A versatile battery operated controller equipped with a high flow 3/4 inch FNPT heavy-duty inline globe valve. The 710AP series is designed with propagation, misting, and pulse irrigation cycle programming capability. Ideal for all types of commercial, greenhouse and nursery applications, this controller is fully waterproof and powered by two AA alkaline batteries that can last for up to three years. The 710AP series features logical, revolving menus for simplified programming and review.
The controller features a propagation mode, including cyclical frequencies from 1 minute to 59 minutes or from 1 to 12 hours, and durations in seconds for loop watering with selectable start and stop times. It includes a seven button keypad, a large, easy-to-read LCD display, intuitive icon-based programming with five start times per day in standard weekly and cyclical modes, manual run, monthly budget, and rain off with restart of up to 99 days.
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Flow rate versus pressure loss
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The Drip Store’s model 710A-075 Single Station Heavy Duty Battery Operated Controller with Heavy Duty ¾ Inch Inline Valve contains all the parts needed to install this unit into a PVC pipe below or above grad.
Recommended Operating pressure: 10 to 80 PSI.
Note: Wrap all fittings with Teflon tape! Do not use pipe cement on valve as this will damage the valve and void the warranty!
2. . Install a 3/4 inch ball or gate valve onto the PVC pipe or to the valve manifold before installing the controller.
3. Turn the water supply on to flush the pipe and then shut the water off using the ball or the gate valve.
4. To the ball valve or gate valve add a male thread riser or PVC pipe extension and wrap the riser male thread or the PVC adapters with 4-6 layers of Teflon tape.
5. Thread the battery operated controller valve into the male thread using a wrench.
6. Open the battery cover and insert one 9-volt alkaline batteries into the battery compartment and note the proper direction of the positive and negative orientation on the battery connector.
7. Turn the water on and pressure test the system to identify leaks in the threads connections. The controller will open momentarily and then will shut off.
8. Perform a manual run via the battery operated controller.
9. Program the battery operated controller.