TORO EVO-SC-Smart Connect Plug-in Receiver
The Toro Evolution Smart Connect is an optional device that plugs into the timing mechanism, enabling it to wirelessly communicate directly with a number of add-on devices including a Weather Sensor (Evo-WS), Handheld remote (Evo-HH), multiple soil sensors (PSS-SEN) and up to 2 wireless relays.
- Receivers Power from Controller
- Dimensions: 6.5" wide x 6" high : Antenna over 3.75" tall x .75" deep
- RF Reception Range: 500'-1000' line of sight and equipment used.
- Operating Temperature: 14°F to 140°F
Manuals and Literature
over 5 years ago
over 3 years ago
I believe it can only handle 3. The sensors cannot be used in conjunction with the weather sensor. Each schedule can only be monitored by one sensor (soil or weather). If you have more than a couple zones and multiple plant types, you are better off using the weather sensor and software to set it up. If one zone needs more water than another, increase the runtime for that zone. The cycle/soak inputs cannot be manually adjusted, so if you want shorter cycles to reduce runoff, set your slope to high and soil to clay. I'd suggest running your sprinklers to the point of saturation to determine your maximum cycle first and then choose the inputs that match closest.