3 A B C D E F M1 M2. total number of stations installed and the MAXI 1, interface mode e g two wire or link Line 2 PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. displays the current day and time in 24 hour STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. format e g 14 00 2 PM START TIMES,SCHEDULE MONITOR. START DAYS, NOTE If no MAXI interface module is WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL.
installed the MAXI interface mode will WEEKDAY CYCLE. be blank indicating it is a stand alone COPY STORE. controller COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION,The Schedule LEDs A M2 if on indicate. schedule s that are currently active,4 PAR ES Operation Manual. 635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 4 12 20 2007 8 40 18 AM. Control Modes, The Control Mode button lets you select any of the. PAR ES controller s four operating modes,Press the CONTROL MODE button to select the. desired Control Mode CONTROL MODE,OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI.
The selected Control Mode LED lights indicate 2,2 START ADVANCE. which Control Mode is currently active CANCEL CLEAR. Off Mode Off Mode prevents all watering,3 SCHEDULE. A B C D E F M1 M2,The controller will not respond to any starts. automatic manual or from a central control,unit Turning the controller OFF will also stop. any schedule currently watering after the LED OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI. flashes for five seconds You can use Off Mode CONTROL MODE. to suspend watering during rainy periods for START ADVANCE. system maintenance or for seasonal shutdown CANCEL CLEAR. Manual Mode In Manual Mode the controller,4 SCHEDULE.
A B C D E F M1 M2,responds only to manual starts and not to any. automatic schedule starts or central control,system MAXI commands Schedules M1 and. M2 are not programmable for automatic starts OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI. but M1 can be programmed to retain station run CONTROL MODE. times M1 and M2 can run up to 16 solenoids 4,START ADVANCE. valves simultaneously including a master valve CANCEL CLEAR. Additional stations will stack A B C D E F M1 M2,Schedule M1 lets you program each station. including a master valve with automatic,station run times and store that program in.
memory OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI,CONTROL MODE,Schedule M2 does not allow you to program 5. automatic station run times Run times for START ADVANCE. each station must be entered separately each CANCEL CLEAR. time you activate schedule M2 SCHEDULE,A B C D E F M1 M2. Local Mode stand alone operation Stand,alone means the controller will not respond to. any commands from a central control system, If you place the controller in Local Mode it will CONTROL MODE. OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI,respond to automatic schedule starts A F or 6.
manual starts M1 M2 but not to any central START ADVANCE. CANCEL CLEAR,control system commands,A B C D E F M1 M2. MAXI Mode Central Control If the MAXI LED,is solidly lit the controller is in communication. with the central control system and will respond,to central control commands If the MAXI LED. is blinking the controller is NOT receiving,communication from the central control and will. behave as if in Local Mode until communication,is established.
PAR ES Operation Manual 5, 635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 5 12 20 2007 8 40 18 AM. Set the Clock Day Time PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS, To set the controller s internal clock press the SET. 1 START TIMES, CLOCK button The LCD displays the Set Clock START DAYS. SCHEDULE MONITOR,WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL, NOTE The clock displays all times in 24 hour WEEKDAY CYCLE. time format e g 1 PM 13 00 4 PM 16 00 1,COPY STORE.
COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION,To set the current day of the week press the UP. or DOWN arrow buttons until the display shows,the correct day 2. To set the current hour press the RIGHT arrow, button Then press the UP or DOWN arrow SET CLOCK DISPLAY. Thu 10 36 30 CONTROL,buttons until the display shows the correct hour. To set the current minute press the RIGHT arrow,button again Then press the UP or DOWN arrow.
buttons until the display shows the correct,When the display shows the correct day and time. press the CLOCK STATUS or the START ADVANCE, button within 10 minutes to accept the time SET CLOCK DISPLAY. Thu 10 36 30 CONTROL,shown You may press CANCEL CLEAR to cancel. the time change and return to the Clock Status,NOTE The new time will not affect schedules. currently watering or any stacked schedules, All subsequent schedules will run based on OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI.
the new time CONTROL MODE,Select Start Day Method 5. START ADVANCE,CANCEL CLEAR, The WEEKDAY CYCLE button lets you set the Start Day A B C D E F M1 M2. method for schedules A through F manual schedules, M1 and M2 cannot start automatically The Start Day. method determines the type of watering day cycle for. a schedule,To select the schedule you want to program press. the SCHEDULE button until the desired schedule LED. Each schedule can operate in one of two available Start. Day methods,Variable Cycle Waters on a daily interval from.
one to nine days e g every other day every,third day etc Watering always occurs on the. last day of the watering cycle,6 PAR ES Operation Manual. 635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 6 12 20 2007 8 40 18 AM. 7 Day Week Cycle Waters on the days of the PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. week you select A 7 Day Week Cycle allows STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. you to set a custom watering cycle in which START TIMES. SCHEDULE MONITOR, any day of the week can be a watering day START DAYS. For example Monday Wednesday Friday or WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL. Tuesday Thursday Saturday etc 1,WEEKDAY CYCLE,COPY STORE. To select a Start Day method press the WEEKDAY,1 COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION.
