Good Morning, Hockey Dad here… we have a NCD relay controller that turn on three electrical circuits at our complex–two lighting circuits and a scoreboard circuit. The system is off manually and all three circuits are turned on by a 4- button FOB, with three of the buttons operating each of the three circuits. All circuits (used to) go off at 10pm 7 days a week.
I accessed the NCD board via USB and ran the base station software. I was able to see that the board supports ProXR, reactor, and fusion. The time on the board was off by three hours and there were no events in the fusion taralist when in the run mode.
I read all of the documentation on the base station, reactor and taralist. Put teh board in program mode and attempted to program taralist to shut off each relay at 10pm 7 days a week. Now I lost the function of the FOB and the taralist does not work either. When I look at the board, I can see the FOB control light up when the FOB is pressed–so the signal is being received, but I must have screwed the programming up.
I also assume that the Reactor sensor software portion of the controller is the FOB. Is that correct?
In terms of the relays, I understand ProXR takes priority–the PC-- after that it is the reactor and the taralist. Since the lights are in a state of contstant off, and the taralist would run events once a day at 10p, does the program have each relay taralist controlled and the FOB just acts as a “manual overide” when we need the circuits on? or do the relays need to be “taralist or reactor.”
Any other help or guidance is appreciated. I am located 12 miles from Center City Philadelphia in South Jersey. If there are any contractors on the forum who specialize in this programming, please reach out , as I have a sneaky suspicion we will need to call in the pros.