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Rainy Weather Headed Your Way? Control Your Sprinkler System During Wet Weather

Cyber-Rain 01XCISC08-G Complete XCI Cloud System with Gateway, 16-Zone

 

Cyber Rain’s XCI Cloud is a ground-breaking smart sprinkler controller which conserves water used in landscaping by irrigating plants based on their needs instead of pre-scheduled timers. The power of the internet along with existing sensors and detailed information about the plants, their locations and their soils are all used to create a simple and affordable water-wise irrigation system. This complete kit includes everything you need to convert your existing sprinkler system into an intelligent web-enabled irrigation system.

The XCI Cloud complete kit includes a wireless access point which connects to the internet allowing the Cloud to receive live weather information free of charge, for adjusting watering needs and allowing the user to monitor, program, or control the system remotely from anywhere in the world. This saves you water and money on your utility bill, as well as preventing the hassle and cost of plant replacement. The XCI Cloud stops the sprinkler system on rainy days, automatically decreases the watering schedule on cold or humid days, and increases it on hot and dry days. The slope of the land where each plant is located is taken into consideration to prevent wasted water from run off. It also saves water and plants by alerting you of any failed or broken valves. Unlike timer systems, Cyber-Rain keeps track of exactly how much water your sprinkler system is using allowing you to compare your ‘before’ and ‘after’ water bills to see the difference. Read More

Attention Southern California Residents: SoCal Water$mart is providing rebates to residential customers of participating Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) and participating water agencies. The rebates are being offered for those purchasing water conservation devices; this includes the Cyber-Rain Computer-Controlled Sprinkler System.

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