CYCLE button The Schedule A LED lights Press,the SCHEDULE button if you want to program a. different schedule,With the desired schedule displayed press the UP. DOWN arrow buttons until the desired Start Day START DAY METHOD DISPLAY. method Variable Cycle or 7 Day Week appears 7 Day Week CONTROL. in the display You can now program watering,days for the selected schedule according to the. Start Day method you selected,Set Watering Start Days. The Start Days function selects the days on which a. schedule will water If you selected the 7 Day Week. Cycle you may choose any or all days within the week. If you selected the Variable Cycle the schedule will. water every day every other day etc up to every ninth. day Follow the procedure for the Start Day method 1. you selected,A B C D E F M1 M2,7 Day Week Method,PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS.
Press the START DAYS button The Schedule A,1 STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. LED lights To select a different schedule press START TIMES. SCHEDULE MONITOR,the SCHEDULE button START DAYS,WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL. The display shows the active days of the week,2 WEEKDAY CYCLE. days when irrigation occurs Line 1 of the display COPY STORE. alternates between listing the screen title and COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION. stating whether the selected day is ON or OFF In,line 2 of the display the cursor shows which day. of the week is selected When a day is turned OFF,that day no longer appears in line 2.
Press the LEFT RIGHT arrow buttons and the,3 START WEEK DAYS DISPLAY. 2 Sun T W T F Sa, cursor will scroll from Sunday through Saturday CONTROL. Press the UP DOWN arrow buttons to turn each,day of the week ON or OFF. Monday is OFF DISPLAY,Sun T W T F Sa CONTROL,PAR ES Operation Manual 7. 635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 7 12 20 2007 8 40 18 AM. If you want to use this same combination of, watering days in another schedule press COPY A B C D E F M1 M2.
STORE to store the information in memory Then, press the SCHEDULE button to select a schedule PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. and press COPY PASTE to paste the information STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. into the other schedule START TIMES,SCHEDULE MONITOR. START DAYS,Variable Cycle Method WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL. WEEKDAY CYCLE,Press the START DAYS button The Schedule A. 1 COPY STORE, LED lights To select a different schedule press COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION.
the SCHEDULE button,The display shows the current day of the cycle. and the total number of days in the cycle the 1,A B C D E F M1 M2. reset default is DAY 1 of 1 Days SCHEDULE,For a Variable Cycle you must designate which. 3 PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS, day of the cycle today is Press the UP DOWN STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. arrow buttons to scroll between 1 and the total START TIMES. SCHEDULE MONITOR, number of days in the cycle Remember irrigation START DAYS.
WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL,always occurs on the last day of the cycle. WEEKDAY CYCLE,Press the LEFT RIGHT arrow buttons to select. 4 COPY STORE, the total number of days in the cycle COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION. Press the UP DOWN arrow buttons to change,the number of days in the cycle. If you want to use this same combination of,watering days in another schedule press COPY.
STORE to store the information in memory START CYCLE DAY DISPLAY. 2 Day 1 of 1 Days CONTROL,Then press the SCHEDULE button to choose. another schedule and press COPY PASTE to, paste the stored watering day cycle into the new 3. START CYCLE DAY DISPLAY,Day 1 of 1 Days CONTROL,A B C D E F M1 M2. PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS,STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. START TIMES,SCHEDULE MONITOR,START DAYS,WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL.
WEEKDAY CYCLE,COPY STORE,COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION. 8 PAR ES Operation Manual, 635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 8 12 20 2007 8 40 19 AM. Set Schedule Start Time s, The start time determines when each schedule begins. watering You may assign up to 12 start times per day. to schedules A through F manual schedules M1 and,M2 do not accept automatic start times. Multiple start times let you run a schedule more than. once each day For example in an area with a steep, slope you may use several starts per day with short.
station run times to help prevent runoff and lessen. If the start time of one schedule overlaps an active A B C D E F M1 M2. currently watering schedule the second schedule, will be stacked to begin watering as soon as the first PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. schedule finishes STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS,START TIMES. NOTE The PAR ES controller always places START DAYS. SCHEDULE MONITOR, start times in chronological order from WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL. earliest to latest regardless of the order WEEKDAY CYCLE. they were entered COPY STORE,COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION. To enter a start time for a schedule press the,START TIMES button The Schedule A LED lights To.
