DIG ECO1 ASV Ambient Light (Solar) Powered Irrigation Controller

DIG ECO1 ASV Ambient Light (Solar) Powered Irrigation Controller

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ECO1™ASV

DIG's ECO1-ASV solar powered irrigation controller is mounted on a 3/4” anti-siphon valve that protects the household water supply from contamination. This controller is frequently used in both drip irrigation and sprinkler systems. The anti-siphon valve features flow control with internal and external bleed. The patented, time-tested internal photovoltaic module and microelectronic energy management system is energized by ambient (solar) light. Ambient light allows this controller to operate anytime, anywhere, and in any weather.

Features:

  • Seven buttons with integrated LCD screen
  • Programmable run times from 1 to 5 hours and 59 minutes in 1 minute increments
  • No backup battery or AC power necessary - uses clean solar energy
  • Watering frequency: weekly or cyclical schedule with odd days, even days or intervals from one to thirty (1- 30) days utilizing 365 day yearly calendar with leap year.
  • Five start times per day in weekly or cyclical provide added flexibility for any type of watering application
  • 20 preset historical ET programs with 10 climate zones, 10 for drip irrigation and 10 for spray systems.
  • Allows monthly seasonal adjustment budget (0 to 200%) in 5% increments without modifying the controller's program duration; also can be used to fine-tune the preset ET program for each month.
  • Rain off/delay option with automatic restart up to 99 days

Specifications:

  • Flow range: .25 to 20 GPM
  • Recommended operating pressure: 20 to 80 PSI
  • Water Temperature range: 38-130°F
  • Inlet and outlet: 3/4" FNPT (female pipe thread)
  • Controller input: 3,000 -100,000+ LUX
  • Solenoid: 7-12 VDC, two-way latching, normally closed using two wires
  • Valve Style: globe valve with flow control
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