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Sunday, August 19th 2012, 2:32pm

by Wet_Boots

If you force yourself to write down exactly why you want features not to be found in standard irrigation controllers, you can make a proper choice. It is very easy to say "I want A B C and D" until it's time to pay for what you want, or when you have to comprehend the 200 page instruction manual.

Sunday, August 19th 2012, 1:11pm

by Herman

which controller

Hi all,

I'm new here (from Belgium) and have some questions on the controller for my irrigations system. I'm looking for a controller that allows me to:
- simultaneously control different valves at the same time
- have a station run different times during a day, but also for a different duration
- put on/off my waterpump

Is this possible with the current controllers available? If so, which one would i choose?

Many thanks in advance,

Herman Bogaerts
Belgium

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