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Weathermatic 420GLS RainBrain Wired Rain Sensor

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420GLS
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Weathermatic 420GLS RainBrain Wired Rain Sensor

Rain Sensor that is adjustable to the most popular rainfall settings.

Extra-long 7" in. aluminum bracket

  • Factory-set freeze thermostat
  • Sturdy all-weather construction
  • Adjustable sensitivity to rainfall
  • Each unit factory tested
  • Replaceable absorptive disks
  • Works with virtually all 24 VAC controllers
  • Meets all sensor ordinance requirements
Weathermatic 420GLS RainBrain Wired Rain Sensor

Product Details

  • Rain shut-off settable from 1⁄8" in. – 1" in. (3 – 25mm)
  • Tough UV-Stabilized plastic housing
  • Replaceable absorptive disks
  • No-Rust extruded aluminum bracket – mounts anywhere
  • The ul-listed watertight switch provides years of reliable service
  • Works with virtually all 24VAC controllers
  • Each unit factory tested
  • 35 feet of cable provided
  • Adjustable to the most popular rainfall settings: 1/8" in., 1/4" in., 1/2" in. and 3/4" in.
  • Tough UV-stabilized plastic housing, never yellows, lasts for years
  • No-rust extruded aluminum bracket mounts anywhere
  • The ul-listed watertight switch provides years of reliable service
  • Works with virtually all 24 VAC controllers
Google Shipping Label:
NON-MISFIT
Brand:
Weathermatic
Weight:
0.5500
Product Tag:
Low Cost Solutions
Sensor Material:
Plastic
Type:
Rain Sensor
Material:
Plastic
Sensor Connection:
Wired
Rain:
Yes
Average Rating:
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1 Review
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Works great
Took some adjusting but shuts down system when it rains.
August 31, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
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Why did you choose this?
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try a new unit
W J on Jun 6, 2018
It was recommended
F O on Aug 25, 2017
try a new unit
W J on Jun 6, 2018
not using my Weatnermatic SLW Weather station for anything but rain sensor.
When it quit working, decided to replace with simpler wired rain sensor,
Ron K on Aug 30, 2017
It was recommended
F O on Aug 25, 2017
It would be a good addition to the controller
V S on Aug 20, 2017
don't really need this.. already have a wireless one
P H on Aug 14, 2017
not using my Weatnermatic SLW Weather station for anything but rain sensor.
When it quit working, decided to replace with simpler wired rain sensor,
Ron K on Aug 30, 2017
It would be a good addition to the controller
V S on Aug 20, 2017
Can I purchase replacement cork pads for this?
A shopper on Jun 26, 2012
BEST ANSWER: The part is called: 420diskassy. It can be found online for about $6.70 ea. It contains the cap, plunger and disks
My rain sensor is not working,what could be the reason?
A shopper on Jul 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Check all wiring connections make sure the Dome is in a set position and not a neutral position if those things are correct it may have been hit by lightning. If you are using a weathermatic controller make sure the rain sensor is set to active
May I use this instead of the RFS5 wireless sensor on my Weathermatic PL1600 control box?
PapiG on May 29, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I purchased my over a year ago and still have not installed it, my rain switch is the one i purchased over 15 years ago it still works when it rains, but I'm in Southern California where we don't get much rain . If the PL 1600 has terminals (2) for a rain sensor (switch) it will work. Mine is installed on a 2 ft. mast above the roof
Will this sensor work with my hunter pro C clock?
A shopper on Jul 3, 2019
can I purchase replacement cork pads for 420 gls ?
A shopper on Oct 26, 2014
I thick I squirrel sat on it and the setting is ALL wrong now.
What setting should I have it on? (I live in Freeport, NY 115520)
how can I test it to make sure it is working properly?
Hector D on Jun 20, 2013