Rain Sensors

Rain sensors are designed to prevent your sprinkler system from running in the rain. There are two types of rain/freeze sensors, wired and wireless. A rain/freeze sensor shuts off your irrigation system when there is freezing temperatures to protect your sprinkler system from getting damaged.

Rain and wireless rain/freeze sensors are becoming “must have” components for all irrigation systems. They are easy to install, no ladders are needed to attach to onto a high building, there are no messy wires to get damaged from landscaping. Wireless rain sensors can be placed up to several hundred feet away from the irrigation system. 

Upgrading your current rain sensor to a wireless rain sensor will conserve water, save time and improve irrigation system performance and lifespan.  

Your sprinkler system automatically shuts off when it rains, so you don’t have to worry when you’re home or away. Rain Sensors offers flexible, multiple rainfall settings which are quick and easy to adjust with a twist of the dial.

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