Long title huh? Anyway we are having a wet spring decided to start Memorial weekend early. The first pic is hooking to an Imperial. Since there is no constant 24 vac power source a zone has to be used to power the remote. In this case I've hooked to zone six with my blue/white wire and blue to the disconnected zone wire. Turn the wheel to zone six and I'm in business. I usually just do temporary hookups on Imperials. The next is one reason I try not to put all my electrical troubleshooting faith on the station master. I've hooked a clip to two separate zone wires and the good green light is on. I think it is a great tool for quick checks but I wouldn't completely replace the voltmeter with it. The last is a Hayes valve with a Peter Paul solenoid. When WM ruled Dallas irrigation if you couldn't or wouldn't become a WM installer, ( They used to have exclusive agreements with installers) one competitive response was to install components that made for a "better than WM system". This system had Imperial timer, Hayes valves, and RB diecast brass hipops.