Irritrol RS1000 Wireless Rain Sensor Plus
Taking water management to the next level, the proven Irritrol RainSensor Series makes watering in the rain a mistake of the past. The reliable wireless and wired rain sensors conserve water by preventing irrigation during or after sufficient rainfall, while the wireless rain/freeze sensor also helps reduce vegetation damage and icing conditions when the temperature drops below a predetermined set point. With its compact design and host of convenient features, the RainSensor Series is the perfect complement to any standard controller.
- Wireless models Require less labor for the installer
- Constant communication between transmitter and receiver Assures that even after a controller power outage, the controller is continually updated with the sensor's (wet or dry) status
- Versatile mounting options Requires no special tools Quick-Clip gutter bracket and conduit adapter included
- Signal strength indicator
- Ensures correct installation, communication link and signal integrity (wireless models)
- Smart Bypass for easy system override
- Allows for temporary deactivation while automatically resetting on next activation (wireless models)
- Fully adjustable shutoff points
- From 1/8" to 3/4" of accumulated rainfall
- Dry-out rate adjustment for reset delay
- Allows for setting the ideal dryout time
- Patented wireless technology
- Unsurpassed by the competition
- Sensor type: industry-standard hygroscopic discs
- Rain sensitivity; adjustable nominal 1/8" to 3/4"
- Operating temperature: -20℃ F to 120℃ F
- Housing material: UV-resistant engineered polymer
- Wireless only features: - Transmission range: up to 500' line-of-sight - Battery: Two CR2032 3V cells, 5-year life (typical) - Frequency: 418MHz
- Receiver power: 22-28 V ac/V dc, 100mA (to be used with Class 2, UL-approved (transformer)
- Load rating: normally open or normally closed 3A @ 24 V ac
- UL Listed, FCC, CE, IC
- Transmitter: Height: 1-1/2" (3,8cm), Width: 1-3/4" (4,4cm), Depth: 3-3/4"(9,5cm)
- Receiver: Height: 1-1/2" (3,8cm), Width: 1" (2,5cm), Depth: 3" (7,6mm)
7 months ago
Don't try to fix them...you will just drown your lawn.
The system is working well again...thx again...good price, fast delivery.
7 months ago
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8 months ago
wireless rain sensor difficult?
I would guess that if you have a base receiver that accepts the transmitter pulses, then you should be OK.
However you need to check for component compatibility. Check with the manufacturer and read the instruction manual.
It's basically like putting a switch (that turns off when it rains) in series with the common return (ground wire) for the sprinkler valves. When it rains, the return circuit is open, so even though the clock is still cycling through its normal program, the valves are disconnected.
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