select a different schedule press the SCHEDULE, If no start times are programmed for that schedule. line 2 of the display will read Start 1 If the SCHED START TIME DISPLAY. selected schedule has starts programmed line 2 Start 1 6 00 CONTROL. will show the first programmed start time and, line 1 will alternately display the total number of. start times set,Press the UP DOWN arrow buttons to change. the start number Start numbers scroll from start,number one to the first un programmed start 3. To reach the time display press the LEFT RIGHT,3 SCHED START TIME DISPLAY.
arrow buttons Press the UP DOWN arrow Start 1 6 00 CONTROL. buttons to change the start time Start times are,set in hours and minutes using 24 hour time. format e g 1 PM 13 00 To accept the start,time press the LEFT or RIGHT arrow button. You may continue entering start times for,4 A B C D E F M1 M2. additional cycles of operation as needed If SCHEDULE. you want to use the same start time for other PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. schedules press COPY STORE This stores the STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. start time currently on display into memory To START TIMES. SCHEDULE MONITOR, paste the start time into another start press the START DAYS. SCHEDULE button to select another schedule WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL. Then press the UP DOWN arrow buttons to WEEKDAY CYCLE. choose the start time number Then press COPY COPY STORE. COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION,PAR ES Operation Manual 9.
635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 9 12 20 2007 8 40 19 AM. To delete a start time bring up the unwanted,5 CONTROL MODE. OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI,start in the display as described in Step 2 Then. press CANCEL CLEAR to remove it The PAR ES START ADVANCE. SCHED START TIME DISPLAY, reorders the start times whenever mode or CANCEL CLEAR. schedule changes occur so there will be no 5,skipped start numbers and start times will always. be in chronological order from earliest to latest,Set Station Run Times.
You may set permanent station run times for schedules. A F and M1 schedule M2 does not accept permanent, run times You can set each station to run from one. minute to a maximum of two hours PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. Press the STATION RUN TIMES button The,STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. 1 1 START TIMES, Schedule A LED lights To select another schedule START DAYS. SCHEDULE MONITOR, press the SCHEDULE button WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL. Station 1 flashes in line 2 of the display To,2 WEEKDAY CYCLE.
program a different station press the STATION COPY STORE. SYSTEM INFORMATION,RUN TIMES button or the UP DOWN arrows. COPY PASTE,until the desired station number appears in the. display After selecting a station press the RIGHT,arrow button to move to the time display. Press the UP DOWN arrows to enter the, station run time in hours and or minutes up to STATION RUN TIME DISPLAY. a two hour maximum Press the RIGHT arrow Stn 1 0 11 00 CONTROL. button to accept the run time,To enter run times for other stations press the.
STATION RUN TIMES button or the UP DOWN,arrows to select a station Then press the RIGHT. arrow button to move to the time display Enter 3,and accept the station s run time as described in. STATION RUN TIME DISPLAY,If you want to use the same run time for other. 5 Stn 1 0 11 00 CONTROL,stations press COPY STORE This stores the. run time in memory To paste the run time into,other stations select the station and press COPY.
To manually start a selected schedule at any time,6 A B C D E F M1 M2. press START ADVANCE the controller switches SCHEDULE. to Schedule Monitor mode PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS,START TIMES,SCHEDULE MONITOR. START DAYS,WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL,WEEKDAY CYCLE. COPY STORE,COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION,10 PAR ES Operation Manual. 635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 10 12 20 2007 8 40 19 AM. Optional Station Switches, Station switches are an optional feature available on.
the PAR ES controller not available with Decoder, Controllers Station switches give you the option of. turning individual stations ON or OFF or letting them. water automatically depending on watering needs,Station switches are numbered consecutively 1 8. from the top of the first Output Station with switches. Module OSM S The second OSM S controls stations,9 16 and so on Each switch number is imprinted on. the OSM S to the left of the switch,To run stations automatically place the switch. in the AUTO position The station switch LED 1 AUTO OFF ON. remains out and the station will water for the run. time programmed into each schedule,To prevent a station from watering place the.
station switch in the OFF position The station 2 AUTO OFF ON. switch LED remains out and the station will not,water even if it has run time programmed into. any schedule, If a station needs extra watering place the switch. in the ON position The station switch LED lights 3 AUTO OFF ON. and the station begins watering immediately The,station will continue watering until you move the. switch back to the AUTO or OFF position,PAR ES Operation Manual 11. 635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 11 12 20 2007 8 40 19 AM. Controller Operation,Set Water Budget, The water budget feature lets you increase or decrease.
the run times of all stations on a schedule by a selected. percentage You can set the percentage from 0 to 200. in 10 increments Each schedule can have a different. water budget percentage,You can use water budgeting to cut back watering. during cool winter months or to increase watering,during warmer weather without reprogramming. station run times You can also use the 0 setting to. temporarily shut off a schedule, Water budget percentages are calculated on the normal. programmed run times for each station For example A B C D E F M1 M2. if a station is programmed to run for 10 minutes and SCHEDULE. you set the water budget to 80 the station will run PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS. for 8 minutes 80 of 10 minutes If you set the water STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. budget to 120 that same station would run for 12 START TIMES. SCHEDULE MONITOR,minutes 120 of 10 minutes START DAYS. WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL,Press the WATER BUDGET button The Schedule A.
