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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by JimmyTheGlove, Mar 1, 2012.
Hailstone or kidney stone?
Luckily I'll get that sumbitch removed next week.
Hunter ICore my go to choice.
Universal, works for residential and commercial, means i only have to stock 1 controller, and capability to go 2Wire
Oh i was mistaken the icore for the xcore, what do you think of the x core?
I want to see if any I-Core features filter down to lesser controllers.
i like the Pro-C...it is very user friendly, can handle a lot of zones, and it's the most common around here
RB or Hunter. I only favor the Hunter after some frustrating firmware issues with the earlier ESP-M's. My local supplier just told me RB is introducing a new ESP-M. If you asked my boss he would tell you to install mech. superiors and to heck with all this digital sensor stuff.
When was the last time you installed one of those Superior electro-mechanical controllers?
PRO-C easy to program