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Saturday, March 27th 2004, 11:27am

by Rays Sprinklers

YEs Hunter makes a product that will allow you to monitor and control your sprinkler system from your computer. FOr more information see www.hunterindustries.com

Thursday, March 18th 2004, 6:53pm

by HooKooDooKu

vincent,

Be more specific (model numbers or something).

I think JohnsChris is looking for a controller that is computer controled. But when I pick out one of the names you listed (Rain Bird), all I can find is their self-contained box controllers, not something that would allow you to monitor/control using a PC.

Friday, March 12th 2004, 11:38am

by nestors

Yes , Hunter ,Rain Bird ,And Toro


Nestor's Sprinklers & Lighting
Alpharetta,Ga. 770-410-9356

www.GeorgiaLighting.net

Tuesday, March 9th 2004, 9:16am

by JohnsChris

Computer controlled controller

At work we have a pretty large compound with around 16-20 zones. We are looking for a controller we can operate via our network on the computer. We want to be able to connect moisture sensors in each zone, and monitor them all via a computer in an office or from home. Does anyone make a high-tech controller like that? Thank you.