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Friday, April 29th 2011, 8:43am

I think that you are a kind of unfamiliar with the subject and with the wsm...
For that reason i posted such as basic information about wireless sensors motes...
And who told you about the example of mobile and what does it have the cell phone with this subject? , because it has inside it a sensor? hahaha..that is for other reason..
And who told you that sensors are only for inside jobs...hahaha
Just stop posting in topics that you are unfamiliar..because almost all your post is invalid.


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Friday, April 29th 2011, 9:14pm

Wrong again bud. I was an IT tech before I was an irrigation specialist.

Your right , My invalid post is over reacting and calling you names. Everything else is right though.

I never said ' sensors ' are for indoor use , I said the 2 that you posted
are. I mean look at them lol, they don't have any kind of water proof
casing what so ever. One ounce of water touching that board while power is being supplied will cross-connect and fry the board.

You are the one who just said a moisture sensor and a humidity sensor
are the same thing!! Not me! Your generalizing the word sensor to be so
broad you think anything that's a sensor will sense anything you want it

I'm here to tell you that your idea is wrong , although I applaud you
for some research , your in the opposite direction . Good luck with
wasteing your time on a failed attempt

Research more into the direction of my links.


Saturday, April 30th 2011, 5:46am

Hey man just leave it....You have not understood what i want to do...

When i said about sensors indoors/outdoors i meant and iris and telob.

And i don't want to sinking or raining any sensor at the water..hahahaha...

And yes i said about moisture and humidity , so what?Neither said that whatever sensor can sense anything.

ok you just do not understand or you are unfamiliar..

close the topic..

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Saturday, April 30th 2011, 8:49am

Refer back to the post with the large type Sensors do not operate valves


Saturday, April 30th 2011, 11:31am

ok funny , we had already see your post.

Close the topic.


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Saturday, April 30th 2011, 2:40pm

Just wanted to post it in another color, in case you were as color-blind as you were inexperienced with the function of sensors in a sprinkler system.


Saturday, April 30th 2011, 4:04pm

hey, how old are you?

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "George_1985" (Apr 30th 2011, 4:10pm)


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Thursday, May 5th 2011, 11:27am

No such thing - communicate with the manufacturer/distributor of the sensors and learn from them how to interface with a sprinkler system hahaha.. that is the best one yet

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