Are you still using multiple stand-alone controllers to irrigate your farm or chard?
Typical Park Management
Multiple control systems with single purpose functions
Inconsistent approach to data management for all parks
Smarter Irrigation Control
A single system that provides multiple control and monitoring functions
Mobile phone remote access
Remote Access To Control and/or Monitor:
Multiple pumps with or without variable speed control to manage the pressure in the lines using automatic pump quantity control.
Liquid fertiliser dosing through the irrigation system saves time and money. Dosing is preceded by soil wetting and followed by watering in.
Liquid fertiliser or wetting agent dosing into the irrigation system with soil moisture feedback to 40 cm deep.
Where multiple solenoids are required that may need expansion in the future, 2-wire decoders can link 100 solenoids to a single cable
Using submersible level transmitters in each tank, your water supply will be recorded and displayed in graphical format.
Using the Modbus protocol multiple locations can be connected using the mobile phone network or via radios.
State of the art aeration control that manages your grain in storage using ambient air cooling & drying
Rain on demand with a system that allows full vehicle access and fits any size block of land
Allocate fuel to each activity on your farm using a swipe card in each vehicle
More than an irrigation controller, the Smarter Irrigation controller is not just the easiest controller to use but its programmable logic heart, lets you control everything on your farm’s irrigation system.
So from pumps to dams and even video cameras, you have it all in the palm of your hand using mobile phones, tablets or PCs.