Weathermatic produces cutting-edge products designed to revolutionize the way you manage water resources. With Sprinkler Warehouse, you gain access to a comprehensive suite of irrigation controllers, sprinklers, valves, and weather sensors that work seamlessly together. When you choose Weathermatic, you choose innovation, sustainability, and reliability.
If you need help installing a Weathermatic nozzle or one of their signature rotors, Sprinkler School is the immersive, educational experience you wish you had growing up. From DIY videos to informational blogs, Sprinkler Warehouse provides the expertise and tools you need from start to finish. In this video, Water Wizard Dwayne Smith highlights the features of the Weathermatic T3 Rotor and how to customize it to meet your specific vision.
Each series of Weathermatic controllers can be program slightly differently from one another. Programming options range from current time/date, start times, zones run times, days to water, omit times/days/dates and a variety of manual settings. Each controller on the Sprinkler Warehouse website offers specific programming directions on the product pages.
Resetting the sprinkler system is done at the controller level and may be different depending on the model. Generally you will need to locate the controller and use the controller menu to clear the previous settings and verify that the reset is complete. The SL800 requires you to unplug the power source while the Smartline models only require the adjustment of menu settings.
Your SmartLine controller has two operating modes: BASIC mode or Weathermatic’s patented SMART mode. The BASIC mode uses user assigned zone run times. The SMART mode overrides user assigned zone run times and calculates zone run times based on the location of the site, inputs by zone, and weather readings from the SLW Weather Sensor. Smart watering calculates the landscape’s daily water loss, and schedules the correct amount of irrigation to replace the loss.