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DIG Hose End Bluetooth Timer

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$49.95

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SKU:
TDBOHE-BT
MPN:
BOHE-BT

Description

DIG's Bluetooth Hose End Timer features low-energy wireless technology and easy programming. The Bluetooth Hose End timer is waterproof and provides reliable irrigation control via your smartphone or tablet. This timer's rugged and waterproof design is ideal for use in residential home garden applications or where AC power is unavailable. Download DIG's free DIG BTT app to control any number of DIG Bluetooth hose end timers and controllers through supported Android or iPhone smart devices from up to 50 feet.

Features:

  • Programmed entirely using DIG BTT app
  • Operates with any supported Android or iPhone smart device
  • Bluetooth communication range: up to 50 feet (15m)
  • Non-volatile memory retains program and timer integrity (excluding time)
  • Manual irrigation cycle can be performed via the app, or the timer's manual program button or via solenoid
  • 3/4" Hose Thread
  • One button reset the timer to factory defaults or to run manually without a smartphone
  • Waterproof IP34 certified

Specifications:

  • Pressure Range: 10 -120 PSI
  • Flow Range: 14.2 gallons per minute (GPM)
  • Duration: Max 12 hours
  • Batteries: two AA industrial alkaline (not included)
  • Warranty: 3 years
  • Manufacturer's Part Number: BOHE-BT

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