Patented full program display on the industry’s largest screen – One screen shows zones with run times, watering days, number of start times and special features such as seasonal adjust, zone grouping and restore program.
Flow sensor and weather station capable – Connect up to two hard wired flow meters and three additional meters attached to decoders out in the field. K-Rain® Weather Station connects directly to the controller and has the ability to modify run times.
Rain sensor and rain/freeze sensor ready – Allows automated operation to be controlled by sensor
Advanced diagnostics – Provides an interactive fault log to track completed repairs. The display shows on which line a fault occurred as well as the outgoing and incoming signal strength to each decoder to better locate a problem. Ability to display real-time current draw on the main screen at all times.
Full keyboard – Makes naming zones, programs and overall programming simple and intuitive.
Station Run Times: 1 second to 9:59:59 Programs A, B, C, D, E, & F
Start Times: 6 per program
Watering Schedule: 7 Day Calendar (any day of the week), odd or even days, interval watering up to 31 days
Operating Temperature: 0°–140°F (18°–60° C)
Zone Capacity: 99, Zone groups limited to 6 zones and 1 MV/PS per primary line up, add up to 12 zones (A and B total).
Pump Start Requirements: Pump Starts wired directly to the controller require a K-Rain 1520 or 1510 mini coil power relay. Remote pump start relays on the 2-wire path require a K-Rain 3410 Optical Pump Start Relay in conjunction with a K-Rain 1520 or 1510 mini coil power relay.
Perfect for use on large commercial, industrial and residential sites, SiteMaster controls up to 99 zones. User-friendly, this innovative controller offers advanced diagnostics along with easy setup and operation.Along with the ability to run up to 99 zones, the SiteMaster has an extra large 5" X 3" display screen with a full keyboard for easy naming and displays watering days, number of start times, number of stations and specialized programming.
General Log Screen – Captures every piece of data sent and received by the controller
Fault Log Screen – Specific to faults that have occurred. It is also interactive. Issues can be marked as FIXED as they are resolved
Decoder Status Check Screen – Can be run at any time. It will show you the line each decoder is on, the Outgoing Signal Strength (OSS) and the Incoming Signal Strength (ISS). The unit saves the last check so you can review it before running it again.