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  • Orbit Watermaster 91922 Twelve-Station Sprinkler System Timer with Remote Control
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Orbit Watermaster 91922 Twelve-Station Sprinkler System Timer with Remote Control

by Orbit
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  • Easy to program bright backlit display features Interactive tex; English, Spanish, French, Italian and German
  • Built-in wireless receiver for optional rain sensor; orbit watermaster wireless rain and freeze remote sensor 57071 is available separately
  • Select desired program days of week, watering, interval, or odd/even days time settings from 1 to 240 minutes and up to 10 start times per day
  • Pump or master valve feature for non standard installations.
  • Easy to Program, Easy to Use - Large buttons and easy to read backlit LCD display.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 7.5 x 10 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001PQGLRY
  • Item model number: 91922
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,414 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

This Orbit Signature Series underground timer features a remote transmitter for operating twelve zones up to 300'. This offers the ultimate convenience for all landscaping watering needs. Remotely turns on the zone(s) needed after planting flowers, fertilizing lawns, or water landscaping in addition to the regular watering program. Also great for adjusting and repairing sprinkler and drip irrigation heads. No more running back and forth to the controller box! The main controller reverts to the regular program after any manual over-ride using the remote control.

Product Description

ORBIT 91922 SIGNATURE SERIES 12 STATION INDOOR SPRINKLER CONTROLLER WITH REMOTE


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Easy to install, easy to use.
Helen
I like the remote control, which will be good for fixing and testing individual sprinkler heads.
Dustin P. Paddock
The wires would not snap terminate easily.
Maharaj Kaul

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Reniassance Man on June 24, 2009
I cannot tell you how wonderful it is to have a remote on my sprinkler system! Have you ever tried having your kids turn the sprinklers on and off while you adjust the heads? I gave up and do it myself. My family used to sit and laugh at my annual sprikler adjusting comedy session. Talk about being tired and soaked! Now with this timer I can turn it on/off from the remote. I stay dry and save a ton of walking back and forth. I keep the remote in the kitchen in case I want to add a little watering or cancel the watering because somebody is in the shower etc. I love it! The range on the remote is good. Reaches beyond my 1/3 acre lot. The only problem I have had was when my neighbor bought one of the really cool Orbit touch screen remote timers and we were both actuating each others times! After resetting the timers and syncing the remotes again that problem went away. Awesome timer!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Electronicbuff on August 23, 2012
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I did a ton of research before selecting this controller. I had a professional irrigation system installed at my house and after comparing features from the different companies I decided that this was the unit that I wanted them to set up on my system. They too were unsure why this unit had features that their Toro or Rainbird units could not do.

Zones:
- This unit comes with 12 zones
- Other models force you to buy expander modules once you hit 4 or 6 zones

Rain Delay:
- Unit includes a connection for your rain sensor
- Rain sensor allows me to save water if it rained already
- You can program the rain delay for as long as you'd like (1-day or up to 99-days), I left mine for the standard default program
- You can also simply push the rain delay button to manually trigger a delay

Remote Control:
- This unit includes a remote for activating or turning off the 12 zones
- The range of the remote works from inside my garage (behind my house) through my brick house to my front sidewalk. It is transmitting 100 feet through my brick ranch house and has worked beautifully
- At first my remote was not controlling the timer until I went through and synced the remote to the controller, was suppose to be already synced by factory but they must have forgotten
- To test a zone I simply push the zone number and then the amount of time I want to test for (2 min, 10 min, 30 min, etc). I usually use the 2 min for testing a particular zone.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Helen on July 20, 2009
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Easy to install, easy to use. The remote control hand unit is small and neat and easy to operate. Only the sleeve (wire cover) is a little bit too small to push in all the wires, but it did work. Before I fount this remote control timer, my husband and I had to use walkie-talkie to test and maintain our sprinkler system. I will never go back to non-remote controller.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Electronics shopper on September 7, 2009
Bought this unit with remote controller to replace a malfunctioning 7 year-old unit that had only 8 stations and no remote feature (different manufacturer). As I was reworking new irrigation on a large residential property, the remote control feature seemed like a good idea. I have had the unit for a few months now and the job is almost done. All in all, I am quite happy with the unit. It saved me a tremendous amount of leg work walking back and forth between the master unit, the irrigation valves, and each irrigation zone. Programming was very intuitive and the range for remote operation was about 120ft with residential structures in the line of sight. Installation of wires into each of the 12 station slots at the bottom of the unit however required some effort as the design does not allow easy sliding of the wires into their positions without a lot of trying blindly to find the small openings. Hence 4 instead of 5 stars. The remote unit cannot be used to reprogram the master, but serves basic on-off functions very well. I really appreciate the ability to add water cycles from within the house.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Linh Nguyen on August 9, 2011
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I was frustated while installing the timer. It's difficult to hookup the wires to the unit. I installed new wires to add 6 more valves to the existing system and to move the timer to a new location from the shed to the garage to have a more convenient access. The system did not work at first. After trying a lot of testing using the old and new timer to find out if the incorrection was from the valves or the wires or the new timer, and after a couple calls to the manufacturer tech support, it turned out the timer had no voltage output even while the timer screen showing that it's working well. Calling tech support was not fun since their business hours are the same as my working time and I have to call from home to troubleshoot the timer with the tech support. I also had to run to the store to buy a volt meter for the third test as their requirement for the replacement. Each call was a long waiting.

After more than 2 weeks waiting for the new timer to arrive since they forgot to ship for some reasons, I called again and finally got the new timer. It's nice that it came with the prepaid UPS sticker to send back the defective one.

The 2nd timer worked OK, except for the pump/master valve line and one regular valve line that did not work at first. After 2 weeks trying, I almost called again but it turned out that the wires did not contact well with the timer due to the bad design connection.

Finally I got the system work well and I am happy now with the remote and the pump/master valve features. I need the master valve feature since I installed 6 more valve zones that receive water from an existing valve which is difficult to be removed since the valve box was buried in a concrete slab.
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