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Zigbee Tap Timer

Tech Spec 1. Valve open by percentage to reduce water hammer damage; 2. Smart Watering & Rain Delay, This watering timer has weather sense. It will check local weather forecasts, then adjust the watering schedule or start rain delay automatically as you set. 3. 50m range from Sprinkler Timer to gateway 4. 30-1200kPa operating pressure 5. 20/25mm Tap Fitting


How To Set up QOTO zigbee tap timer And A Simple Drip irrigation system
Step 1: Set up the zigbee tap timer
Attach the timer inlet to the outdoor faucet/spigot turning clockwise - hand tighten only. From the timer outlet connect a drip irrigation system or a garden hose.

Step 2: Filter
Install a filter so your emitters or drippers don't become clogged.

Step 3: Reduce Pressure
Most household water systems are at 40-80 pounds of pressure, but you would need the pressure for your drip system at about 25 pounds of pressure.You can open the valve by small angle to reduce water pressure

Step 5: Plan Your System

Keep in mind that for each 1/4 inch branch line with 1/2 gallon per hour emitters,  you can only run:

up to about 19 feet of 1/4 inch drip line with emitters at 6 inch spacing

up to about 25 feet of 1/4 inch drip line with emitters at 9 inch spacing

up to about 34 feet of 1/4 inch drip line with emitters at 12 inch spacing

Below is a rough sketch of a small garden layout using 1/4 inch drip line at 6″ spacing.

Step 6: Run Supply Lines

You can use a hose thread (not pipe thread) connector to attach your line(s) directly to your Hose end water timer. The end of the hose can be bent back or capped off. You can buy the 1/2 inch blank supply lines in 100′ rolls. You can also buy 1/4″ blank tubing to run from your 1/2″ supply line to your drip line. Or you might want to use 1/4″ blank tubing to bridge a walkway or go up to a container planting.

Step 7: Install Drip Lines

Step 8: Test For Leaks and Adjust

Check your whole system for leaks and make sure that all the drip lines are dripping. Test the irrigation controller and play around with the length of time it takes to adequately water your garden. You will need to adjust the duration to match your soil, weather, mulch and type of vegetables. A good starting point would be 1 hour every three days assuming the weather is warm and dry.

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