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DIG BO9D Hose-End Timer

DIG BO9D Hose-End Timer

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B09D Digital Hose End Timer

The B09D Digital Hose End Timer is one in the newest line of hose end timers.  The simplified programming and improved monitoring of battery power use less current, resulting in longer battery life and more reliable operation. A wide range of programming features like higher flow rates at lower inlet pressures make this model a reliable and cost effective solution for residential users. The B09D Digital Hose End Timer has four start times per day with durations from 1 minute to 12 hours 59 minutes in one minute increments. An operating flow range of .5 to 6.3 gallons per minute, allows use in many applications including drip irrigation or micro sprinkler systems connected to a garden hose or faucet/spigot. This new hose end timer uses one 9-volt alkaline battery (not included) which may last for over a year.

Features:

  • Easy programming using six buttons and large LCD display
  • AM/PM clock
  • 7 day watering calendar
  • Electronic battery monitoring that provides constant reading of battery strength
  • Low battery auto lock out to ensure that the timer valve will not open unless it can close
  • Low energy use (less than 20 micro amps in standby mode) ensures long battery life
  • Easy manual operations using Start and Stop buttons.
  • Rain mode easily accessed by holding the OFF key for 3 seconds
  • High water flow at normal water pressures
  • Operates on low water flow of less than 0.5 GPM
  • 3/4" FHT inlet with screen and MHT outlet
  • Weather resistant
  • 3 year limited warranty

Specifications:

  • Operating pressure 10 PSI to 80 PSI
  • Flow rate up to 6.3 gpm at 30 PSI
  • Temperature range: 40°F to 125° F
  • Power source: 9-volt alkaline battery (not included)
  • Materials: body ABS, and inner parts of high impact plastic
  • Dimensions: 6” D X 4” W x 6.5” H
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