The housing of the Wind-Clik is designed to slip over the end of 2" PVC pipe. The length and the fixing of the pipe is then up to the user depending on the situation. For example, the pipe could be inserted directly into the ground as a post, or a short length could be screwed into a wooden deck post.
Wind obstructions should be avoided, of course; however, when buildings are nearby, the Wind-Clik should be located so that the prevailing wind direction is not obstructed. Going up high is not always necessary; however, it is a good way to avoid obstructions. Wind speeds often vary according to ground height, and for irrigation system control the wind speed about 6 feet above ground would be a good representative height for the Wind-Clik placement.
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