Watering Timer - Two-Dial Hose End Timer | Bootstrap Farmer

Watering Timer - Two-Dial Hose End Timer

Increase Efficiency with Watering Timers

Simple and reliable, this battery operated controller and timer help to streamline your irrigation needs. This kits runs a higher flow rate at lower inlet pressures.

The timer has up to four start times per day with a two minute to four hour programming duration and an operating flow range of .1 to 6.3 gallons per minute for use in a wide range of applications, including drip irrigation or micro sprinkler systems connected to a garden hose or faucet/spigot. It uses one 9-volt alkaline battery that can last for up to one year.

Features:

  • 3/4” FHT inlet and MHT outlet
  • Watering duration from 2 minutes to 240 minutes
  • Eight watering intervals ranging from every six hours to once per week
  • Low battery auto lock out to ensure the timer cannot open unless it can close
  • Low energy use (less than 20 micro amps in standby mode) ensures long battery life
  • Easy manual operations using a single button
  • High water flow at normal water pressures
  • Operates on low water flows of less than 0.5 GPM
  • 14% of higher flow at 30 PSI
  • High strength female hose thread connection with easy removal via spring clip
  • Powered by one 9-volt alkaline battery with battery life up to one year
  • Weather resistant
  • Three year limited warranty

Product Specifications

  • Flow rate up to 6.3 GPM at 30 PSI (24 L/PM at 2 Bar)
  • Temperature range: 40°F to 125° F (3° C to 50° C)
  • Operating pressure 10 PSI to 80 PSI (0.6 – 5.5 Bar)
  • Power source: 9-volt alkaline battery (not included)
  • Solenoid: durable electric motor
  • Power consumption 20 micro amps in standby mode.
  • Materials: body ABS and inner parts of high-impact plastic
  • Dimensions: 6” D X 4” W x 6.5” H ( 15.2 cm X 10.0 cm X 16.2 cm)

Programming options

  • Eight pre-set watering durations from 2 minutes to 240 minutes
  • Watering frequency: eight watering intervals ranging from every six hours to once per week

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