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Thursday, June 10th 2004, 6:31am

by BSME

You can wire them together if you have enough pressure to make them both come on at the same time. And yes you can use your current solenoids

Wednesday, June 2nd 2004, 8:08pm

by alect

Hunter SVC wireless controller

I think I need a new controller for our sprinkler system and I don't want to dig up the yard to check the wiring.

So saw the Hunter SVC controller (and SVC-400). Seems to solve my problems.

But I have two questions:

1. I have 2 valves which need to be connected. Can the SVC single controller be wired to two valves? (obviously the two valves will operate according to the same timing).

2. If no to the above and I need to get the SVC-400 (4 station controller) can I use my current solenoids? (Orbit) or do I need to use specific Hunter DC solenoids?