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SPW Hunter Node-BT-400 Four Zone Bluetooth Enabled Irrigation Controller 4 Station 9V Timer NODEBT400

SPW Hunter Node-BT-400 Four Zone Bluetooth Enabled Irrigation Controller 4 Station 9V Timer NODEBT400 SPW Hunter Node-BT-400 Four Zone Bluetooth Enabled Irrigation Controller 4 Station 9V Timer NODEBT400

SPW Hunter Node-BT-400 Four Zone Bluetooth Enabled Irrigation Controller 4 Station 9V Timer NODEBT400

$ 184.23

Score By Feature

Based on 33 ratings
Satisfaction
9.09
Giftable
9.19
Customer service
9.14
Value for money
9.19

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Product Description

Controls four stations with the help of a battery
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It should be mounted to Hunter solenoids, pipes, flat surfaces, or inside of
A total of 3 programs with 8 start times each and 1 second increments from 1 to 12 Duration of the run in hours
Comply with LEED requirements with a soil moisture sensor that is suitable for

Questions & Answers

What will the battery life be for the 9v battery?

Your watering cycle may determine how long you need to water. In order for the valve to stay open, the battery has to run continuously. In comparison to a standard valve, that is different. During the day I water a total of four valves for about four hours. I haven't had it for a few months, but the battery indicator indicates that I need to replace it soon.

The grid-connected grid-tied solar panel for node battery controllers from Hunter Solar does this work?

My search for a straight answer ended in failure. Several of the devices in the panel seem to require 2 9V plugs, but the node bt 4 channels appear to have just one. It would be best if I spoke with Hunter directly.

The battery life of two 9v batteries is how long?

Based on the number of channels and the number of watering stages, I would recommend 3 months at 4 channels and 4 to 5 watering stages. The work week is 5 days long. An hour and a half in total.

How many DC solenoids does this come with?

It is the BT-Node A DC solenoid is not included with the 400.

Selected User Reviews For SPW Hunter Node-BT-400 Four Zone Bluetooth Enabled Irrigation Controller 4 Station 9V Timer NODEBT400

A unique irrigation system is possible with this irrigation tube
5/5

The perfect way to be able to control your sprinklers without hardwiring from the house is with this device. It is located at the top of a hill, which is where the main line runs. I had no choice but to run a wire up the hill from my house to the new location of my valves since connecting to my house has not Everything I had been struggling with has been solved by this unit. I can't think of anything better for the price. The phone programming I did on it was very easy. Although I do not know how long the batteries will last since I am still developing my system, the app will be able to tell you how much is left when it is connected. I think the only thing that would have been nice would have been more zones 4. Four is nice, but six would have been better, and maybe there could have been an option for a solar panel addon to extend the battery life. However, it is a great unit in spite of that.

Delaney Lloyd
Delaney Lloyd
| Apr 25, 2021
In comparison to the older nodes, the new "BT" nodes are a huge improvement
5/5

They're in a completely different league as a result of the improvements Hunter made with the Nodes. Since several years ago, I have had six Nodes controllers in my yard- The unit was converted from a single zone to a four zone unit. To program the previous models, you had to get down on your knees each time the weather I decided to give one of the new BT models a try when the battery connection on one of my units failed early in the year. My yard had five older nodes that were far superior to the newer model, so I decided to replace them all after installing and using the new model. Now, everything I wish to control is just a matter of being near the controllers and opening my iphone. There were a few connectivity issues early on, but software/firmware updates provided remedies before I could complain. In retrospect, it turns out that I was a bit of a beta tester without realizing it. There was a bit of a hassle at the beginning since updating the firmware was frequent and took some time to perform at each controller. The updates were all beneficial to both connectivity and ease of use, and I am completely satisfied. As a traditional practice, nodes were regarded as an afterthought for sprinkler systems operated via manual With the new controllers' convenience, the system transitions to a legitimate wireless alternative with no underground wiring problems. In Hunter's software, I hope they incorporate the ability to remotely see and change the controller programming, whether that is on your computer or on an iPad. Thus, you could set up programs at your desk and have them downloaded once you are in close proximity to your controller remote. By doing so, you would be able to prevent the accidental overlap of run times as seasons and weather conditions change. If I were to change all six of my controller programs simultaneously, it would be faster and easier. In at least seventy percent of cases, the new units have reduced the size by at least that much.

Kehlani Vega
Kehlani Vega
| Aug 11, 2020
I am very pleased with this product
5/5

This product is very compact, very effective, and very.

Raina Sparks
Raina Sparks
| Mar 20, 2021

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