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Hunter ACCU-SYNC 20 - 100 PSI Adjustable Pressure Regulator | ACCU-SYNC-ADJ

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Hunter ACCU-SYNC-ADJ Adjustable Pressure Regulator for Hunter Valve

Only Accu-Sync? adjustable model brings adjustable pressure regulation to any Hunter valve. The adjustable Accu-Sync enables the zone pressure to be customized from 20 to 100 PSI. All zones stay in tune with Accu-Sync.

Features / Benefits

  • Conservation Consistent pressure regulation means no more wasted water.
  • Ease Regulate pressure at the valve instead of individual sprinkler heads.
  • Speed No tools are needed for the fastest installation in the industry.

Specifications

  • Regulation from 20 to 100 PSI (1.4 to 6.9 bar)
  • Static pressure: 150 PSI
  • Height with solenoid: 3-1/4"
  • Length: 4-1/2"
  • Required static dynamic differential: 15 PSI
  • Works with AC and DC latching solenoids
  • Works with any Hunter valve

For Fixed Pressure Installation

  1. Remove solenoid from valve
  2. Install solenoid in Accu-Sync
  3. Install Accu-Sync in valve
  4. Adjust to desired pressure

 

Manuals and Literature

Installation Brochure
Brand:
Hunter
Weight:
0.1500
Series:
ACCU-SYNC
Type:
Valve Pressure Regulator
Product Type:
Valve Pressure Regulator
PSI:
20 - 100 PSI
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Best upgrade to my system
Added this to my main valve going to my lawn system and now I have better consistency in the pressure which gives me better control on how the lawn gets watered.
July 26, 2018
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1 year ago
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I am using these to limit pressure on some existing Hunter valves for drip zones.
David G on Jul 27, 2017
Accu-sync does not come in a 60 PSI model.
T A on Nov 24, 2016
I am using these to limit pressure on some existing Hunter valves for drip zones.
David G on Jul 27, 2017
looks like a nice easy option for adjusting pressure in-line.
J M on Feb 9, 2017
Accu-sync does not come in a 60 PSI model.
T A on Nov 24, 2016
looks like a nice easy option for adjusting pressure in-line.
J M on Feb 9, 2017
I tried to screw this pressure adjuster on a PGV-101 valve the way the directions show, and the adjuster hits the top of the valve when trying to screw it into the location of the solenoid. Do I need to disassemble the top of the valve to install the regulator? Thanks, Joe
A shopper on Sep 19, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Remove the solenoid by unscrewing it counterclockwise.
Then screw the solenoid into the regulator, all the way in until it 'locks' into place. You may need to hold the square part of the regulator to screw it all the way in.
If you have done this correctly then the solenoid will seem to be 'one piece' with the screws on the bottom of the regulator. (if you turn the solenoid while holding the regulator part still, the regulator threads (the male threads that screw into the valve housing) will move as if they are attached to the solenoid, and the regulator will be moveable (around the long axis of the solenoid) independent of movement of the solenoid.

So, when the 'adjuster' "runs into the valve", all you need to do is rotate it back counterclockwise, out of the way and continue to screw the solenoid-and-regulator-assembly into the hole the solenoid was originally screwed into.

The regulator body rotates freely in either direction, but only when the solenoid is completely screwed into the regulator, which is the first step after the solenoid was removed ( the "screw the solenoid into the regulator, all the way in until it 'locks' into place" step)
Is the Accu Sync necessary if you have a PGV valve with flow control?
Doug C on Oct 2, 2012
BEST ANSWER: The Accu Sync will fix the outlet pressure of the valve over a wide range of inlet pressures. The flow control is just a setting to limit the maximum opening of the valve. The downstream pressure can still vary with the flow control. If your supply pressure is already close to the recommended pressure for your sprinklers, you do not need a pressure regulator.

I have used the Accu Sync regulators in several applications and did not have good luck with them. I think the design of such a regulator has very limited applications since it is used in series with the solenoid. In my experience with the Accu Sync valves, they oscillated causing a lot of noise pipe vibration. Hunter technical support tried to address these situations, but they were never completely resolved. If you want to reduce the pressure for all zones in your sprinkler system, I would recommend installing a brass regulator at the supply. If you want to reduce the pressure for only one zone (for drip irrigation or other application) I would recommend one of the plastic inline regulators (Hunter, Rain Bird, DIG, etc...).
Can you install this to the mainline valve or to each zone valve?
Maurizio P on May 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You can either install at the main line master valve or to individual valve. This will depend on if you have different device emitter for example one zone is rotors and other are sprays. In this case rotors need 45 psi and spray need 30 psi in this case master valve regulated at given psi won't work perfectly for everything.
Is the Hunter Accu Sync ADJ necessary if you have a PGV valve with flow control?
Doug C on Oct 2, 2012
BEST ANSWER: You may not need the AccuSync to control flow, but I'm not sure I would trust the PGV flow control to keep the pressure down - if you're hooking the valve to a low pressure drip system, I would be worried about blowing it apart without some kind of pressure protection.
What is the warranty period for the Accu-sync?
A shopper on Jun 20, 2018