A Water Saving Device You Should Have.
Wireless Rain Sensor
There’s nothing more embarrassing, wasteful, or costly than an irrigation system that runs when it doesn’t have to… in the rain. A rain sensor shuts sprinklers off during a rain fall.
How it Works – Internal disks absorb water and expand proportionally to the amount of rain. As the moisture-laden disks expand, they activate a switch that interrupts the controller’s circuit to the solenoid valves. When dry, the disks contract and release the switch. Your system returns to its programmed water cycle.
- No wasted water.
- Savings on your water bill.
- No worries when you’re away.