Hunter - NODE-200 - 2 Station Battery Operated Controller
For isolated sites and power-restricted areas, the Hunter Node is the smart, reliable solution. The Node mounts to a valves solenoid quickly and easily, and without screws, drills or additional wires. The units solid construction and waterproof exterior ensure it can handle the harsh environment of a valve box. The Node is powered by one or two 9V 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 Master Valve, and uses standard Hunter controller programming 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 power.
*Compatible with all brands of 9v DC battery operated latching solenoids!
- Battery powered
- Number of stations: 2
- Type: Fixed
- Enclosure: Outdoor
- Independent programs: 3
- Start times per program: 4
- Max. station run time: 6 hrs
- Manual Cycle
- Accepts one or two 9-volt batteries for extended battery life
- Solenoid wire length up to 100 ft. (18 AWG)
- Programmable Off
- Warranty period: 2 years
- Solenoids Sold Separately!
- Operates DC latching solenoids (only) 9-11 VDC
- Pump/master valve: 2,4 or 6-station models only
- Wired sensor inputs: 1
- Operating temperature: 0º F to 140º F
- Power source: 9-volt battery (up to two) or Solar Panel with 800 mAh charging cell
- DC Latching solenoids (P/N 458200)
- IP68, CE, FCC, C-tick
Maximum Wire Run
- 18 AWG 100 FT
Learn about Hunters battery operated sprinkler controller - Node. The Node controller requires the use of DC latching solenoids. To create a program on the Node sprinkler timer you will need a start time, run time, and days to water. To get started, learn about the buttons on the Node sprinkler clock. To turn the Node display on, hold any button down. Use the arrow buttons to navigate through the settings, the plus and minus buttons to adjust a given option, and the center button to change the page or advance to the next feature.