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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by mitjin, Jun 6, 2014.
They all suck, do your best to get AC.
while we are on the topic of DC.
I suppose the question of: "how long will a battery last on a node/toro variant?", would probably be a "too many variables kinda question" ?
Who cares? and who wants to program a separate clock.
One feature of a lot of old homes was a small basement without a single power outlet. Not a one. It was always necessary to have a pull chain adapter for the single unswitched ceiling light. Unscrew light bulb, screw in adapter, and move chain from the ceiling fixture to the adapter. Plug in controller to adapter. Count the weeks until some dumbass relative moved the pull chain back to the ceiling fixture, and killed the controller.
Only an idiot would install a controller in a basement.
well Mr. Who is an idiot, bc having two clocks on one system is NOT fun.
However, I am glad that he would like to be able to tell an asking customer how long a DC controller's battery will last.
Teach them how to replace battery and reprogram.
Better yet, just hand them the instruction manual.
I like this one better than the toro ddcwp from personal use. Works exactly like a pro-c. The irritrol iboc isn't bad either. But I don't know if they even still make it.
I have a customer that has one in a basement. Not only in a basement, but in a closet behind everything they use. Funny thing is it was installed by a very reputable large company
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