Date: Sunday, 9 December, 2012
The newest addition to the MP Rotator family, the MP3500, is now available. The MP3500 provides coverage from 9.4m to 10.7m, which allows for specification in mid-range applications. Even at this distance, it still maintains all the efficient features of the MP Rotator line, such as matched precipitation, wind resistant streams, robust design, and the highest level of uniformity on the market. For multi-stream applications that call for 9.4m to 10.7m of highly efficient coverage, the answer is the all-new
Date: Monday, 22 October, 2012
Large-scale sites such as shopping centers, industrial complexes, college campuses, and multi-unit housing complexes require high-powered remotes that can cover long distances. The new Roam XL long distance remote is a powerhouse in a small package. It features a simple user interface with 128 different programmable addresses. It also boasts a signal strong enough to go through buildings at long distances. With nothing in its line of site, the Roam XL can communicate with your Hunter controller from up to
Date: Tuesday, 1 May, 2012
Hunter Industries announces Solar Panel, a new accessory for the Node and XC Hybrid battery operated controller families. The Solar Panel provides maintenance-free operation by harnessing the sun’s energy to power the controller 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for years on end.
Adding the Solar Panel accessory to either the Node or the XC Hybrid controllers is an easy process that can be done quickly by any installer. Once connected, the Solar Panel supplies 100% of the controllers’ power, and eliminates
Date: Tuesday, 14 February, 2012
For isolated sites, power-restricted areas, or the special needs of drip zones, the Hunter Node is the smart, reliable solution. The Node mounts to a valve solenoid quickly and easily without screws, drills or additional wires. The unit’s solid construction ensures it can handle the harsh environment of a valve box. Once placed in a valve box, the Node is operated by one or two 9V batteries, which provide standard or extended power throughout a season.
Along with exceptional reliability, the Node also
Date: Wednesday, 24 August, 2011
Creating an efficient sprinkler system includes several key elements. One very important element is ensuring that water pressure is properly regulated throughout an irrigation system. With proper regulation, an installer is ensuring that water is efficiently applied. With the correct amount of water, optimal vegetation health is achieved, and no water is being wasted in the process. With water regulations becoming more common and stringent around the world, optimizing water pressure in an irrigation system