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IMMS Central Control Now Has GPRS Connectivity Option

Date: Thursday, May 3, 2012

Hunter is introducing a robust new communications solution for the IMMS-ACC controller system: a GPRS “smartphone” wireless com module. The ACC-COM-GPRS looks like other ACC communication modules from the front, but has a built in GPRS phone with a SIM card installed. IMMS software can include many different Site communication options. Purchase of the GPRS com module option includes a data plan for the first year of operation. The GPRS device must be activated by Hunter Tech Support upon installation. The...

New Solar Panel Now Available for Node and XC Hybrid

Date: Tuesday, May 1, 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...

Pro-C Upgrade Allows Landscape Lighting Control

Date: Thursday, April 19, 2012

Hunter's Pro-C has a well-earned reputation as a highly innovative light commercial/residential irrigation controller. Its modular design and sensor compatibility offer flexibility and efficiency for a wide variety of needs. Now the Pro-C offers one more bold option: the ability to control landscape lighting. This new innovation is meant to be a major convenience for those who already work in lighting, and an easy introduction to lighting control for those who may be just adding landscape lighting to their...

Hunter Rotors: A Revolution Still Running Strong

Date: Thursday, February 23, 2012

Hunter Industries was built on the innovation of gear-driven rotors. Brought to life through the brilliant mind of Edwin J. Hunter in 1981, gear-driven rotors allow a steady stream of water to flow through a sprinkler’s nozzle and efficiently cover wide expanses of turf. This was revolutionary at the time, because the industry standard was “impact” style sprinklers. The innovation of gear-driven rotors provided a more efficient and reliable way to irrigate. Today impact irrigation is all but obsolete....

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