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Old 01-22-2013, 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by 1idejim View Post
So what you are saying is that you use the flow control to monitor the heads of each zone. You can determine the issue from the control room via historical data?
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We are using a central irrigation system on campus, Calsense. When a problem occurs at night due to a break, stuck valve, etc., then the system shuts down that zone and alerts me in the morning so I can send my guys to fix it. On average we have 125 high flows at night during a given month.
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