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REL 2 is used to allow multiple controllers to operate the same low-voltage device

(Master Valve or Pump Start Relay). 

IMPORTANT: REL 2 is NEVER connected to high voltage. It is for 24VAC devices, only.

Diagrams listed below:

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The trajectory and spray height of the water stream leaving a sprinkler nozzle is important information when designing and installing irrigation systems.

                                    

A = Degrees of trajectory

B = Max Height of Spray

C = Distance from head to Maximum Height

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  • Regularly check the Eco-Indicator to identify leaks or clogs in the system.
  • Check any subsurface system on a regular schedule by viewing the health of the planted materials.
  • Manually flush the system after repairs to the mat and dripline.
  • Regularly clean the drip kit filter as required by the water source.
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Install and use soil moisture sensor (Soil-Clik®) on or just above the mat to maximize water savings and reduce overwatering.

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  • Keep the Eco-Mat lightly moist at all times.
  • Eco-Mat emitters flow at a rate of 0.6 gallons per hour (2.2 liters per hour). With consistent 14-inch (35-centimeter) laterals, the application rate will be 0.83 inches per hour (2.1 centimeters per hour).
  • Continuous run time should not exceed 10 minutes.
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We recommend using a temporary supplemental overhead irrigation system to establish plant material in conjunction with the subsurface system.

Temporary supplemental overhead irrigation can be stopped once roots have grown into the irrigated zone. Approximate grown-in periods include:

2-6 weeks for shrubs, perennials, and groundcovers during the growing season or until plant material roots have established in Eco-Mat irrigated zone

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