Yardeen Hose Water Timer Automatic Water Faucet Single Outlet Ball Valve Allow Connected Irrigation System Work Zero Pressure
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|Color||1-outlet Water Timer|
|Material||Stainless Steel, Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.72 x 3.15 x 4.72 inches|
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- The use of smart irrigation system not only makes effective use of water resources, but also improves the efficiency of automatic irrigation and greatly reduces labor costs.
- Can also water flowers and plants automatically in fixed time, when nobody is at home. Great care improves the livability of plants
- Water and circuit are completely separated. The valve will close when battery is low, to keep it safe，2 XAA 1.5v alkaline battery required (not included)
- Ball valve water timer Working Water Pressure: 0 - 8 bar,no water pressure is ok for use
- Built-in stainless steel high-density filter in the water inlet will block the impurities in the water to ensure the long-term operation of the internal structure of the controller
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- Unscrew and remove the waterproof cover. Carefully slide out the battery compartment in the front face of the timer.Insert two new 1.5V alkaline batteries (size AAA) and replace the battery compartment into the timer face.
- Test the unit by turning the RUN TIME knob from the “OFF” position. You should hear the sound of the motor within 30 seconds.
- If you do not hear the motor, check that the batteries are installed correctly
- Whilst holding the unit steady, loosen the large locking collar ring located at the top of the timer until the tap connector collar is loose.Screw the tap connector on to the tap until it is hand tight and the hand tighten the large locking collar ring.DO NOT use spanners or pliers to tighten the collars.
- Connect your hose attachment to the male snap-on connector at the bottom of the timer.
> Battery operated (LR03 2XAAA 1.5V Alkaline battery)( not included)
> Strong Ball valve inside
> Durable high impact construction
> Manual watering available
> Simple, reliable, water-proof
> Soft material for comfort grip and easy use
> Can be attached to 3/4''(19mm) tap or faucet
> Once program set, it will repeat the cycles until new settings
> Frequency: (can be set at 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24, 48, 72 H, and Week)
> Run Time: (can be set at 1, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120 mins)
Working Temperature: 5 - 60 C (40 - 140 F)
Water Pressure: 0 - 8 bar (0 - 116 PSI)
It can be connected to hose faucet directly. With waterproof cover can prevent rain effectively.
Water conservation: it's higher to make use of watering timers as it would assist save water in addition to save money.
You don't need to worry about the plants will be dead because you forget to water them.
Ball valve water timer Working Water Pressure: 0 - 8 bar,no water pressure is ok for use
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Super pleased with this system — I just change the frequency and duration as needed, depending on the watering needs for that time of year, and forget about it!
My biggest fear was that the batteries would die without me knowing it, and my garden would go to waste before I noticed — but after one year going strong, I think i’m safe just replacing the batteries once a year!
To think I just bought these to take care of my garden during a vacation... they’ve completely changed my garden!!! I set up a large drop system, and my plants are all thriving compared to how they did with the sporadic hose-watering I was doing before!
For those who have had problems getting the unit to operate on automatic - read this - Once the FREQUENCY and DURATION are set, this unit will wait until the COMPLETION of the FREQUENCY period before opening the valve for the first time. Just a quirk about its operation. So if you set a FREQUENCY of 12 hr the valve will not open until 12 hr later, then will repeat every 12 hrs thereafter.
For those who complain that the unit does not turn on when set to ON - wait about 5 seconds. The light will flash rapidly and the unit will turn on. Same wait when turning OFF.
If your unit leaks check that the water pressure is not above 80 PSI. Yes, eventually something will cause the valve to leak - microscopic debris in the water source, or other contaminants - OR being stored unused for long periods of time causes the O-ring to crack and leak.
This timer is absolutely ideal for rainwater systems since it has a rotating valve, not a pressure actuated valve, thus requires NO pressure to operate as in a gravity system. I capture my reverse osmosis waste water and currently use it for gravity irrigation. In the past the Rainbird predecessor (still being used) was attached to a standard hose bib.