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Monday, December 11th 2017, 4:29am

by mrfixit

If you go with the newer "no module" Pro-C or better known as the PCC, then make sure the wires are long enough to reach the terminals. A pro would know this. If there's plenty of play in the wires then it's your call. The PCC would cost less.

Sunday, December 10th 2017, 2:05pm

by JBS

Hunter Pro C Controller Issue

OK I got it to recognize all the stations. I ran the test propgram and
no errors. However only stations 1,2,3 will get voltage and run. I can
move all of the other station wires to a "hot" number one station and
get them to run, with the exception of station 10. Seem I have more than
one problem or the controller is wacky. Cause its not consistent.

Sunday, December 10th 2017, 8:18am

by Wet_Boots

Did you swap module positions? If you do go with a replacement, there are still controllers with no modules, including a newer no-modules series of Pro-C controllers.

Saturday, December 9th 2017, 12:30pm

by JBS

Old Hunter Pro C (2001) dosent recognize stations

I have done the reset.. I have unplugged the modules and re inserted them. I have unplugged the unit and left it unplugged for several hours.
I still only get stations 1,2,3 recognized.
I tested the
Transformer wires as follows. Ground and AC1 Get 0 voltage. Ground and AC2 get 27.1 Vs
I saw where one should test A1 A2 I did I get 27.1
Suggestions for further testing before i buy a new controller?