Irritrol Climate Logic Wireless Remote Control Kit - R-100-KIT

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For simple, water saving, weather-following, automatic irrigation control, Irritrol introduces the Climate Logic weather system. Consisting of three components; a wireless transmitting weather sensor for installation outdoors, a receiver module to attach to the Irritrol controller, and an SD card with the 40 year, average, historical, weather information by zip code (or LAT/LON), the system monitors weather data, transmits them to the module then alters the controllers watering time to follow the weather. As for compatibility, the Climate Logic weather system works with the Rain Dial-R, the Total Control-R, KwikDial and MC-E (blue) version 5.02 or later controllers. These controllers, installed with CLIMATE LOGIC, proved in official testing, they meet the criteria for the EPA watersense label.

  • Built in radios For easy, wireless installation with less labor than wired systems
  • Temperature sensor for monitoring air temp Shuts system off in cold weather
  • Rain sensor Adjustable for amount of precipitation to shut off system
  • Solar sensor Monitors the amount of the landscape sites sun exposure
  • Receiver module - Converts todays data from the weather sensor to percent of the hottest months watering time to apply - Appropriately alters the controllers water budget
  • Optional handheld remote control Uses the same receiver module. Climate Logic owners do not need to purchase a separate receiver.
  • 1,000 line of sight signal range
  • Compatible with the following Irritrol controllers - Rain Dial-R series and earlier Rain Dial (Blue) - Total Control-R series - Kwik Dial Series (with adapter cable CMR-ADP)
  • New generation MC-E (blue) version 5.02 or later
  • One weather sensor can communicate with multiple receiver modules
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