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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Buck_wheat, Oct 29, 2010.
That is actually part of the transmitter that sends a signal to the meter reading device.
Let me know if you are thinking of installing another system, I've got a bunch of old crap laying around in the back 40 I'd like to clean up; washing machines, old lawn mowers, tires, broken ladders, you know, the typical irrigation system stuff.
There ought to be a back-charge for waste of bandwidth, then maybe LAWNSITE could afford to buy us libations at I.A.
you can make a swell barometric loop from old inner tubes.....
And if you only knew what I made my moisture sensors out of...LOL! I never knew it was a bad thing to have a MacGyver approved irrigation system. The main point was that even a system built from junk has outperformed some "professional" installations.
Just because a "professional" built a system doesn't mean it is done right or is a quality build ..... in fact the opposite is true more times than not.
Gee, did he have a t.v. series, too?
MacGuyver built his own Rainmaster controller from chewing gum and popsicle sticks.
MacGuyver studied under the eminent sprinkler genius, Tom Swift, I believe.
Tom discovered the 24-volt valve solenoid from space garbage.