I’ve installed a few hydrawise controllers now and with one exception have found the biggest challenge to be that the controller struggles to pick up the wifi signal unless it is very close to the router. On all other occasions
What can I say?… If you have one of these then you know what I’m talking about. They are one of the most difficult and least intuitive to program. We can fit a better one for you!
A little while back I reviewed the first model of the Hydrawise controller, an innovative new device that allows you to control your irrigation from desktop, android or iPhone app. The first offering was functional but not that pretty and
This is the most common controller we use so for those who would like some easy to follow instructions here they are courtesy of Hunter Part 2 – some more advanced programming:
Sure – this is Hunter propaganda, but in my experience MPs have proven themselves to be top quality nozzles over time. It is not uncommon for me to return to a house I installed MP rotators in after 3-4 years
If you aren’t sure of how long your sprinklers are supposed to be on for then here is a graphic from the Water Authority with some approximate times.
Any time lay lawn we will set your retic control box for you, but after that its up to you to make sure it is actually working. Different controllers respond differently to power outages and occasionally controllers can ‘die’, leaving
I went to a job today where the client told me that they were on a shared bore and that only one of their stations would come on. The pump would come on when the rear lawn was running but not
If you have an X Core controller that seems to be playing up then the most likely cause is that it needs resetting. This can be done easily. 1. Press and hold the ‘PROG’ button. 2. While holding
If your control box is in an awkward spot or if you have a bigger property then testing the retic can be a real pain in the proverbial. Running back and forward to the box to test, flush re-test takes time and