Rainbird 3 Station Expansion Module for ESP Irrigation Controllers
The three station module for ESP-Controllers easily upgrades a 4-station base model to 13 stations with the addition of this 3-station hot-swappable module at installation or in the future, which can be added without powering down the controller. The unit can be installed in any available slot. Its 5-year lithium battery and non-volatile memory keep dates, times, and program schedules up to date even with interruptions like a power outage. Its surge protection is unbeatable, withstanding nearly 3 times higher electrical surges than competitive controllers.
The module is also fuseless and uses a state of the art diagnostic circuit breaker to identify a station with valve or wiring problems while continuing to water operable stations. It expands easily from a 4 station base to 13 stations when you add other 3-station modules.
A 365-day calendar functions with leap-year intelligence so that any schedule you set will stay set, worry free, for years. The module also features four irrigation cycle modes: Custom 7-day calendar; cyclic 1-31 day interval; and odd/even day calendar.)
A Contractor Default System makes it easy for you to access your default program, even if it has been overriden by a homeowner. But the module is easy for your customers or homeowners to program themselves, as well. Rainbird's Extra Simple Programming style with larger LCD display allows the user to set time, date, and schedule. Global Season Adjust also offers the user the ability to re-adjust the valves in every program with the push of a button.
• Easy to install
• Works with either indoor or outdoor ESP4M Controller
• Adds three stations to controller
• Model: ESPSM3
• Product number: F38200
• Base controller sold separately
5 year trade through the manufacturer
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