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Rain Bird 100-DVF 1" Inlet Residential Sprinkler Valve w/Flow Control
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Economical irrigation valve for residential and light commercial applications where flow control is required.
- Incorporates all features of DV Series Valves
- 60 percent easier system tuning with power steering flow control
- Unique, easy to turn, patented pressure assisted mechanism
- Double-filtered pilot-flow design for maximum reliability
- Balanced-pressure diaphragm for long life
- External bleed to manually flush system of dirt and debris during installation and system start-up
- Internal bleed for spray-free manual operation
- Energy-efficient, low-power encapsulated solenoid with captured plunger and 90-mesh (200 micron) solenoid filter
- Buna-N diaphragm with self-cleaning 90 mesh (200 micron) pilot water filter and captive spring
- Operates in low-flow and Xerigation applications when the RBY filter is installed upstream
- 1.25" (3,2 cm) stainless steel phillips head screws
- Accepts latching solenoid for use with Rain Bird battery-operated controllers
- Model: 100-DVFOperating Range
- Pressure: 15 to 150 psi (1,03 to 10,34 bar)
- Flow: 0.2 to 40 gpm (0,05 to 9,08 m/h; 0,76 to 151,40 l/m)
- Water Temperature: Up to 110 degrees F (43 degrees C)
- Ambient Temperature: Up to 125 degrees F (52 degrees C)Electrical Specifications
- 24VAC 50/60 Hz (cycles/sec.) solenoid
- Inrush Current: 0.30 A (7.2 VA) at 60 Hz
- Holding Current: 0.19 A (4.6 VA) at 60 Hz
- Coil Resistance: 42-55 ohmsDimensions
- Height: 5 3/5" (14,2 cm)
- Height (Angle): 6 1/8" (15,5 cm)
- Length: 4 3/8" (11,1 cm)
- Length (Angle): 3 3/4" (9,5 cm)
- Length (MM): 5 3/8" (13,6 cm)
- Length (MB): 5 3/4" (14,6 cm)
- Width: 3 1/3" (8,4 cm)
- 5 year trade through the manufacturer
- Customer Reviews
Best Clean Water Value Available
If you use clean water for your irrigation, then look no further. I have installed thousands of these over the last decade, and they are the standard that I judge all other by. The flow-control can be used for fine tuning the zone, which makes water conservation and better performance easier to achieve. If you are running unfiltered dirty/ reclaimed water through the system, you want a 100-PEB or PESB. But if you have a good main-line filter, or are using normal culinary (house or city) water, you should get quite a few years out of it. The body almost never goes bad (unless it breaks because water was left in it over the winter and it froze, or debris got inside and wore-down the insides). With such a solid framework, the only things you will ever service are the guts (the rubber diaphragm inside) or the solenoid. Both of which are very easy to do.
on 02-03-2012 by Lyon
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- Questions & Answers
On the east side of the house I have 3-Rainbird 100-DVF valves, each in its own box with the boxes about 1" apart (Zones 1,2 &3). All three boxes are bone dry. On the north side of the house I have an identical setup (Zones 4, 5 &6) except all three valves are always under water. Why are these always under water?by Arthur S. on 04-21-2013
That would be a question you would want to ask Rainbird to see why this might be happening.800-282-1933on 04-24-2013Please login or register before adding a question.