1 1 WEEKDAY CYCLE, LED lights Press the SCHEDULE button to select COPY STORE. the schedule whose water budget percentage COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION. you want to view or change,The display shows the water budget percentage. for the selected schedule the default is 100 2,Press the UP DOWN arrow buttons to change. the water budget percentage in 10 increments SCH WATER BUDGET DISPLAY. from 0 to 200 100 CONTROL,If you want to use the same water budget. percentage in another schedule press COPY,STORE Then press the SCHEDULE button to select.
the desired schedule and press COPY PASTE to,A B C D E F M1 M2. enter the percentage into the other schedule SCHEDULE. PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS,STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. START TIMES,SCHEDULE MONITOR,START DAYS,WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL. WEEKDAY CYCLE,COPY STORE,COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION. 12 PAR ES Operation Manual, 635777 Rev B PAR ES operations manual 1of2 ENG source indd 12 12 20 2007 8 40 19 AM.
Schedule Monitor, You can use the Schedule Monitor function to monitor. the status of watering schedules In Schedule Monitor. mode you can start inactive schedules change station. run times stop the operation of active stations and. PROGRAMMING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS, delete or change the run times of manually started STATION RUN TIMES CLOCK STATUS. stations START TIMES,SCHEDULE MONITOR,Press the SCHEDULE MONITOR button The. START DAYS, Schedule A LED lights Then press the SCHEDULE WATER BUDGET MULTI MANUAL. WEEKDAY CYCLE, button to select the schedule you wish to monitor SET CLOCK.
COPY STORE,or change COPY PASTE SYSTEM INFORMATION. If the selected schedule is not currently running,No stns active appears in the display To start an. inactive schedule except M2 press the START,ADVANCE button OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI. CONTROL MODE,NOTE All automatic schedules A F START ADVANCE. SCHEDULE MONITOR,operate their stations sequentially Schedules.
CANCEL CLEAR,No stns active CONTROL,M1 and M2 operate up to 16 stations. simultaneously, If you select a schedule that is currently watering. the active station and its remaining run time, appear in the LCD The current run time can SCHEDULE MONITOR DISPLAY. be changed by using the UP DOWN arrow Stn 1 1 05 34 CONTROL. buttons this does not affect the permanently,programmed run time. To stop the operation of an active station and,begin operation of the next station in sequence.
press the START ADVANCE button if no stations OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI. are waiting to water all schedule activity will CONTROL MODE. stop START ADVANCE,SCHEDULE MONITOR DISPLAY,4 Stn 1 1 05 34 CONTROL. If you select a multi manual schedule M1 or M2,CANCEL CLEAR. that is watering the first active station and its,remaining run time appear in the display Use the. UP DOWN arrows to see run times for all active 5,stations To change a station s run time press the. LEFT RIGHT arrows to move to the time display SCHEDULE MONITOR DISPLAY. Then press the UP DOWN arrows to change Stn 1 1 05 34 CONTROL. the station s run time this is not a permanent,programming change.
If multiple,6 schedules are active their,corresponding LEDs will all be lit The selected. schedule s LED will be solidly lit Flashing LEDs OFF MANUAL LOCAL MAXI. indicate active schedules that are not currently CONTROL MODE. shown in the display START ADVANCE,SCHEDULE MONITOR DISPLAY. Stn 1 1 01 11 CONTROL,Pressing the CANCEL CLEAR button while in. 7 CANCEL CLEAR,Schedule Monitor mode stops operation of all 7. stations on the currently selected schedule,including any stacked stations.
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Rubric for BEHAVIOR SPECIALIST/ANALYST (BS/BA) Date Self-Assessment Evaluator Assessment Domain 1: Planning and Preparation 1a: Demonstrating Knowledge of Behavior Analysis Principles, Laws, Regulations, and Research To guide behavior change for clients (e.g., students, families, and educators who work directly with students), a behavior spec ialist/analyst (BS/BA) possesses knowledge of ...

Mindful Schools Program Evaluation

Mindful Schools Program Evaluation

Overall, 800 students participated in the evaluation.1 Of these, 227 students were in the control group, 297 were in the follow-up group, and 276 were in the PD group. Table 2 below shows the characteristics of the students in each of the three groups. 1 This number includes students who had complete Kinder Rubric data at Times 1, 2 and 3 ...