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Wednesday, March 20th 2002, 12:31pm

by RVLI

Hunter makes a mini-weather station that you can buy for about $100. There are two models, one that detects wind and rain, and another wind, rain, and freezing for about 11 dollars more. Here is the address on sprinklerwarehouse that you can see it : http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/shop3/enter.html




Sunday, March 17th 2002, 5:25am

by chpsk8

Wind and Rain

Is it possible to install a wind sensor, and a rain sensor on the same system, (I am sure it is) What does the wiring look like. Do you wire it to make sure that the rain sensor contact is open, then the wind sensor?