my orbit wont come on,,, it says off power,,,i have checked everything,,and i lost directions,, thank u jim
I am looking to replace a 25 year old residential sprinkler timer that will operate 2 zones/control valves at once. I need a new 6 zone timer to replace teh existing timer and I still need the functionality to operate 2 zones at the same time. Are there any timers that can do this?
where can i purchase the key to the control box? i have lost it.
It depends on what kind of controller you have. If you go to Sprinkler Warehouse’s Irrigation Controller page and click on the brand that matches your controller, it will take you to a page with links to the different models within that brand, as well as a link to accessories for that brand. Click on the accessories button to see available keys.
How do I create a yearly plan for my irrigation?
Please refer to our Sprinkler School or our Forum For answers.
I have a large water collection system (rain water collection in an open pond). I now want to connect that as my water supply to my existing multi zoned and timed irrigation system. I already disconnected the city water supply an now need information on connecting a pump to this system, turning the pump on when the irrigation system needs water and controlling the pressure when the pump is on. I read on the seb site what typew of pump is needed but how can I turn on the pump when the irrigation system turns on> thanks, chris.
Our store, Sprinkler Warehouse, offers a ton of great free tutorials for just such an application. Check them out here, and hopefully they’ll answer all your questions.
Me and a friend want to start a business – sprinkler system winterization. We’ve read through the general steps as outlined here on the gator blog and have watched several videos via youtube. However, neither of us have had any experience in this. So, how/where do we begin? Should we utilize the information given in the step-by-step process and go at it or is there a place to begin trial and error? Neither of us have our own sprinkler systems. Thanks for your input.
Repairing and winterizing your own system is a manageable task for most DIY-savvy homeowners; however, to do it on a professional level requires a business license and insurance. Certification may also be required in some areas, but even if it’s not required, I highly recommend it. Try checking out the http://www.irrigation.org website, as well as getting a job with an irrigation repair or winterization business for some hands-on experience and instruction.
I have a Rain Bird ESP- controler. When I turn the controler off it still waters on the schedual programed. It doesent seem to know it is turned off.
I have an indoor arena that i water with an over head sprinkler system,I have 4 differnt banks that water about 30 ft each. My problem is that one bank is about 4 ft from the beams and the sprinklers rotate and hit the beams in a couple of places causing water to run down the beam and make a wet spot in the arena. What type of sprinkler head can I use [low angle]
i have a hunter system and the control boox went on a blink, cant read anything and it also turned on the system i guess that was the warning that my box was on the blink, is there any other option to replaceing the box then buy one? i also change the 9volt battery, what else can be done? thank you
can i use SRV solenoid with the hunter node 200?i have tried few times and it registers the node using this solenoid but doesnt push the water to the stations.when i turn the solenoid valve quarter turn it operates correctly but only then.any tips on what could be the problem?
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