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Wednesday, September 5th 2012, 6:32pm

by Wet_Boots

A single light bulb uses more power than a controller. The one best thing one can do for a sprinkler system is to have a dedicated circuit for the controller, not to be shared with anything else.

Wednesday, September 5th 2012, 5:17pm

by aresquare

Power requirements

Can anyone tell my how much electricity a controller box takes? If I install a system for my HOA, my members want to know how much electricity the controller takes to run and maintain the timer switches.
Thanks for your help.
RR