The advanced 710A-100 Series Single Station Heavy Duty Battery Operated Controller from DIG is designed for above the ground or below grade installation and offers an alternative solution for automation where power is not available in a wide range of irrigation applications. This waterproof single station heavy duty battery operated controller fits existing irrigation valves used for drip irrigation or sprinkler systems in residential, commercial, or agricultural applications and as a cost-effective repair for existing irrigation systems. The Single Station Heavy Duty Battery Operated Controller highlights waterproofs housing (IP68), smaller size profile, LCD display with seven programming buttons and solenoid or wall mounting. Features includes icons based programming, AM/PM clock, weekly and cyclical watering day options with up to five start times per day, advance smart program for drip and sprinkler system and monthly budget. The 710A series controllers include a sensor connection and can operate for up to three years on two AA alkaline batteries.
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• Available with heavy duty inline valve
• Powered by two AA alkaline batteries with a safe period of 60 seconds to replace without losing the program
• Watering flexibility with a selection of watering frequencies and five start times
• Monthly seasonal adjustment through the seasons with up to 200% in 5% increments without modifying the controller's program duration; also can be used to fine-tune the preset ET program for each month
• 20 preset historical ET programs available for 10 climate zones, with 10 for drip irrigation and 10 for spray heads, to use with any irrigation setup and including the option to review the new calculated duration
• Seven keypad buttons with integrated liquid crystal display
• Easy to read LCD display with AM/PM clock and icon-based intuitive programming for easy navigation
• Blinking notification on days the controller is active
• Programming time options in AM/PM or 24 hour
• After programming, the controller display indicates if irrigation is set to water for the day and if any of the additional programming features are active
• Non-volatile memory retains program and controller integrity (excluding time)
• Manual irrigation cycle can be performed via the controller's manual program button, via the solenoid, or via the manual bleed
• One button for Program Off until reactivated or to suspend all irrigation programs (rain mode)
• After fifteen minutes the controller screen is turned off automatically to conserve energy
• Low battery indicator
• Semi-automatic, automatic, or manual operation
• Retractable cord for easy removal of the controller
• Rugged, reinforced self-cleaning diaphragm provides reliable operation
• Internal bleed via the solenoid or the screw bleed for system checkup and testing
• Latching solenoid with encapsulated plunger and spring for reliable operation
• Wire ready for a rain sensor
• Completely waterproof (IP68) - can operate in harsh environments
• Environmentally friendly - utilizes RoHS compliant components
• Battery life up to three years
• Three year warranty
The DIG model 710A-100 Single Station Heavy Duty Battery Operated Controller with Heavy Duty 1 Inch Inline Valve from DIG 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 1 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.