RCO Single-Wire Dual-Zone Control
- Adds a new zone without the wires
- Capable of fixing water pressure issues with additional valve
- Also allows you to go around faulty field wiring
- Simple to install
Introducing Add-A-Zone, the convenient unit that eliminates the need to add wiring when adding a zone. Use it to add additional valves to a system to correct water pressure problems. Or use it to work around faulty field wiring. Unlike other "switching" units, the Add-A-Zone behaves just like the valves are fully independent. You set the individual run times for 2 zones on the controller just like you regularly would and Add-A-Zone works "behind the scenes" to make it happen. Maximum control and flexibility that installs in minutes.
Features & Benefits
- Both valves connected to an Add-A-Zone are independently timed and activated from the controller for both manual and automatic operation
- The 2 valves can be assigned to separate watering schedules and programs in the controller
- Permits easy addition of an additional valve to controllers with spare stations without the need to divide out a run time on a single zone or activate the new valve every other watering cycle
- Makes adding a valve to correct water pressure problems easy
- Broken wires can be abandoned and worked around without loss of programming flexibility
- Fast and inexpensive to install
- The added valve can be a master valve
- Operates on most 24-Volt sprinkler systems
- Switching capacity: 0.5 A
- Life Expectancy: 50,000 operations
Adapter Part B (Install inside valve box)
- Connect Blue wire to one valve.
- Connect Brown wire to second valve.
- Connect White wires to existing common wires.
- Connect Orange (active) wire to existing field wire.
- When in operation the Green LED will light up when station 1 is powered and the RED LED will light up when station 2 is powered.
Adapter Part A (Install inside controller cabinet)
- Connect Blue wire to existing station output.
- Connect Orange (active) wire to existing fi eld wire.
- Connect Brown wire to the unused station output.
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