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Irritec Zero Pressure Battery Timer (Hose Thread)

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$39.95

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SKU:
TIZP
UPC:
8023058387215
MPN:
B5-EVOGT1

Reviews

  • Caroline - May 12th 2021

    5
    Great Product

    Super easy to set up, and works great!

  • Mary Lou - Apr 1st 2020

    4
    Irritec irrigation timer

    So far so good. I am using a rain barrel as a water source. It opens wide to let water through. My lettuce is happy.

Description

The new Green Timer EVO is a zero-pressure timer. This timer is ideal for gravity fed low-pressure systems. The TIZP uses a mechanical ball valve to open and close.

Features:

  • Easy-to-set-dials
  • Low battery indicator
  • Manual operation
  • Operates at zero pressure
  • Standard female hose thread (FHT) inlet and male hose thread (MHT) outlet
  • Time delay function up to 12 hours

Specifications:

  • Start Times: 1,2,3,4,6,8,12 hours or 1,2,3,7 days
  • Duration: Select 1, 3,5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 45, 60, 90 or 120 minutes
  • Pressure Range: 0 - 115 PSI
  • Flow Rate: Up to 7.5 gallons per minute (GPM) at 50 PSI
  • Batteries: Two AAA industrial alkaline (not included)
  • Warranty: 2 years
  • Manufacturer's Part Number: B5-EVOGT1

Easy to Program:

  • First dial sets duration - 1 minute up to 2 hours
  • Second dial sets frequency - Every hour up to once a week

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