Add Valves to Lawn and Garden Irrigation and Sprinkler Systems

Coming Soon!

We are pleased to announce that the popular Irrigander 2 Splitter will be available again in November, 2015!

One of the most frustrating projects for home owners is fixing electrical issues in a complex irrigation system. Cables break, connections corrode, or the valve layout no longer matches the need. The Irrigander line of irrigation products addresses these issues.

Need to fix a broken cable? The Irrigander 2 Splitter uses one working field cable to control 2 valves. The Splitter divides the zone run time between the 2 valves. No need to run a new cable or spend hours finding the problem.

Need to add valves but don’t have unused wires in the irrigation cable? The Irrigander 4 Splitter uses one field cable to control 2, 3, or 4 valves. The Irrigander 4 Splitter detects the number of valves connected and divides the zone run time between the connected valves. Need to add valves but don’t have an unused output on the irrigation controller? The Irrigander 4 Splitter can solve that issue, too.

Have a water runoff problem? Implementing a “cycle and soak” watering method will help. In cycle and soak each valve runs for several shorter periods instead of one longer period. Between each watering cycle there is a soak period. Setting up cycle and soak timings on an irrigation controller can be challenging, even if the controller has a “cycle and soak” mode. The patent pending Irrigander 4 Soaker makes setting up a cycle and soak watering pattern easy. The Soaker creates three run cycles for each connected valve (up to 4) based on the previous zone run time. Between each run cycle the watered areas soak.

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