Hunter NODE 6 Station Battery Operated Controller | HTRNODE600

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Shop for Hunter NODE 6006 stationFor outdoor useConventional, non-modular1 sensor inputNon-wifiBattery-operated controller for automatic irrigation without AC powerBattery-life indicator for battery replacement FEATURES AND BENEFITS For isolated sites and power-restricted areas, the Hunter NODE is the smart, reliable solution. The NODE mounts to a valve's solenoid quickly and easily, and without screws, drills or additional wires. The unit's solid construction and full waterproof exterior ensure it can handle the harsh environment of any valve box. The NODE is powered by one or two 9V alkaline batteries and provides standard or extended power throughout the season. Along with exceptional reliability, the NODE features an easy-to-program LCD screen, the ability to control a Pump Master Valve, and is faster to program with Hunter's simple wizard with 3 programs and 4 start times per program. The array of programming options and rugged reliability make the NODE a compact, but powerful irrigation controller with the flexibility of battery or solar power. PRODUCT DETAILS Battery-life indicator for battery replacementWaterproof enclosure seal protects against water ingress3 flexible programs with 4 start times each and up to 6-hour run timesSuspend irrigation up to 99 days during the off-seasonEasy Retrieve memory backs up the full irrigation schedule if ever changedSeasonal adjustment for quicker schedule adjustments without changing run timesSolar panel provides maintenance-free operationMounts to Hunter solenoids, pipes, flat surfaces, or inside the valve boxDimensions:Diameter: 3 1/2"Height: 2 1/2"Station output: 9-11 VDCP/MV output: 9-11 VDC (multi-station models)Warranty: 2 years


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Number of Stations:
6 Station
For Use With:
Rain-Clik® Sensors, Rain Freeze Clik Sensor, Freeze Sensor, Wind Sensor