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Hozelock Electronic water Timer
Electronic water timer with daylight sensor that automatically waters daily at sunrise, sunset or both; the best time to water your garden to minimise water evaporation and leaf scorch, but it is not always convenient to do it yourself at these times of the day. Hozelock Sensor Controller takes care of this for you – it includes a daylight sensor that automatically adjusts your watering schedule to start at sunrise and sunset. No need to programme ever again, it will automatically change the start times to coincide with sunrise and sunset as the seasons change. The Sensor Controller is a versatile unit that can be used with Garden Sprinklers (up to 10 Bar), low pressure micro irrigation watering (1.5 Bar), or Water Butts (0.1 Bar). It is simple and easy to install with your watering system: screw straight onto a standard garden tap provided with a choice of 21mm (½” BSP), 26.5mm (¾” BSP) or 33.3mm (1” BSP) adaptors and insert 2 x AA Batteries (not supplied). Battery operated so no electric wiring needed.
Features and benefits
- Features an innovative daylight sensor for automatically adjusting watering schedule to water at sunrise, sunset or both
- Waters once or twice per day from 2, 5, 10, 20, 30 or 60 minutes
- Waters daily up to twice a day
- ‘Water now’ function up to 60 minutes
- Low battery indicator illustrates when the batteries require changing
- Fully compatible with water butts
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No manual override!
MrKeith128 - 4 months ago
As the title says, no manual override to set the system up!
Locks you out for 6 hours- can’t test if fitted ok
Mark Bush - 1 year ago
Installed timer with new batteries. When you first fit batteries it locks you out for 6 hours, but according to the instructions you can over-ride that by pressing a button on the unit.
But the over-ride doesn’t do that! So you have to wait 6 hours to check if everything is working ok.
Hose lock water timer
Disappointed 2019 - 2 years ago
Expected more from hozelock. Timer failed after first year. Clicks away trying to come on and therefore constantly draining batteries.
Welbo - 2 years ago
Had this timer for 4 years and replaced the batteries once but only because i lost them over winter would recomend
Replace every year, or sooner
MAH490922 - 3 years ago
Last year a new unit failed completely after 4 months. This year, new timer - After one month, needed new batteries but lasted 24 hours. replaced them with new Duracell again (tested ok beforehand), but a day later one of them had been exhausted. There’s an internal problem that needs to be fixed.