Can cycle from 1-16 irrigation solenoids on command from a box mounted switch or sensor, or via radio signal from a remote switch or sensor.
Has a unique customer specific sequence of valve duty cycles tailored for applications such as dust suppression or irrigation.
Has application for partial automation situations, for example where a petrol pump has to be started manually for frost atement but the sequencer manages the valve timings thereafter. Sensor triggered versions are available where the watering sequence is controlled automatically by an inbuilt or remote temperature sensor or soil moisture probe.
Can be solar powered for use with 2 wire DC latching valves or run from a 24v~ supply for conventional AC solenoids.
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Radio Links will turn problems into extra income for contractors, save money for plant maintenance departments, and give much greater freedom to electrical design staff.