SISTEMA DI CONTROLLO CENTRALIZZATO
For isolated sites and power-restricted areas, the Hunter Node is the smart, reliable solution. The Node mounts to a valve's solenoid quickly and easily, and without screws, drills or additional wires. The unit's solid construction and waterproof exterior ensure it can handle the harsh environment of a valve box. The Node is powered by one or two 9V batteries and provides standard or extended power throughout the season. Along with exceptional reliability, the Node features an easy-to-program LCD screen, the ability to control a Master Valve, and uses standard Hunter controller programming with 3 programs and 4 start times per program. The array of programming options and rugged reliability make the Node a compact, but powerful irrigation controller with the flexibility of battery power.
Number of stations: 1, 2, 4, 6
Independent programs: 3
Start times per program: 4
Max. station run time: 6 hrs
Master Valve operation (available in 2, 4, 6 station models)
Accepts one or two 9-volt batteries for extended battery life
Solenoid wire length up to 100 ft. (18 AWG)
Warranty period: 2 years
The Node's optional Solar Panel Kit (SPNODE) eliminates the need for batteries and provides maintenance-free operation by harnessing the sun’s energy. Once connected, the Solar Panel supplies 100% of the controllers’ power, and eliminates the alkaline batteries. This “eco-innovations” alternative is more environmentally friendly and allows for maintenance-free operation of the controller.
A manual back-up utility that stores complete controller scheduling and setup information in back-up memory. This allows the saved watering schedule to be restored at any time. This can be used to set a controller back to its initial settings after tampering or at the beginning of a new season.
Rugged shell casing is waterproof up to a depth of 12 feet (IP68 rated).
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Battery operated controllers allow irrigation to occur without tapping into an electrical connection. They still maintain most of the user-friendly features provided by their wired counterparts.
* Fixed or modular indicates the controllers ability to expand the number of stations from a base count.