Attach the blue wire to one SEN terminal and the white wire to the other SEN terminal. Typically COMMON wires are shared throughout irrigation system’s to save on wire. Typically it does not matter which of the two colored probes goes where, but for consistency purposes use the black probe for the C terminal and the red probe for the station terminal.
With the station activated and this icon showing; (icon). Checking Voltage at the Solenoid Use the same AC voltage reading on your volt meter as used on the controller. It is no coincidence that the solenoid has two wires and the controller had two screw terminals for you to test. Any party may terminate this EULA upon notice to another. In the event of termination, all licenses hereunder immediately terminate, and you agree to discontinue accessing and attempting to access the Licensed Site. Even though the system is low voltage it is still always recommended a trained professional perform these tests.
You may not assign or delegate this EULA or any obligations, rights, or duties hereunder. This EULA shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of the State of Minnesota applicable to contacts made and performed in Minnesota, but without regard to the choice of law and conflicts of law provisions thereof. With the station activated you sould have 24-28VAC. Note: Be sure that you have good contact with the wires when leaving the wire nuts on as pictured here.