The NODE-BT controller offers an easy way to check the battery health of the actual controller without the use of a smartphone.

Press the physical BATTERY CHECK BUTTON on NODE-BT controller and the battery indicator LED flashes green or red.

4 green blinks = 100% - 76% Excellent

3 green blinks = 75% - 51% Good

2 green blinks = 50% - 31% Low

1 green blink = 30 – 20% Poor

1 red blink = 0% - 19% (Replace 9V alkaline batteries)

If the top of the screw is below the top of the turret, the screw must be turned counter-clockwise until it is flush with the top before removing the nozzle.





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You can access reports for your controllers by selecting REPORTS at the bottom for the mobile version.  Use the settings on the report tab to the right of the screen to change the following:

  • Change the range of the report
  • Clear all report data
  • Refresh a report
  • View all report data


In this section, you will be able to view and change configuration that includes controller settings, internet settings, regional settings, valve delays, and weather stations options.

To adjust the water triggers, follow the steps below:


Hydrawise uses local, real-time weather forecasting and the most accurate weather stations
available to fine-tune your irrigation system to current conditions. Water triggers are the settings in your Hydrawise software that can be adjusted based on your watering requirements.  When a trigger met the adjusted threshold, it will make the change in the software to either adjust watering schedule or cancel watering.

To adjust the water triggers, follow the steps below:


A Hunter MINI-CLIK®, FREEZE-CLIK®, or RAIN-CLIK™ sensor can be connected to your X2 controller.