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Toro 53770 Sprinkler System Timer Wireless Rain Sensor

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  • Water conservation device that meets legislative standards in states/municipalities with mandates
  • Wireless, features 300-feet range
  • works by absorbing rainwater and then responds by interrupting power to the valves No changes to the timer programming are made
  • For new or replacement installations
  • Works with most irrigation timers

From the Manufacturer

The Toro Wireless RainSensor is a water conservation device that meets legislative standards in states and municipalities with mandates. The RainSensor works by absorbing rainwater and then responds by interrupting power to the valves. The Wireless RainSensor will then gradually dry out, as does the soil, allowing sprinklers to run as scheduled. The rain sensitivity can be adjusted from .125 to 1 inch. The Wireless RainSensor is easy to install using the "Quick Clip" gutter bracket tool free. Because it is wireless, there is not wire required to communicate between the sensor and the controller. The sensor has a 300 feet (line of sight) range. The weatherproof receiver can be mounted indoors or outdoors. The Wireless RainSensor is compatible with any sprinkler timer and does not interfere nor change the timer's programming. Operating temperature -20 to 140 degrees F. Transmitter battery level indicator. 5-year replaceable battery (battery included; standard CR2032.) UL and FCC Approved.

Product Description

Wireless Rain Sensor, No Wire Required To Communicate Between The Sensor & The Controller, 300' Range, Visual Sensor Status LED Indicator Light, Signal Strength LED Indicator Light, Smart Bypass Button Overrides At Any Time & Switches Back Automatically, Transmitter Battery Level Indicator, Battery Included, Weatherproof Receiver Can Be Mounted Indoors Or Outdoors, UL Approved, FCC Approved.

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