Water is essential for healthy plants, but it’s not always possible to water by hand. Plus, different plants have specific watering needs. An automatic water irrigation control system will give your plants the right amount of water at the right times. Battery-operated irrigation controllers are available for use in a wide variety of landscapes, from commercial properties to small residential gardens.
Worry-free watering for your landscape
When you have the best battery-operated irrigation controller for your landscape, you can set the desired watering schedule and forget it. Your plants will have the water they need at home while you’re at work or travelling. Many controllers work from an app over Wi-Fi, so you have control no matter where you are.
The best battery-operated irrigation controller for your landscape
Make The Landscape Store your first stop when you’re ready to choose a battery-operated automatic irrigation timer. We have an extensive collection of irrigation control systems, from battery-operated tap timers to automatic watering sensors. To learn more about our battery-operated irrigation controllers,contact us today.
What does a battery-operated irrigation controller do?
A battery-operated automatic sprinkler timer gives you peace of mind about watering your garden. Set the timer to water the zones in your landscape on a schedule that’s best for your plants. A battery-operated tap timer will connect to a garden tap for a small garden. Larger residential or commercialirrigation controllers can be programmed to water multiple zones on particular days of the week.
What type of battery-operated irrigation controllers does The Landscape Store offer?
The Landscape Store offersbattery-operated irrigation controllers for most landscaping needs. We have battery-operated tap timers by Rain Bird and other top brands for the small Australian garden. Many automatic sprinkler timers run on Wi-Fi and can be programmed from a smartphone, tablet or computer. We even have Bluetooth controllers with LCD screens.
How long do batteries last in an irrigation controller?
Battery life depends on various factors, such as the type of battery and frequency of irrigation use. Most battery types will last at least nine months, which is long enough for most growing seasons. Many irrigation timers use AA batteries that last up to three years. Others use 9-volt batteries that typically last one, two or three years. If your irrigation system is not turning on or running properly, it may be time for a new battery.