TAG: Irrigation Controller

Know your sprinkler precipitation rate

June 26, 2019By

Even with the advent of smart controllers, you can’t ignore irrigation fundamentals like precipitation rate read more

Hunter Industries unveils new decoder system

February 6, 2019By
EZ Decoder System (Photo: Hunter Industries)

Hunter Industries released its EZ Decoder System (EZDS), which allows for two-wire installations. read more

Rain Bird intros TBOS-BT controller

October 9, 2018By

Rain Bird introduced the TBOS-BT, a Bluetooth-enabled, 9-volt battery-operated controller. It allows users to wirelessly manage irrigation at sites without electrical power via a mobile app for both Android and iOS devices. “Like its predecessors, the TBOS and TBOS II, the TBOS-BT is ideal for commercial and municipal applications, like parks, street medians and roundabouts, as well as construction projects... read more

Smart Rain intros new controller and software platform

July 2, 2018By

Smart Rain, a partner of LawnButler, introduced a new controller and software platform. The company sells its products directly to property managers and contractors and uses a patented approach to predicative watering. Smart Rain’s controller is compatible with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular devices. It includes a 5-inch full color touch screen display and waterproof controller box. The controller is expansion-... read more

Hunter Industries reveals ACC2 Decoder controller

February 15, 2018By

Hunter Industries revealed its ACC2 Decoder controller. It comes with all the benefits of the ACC2 Conventional controller, but it’s expandable to 225 stations, Hunter Industries said. “For the ultimate reliability in large-scale commercial irrigation management, the ACC2 Decoder is second to none,” said Dave Shoup, product marketing manager for Hunter Industries. The controller’s two-wire functionality allows for flexibility and... read more

Rain Master launches DX3 controller

December 12, 2017By

Rain Master debuted the DX3 Satellite Central Control System, powered by Laguna software. “The new DX3 controller has a great user interface that allows the user to access data in the field,” said Brian Sherman, irrigation technician of Moorpark College in Moorpark, Calif. “Coupled with the Laguna central software, there are many features to help irrigation managers conserve water.” The DX3’s Laguna... read more