DIG EVO100 is a Solar Powered Hose End Tap Timer with a female thread inlet and male thread outlet. Power is derived via a patented, time-tested internal photovoltaic module and microelectronic energy management system that is fueled by the surrounding ambient light (solar).
After being charged, this efficient energy system provides enough power for the timer to function at any time, night or day, and in any weather with no direct sunlight required. This energy system also makes the timer environmentally friendly, functioning only on clean, renewable solar power without the need for a backup battery or AC power.
The EVO 100 features a large, easy-to-read LCD screen and simple icon-based programming with weekly or cyclical programs, four start times per day, durations of up to six hours, program delay of up to 99 days, system off, manual operation and a sensor wire connection to accept a rain sensor.
Watering duration: One minute up to five hours and 59 minutes set in one minute increments
Watering frequency: weekly or cyclical schedule with odd days, even days or intervals from 1- 30 days, utilizing a 365 day yearly calendar with leap year
In the weekly schedule, the hose end timer (tap timer) can be programmed to operate on any day of the week, such as Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
In the cyclical schedule, the hose end timer can be programmed to operate on odd days, even days, or at specific intervals such as every three days
Up to four start times per day in weekly or cyclical schedule provides added flexibility for any type of watering application
Rain off/delay option with automatic restart up to 99 days
Program off option stops program until reactivated
Manual cycle via the program with automatic shutoff option
Before programming, the EVO 100 will need to be charged for one to two hours in sunlight to get up to full power. Once its full though, as long as it gets around 10 minutes of ambient light per day, it will stay at full charge.