Check out the Irritrol "PC Control" IT IS AMAZING

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Check out the Irritrol "PC Control" IT IS AMAZING

Postby mabrett00 » Mon Jun 02, 2008 11:33 am

hey All...

Has anyone seen this it looks amazing.

I have no idea what the cost is... But with these features I almost dont care..

I think it will give the Rain8 guys a run for the money.

watch the video, but make sure you have a cup to catch the drool. :)

http://www.irritrol.com/pccontrol/index.html

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Postby DavidL » Mon Jun 02, 2008 11:37 am

Hmmm, not seeing much that you can't do with MainLobby and a Rain8Net or Rain8Wifi hardware. Much of normal person "value" that is.

what was the irritrol feature that looked most interesting to you that you don't believe the current MLIrrigation can do?

BTW, there is a major new release of MLIrrigation coming out shortly...

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Postby mabrett00 » Mon Jun 02, 2008 11:54 am

First off.....

about $250.00 for 12 zones. all inclusive handheld remote and timer along with software.


Then, the ability that it is all setup to adjust by weather forecast (automatically), customiziable images by zone, wireless intergration to PC, new schedules can be emailed, simple point and click use for programming and for daily adjustments.

just looks pretty cool.... did you watch the full video?

No I did not know about the new release of ML irrigation.

My biggest issue for not making the switch is the fact that my sprinkler timer is not readily accesable to a pc connection to switching to the rain8net (which I beleive is a serial interface not a cat 5) is not easy for me.


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