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Model # 62056

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1-Port Single Dial Timer

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Model # 62056

Internet # 100126132

Store SKU # 664254

One dial allows complete timer control functionality. Cycles easily from set clock, set watering time, how often, how long, then run program. A rain delay is built into the run program function. A manual button allows program interruption.

  • Oversized features for ease of use
  • Rain delay for water conservation
  • Heavy duty weatherproof construction
  • Battery operated
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
10.25 
Product Width (in.) 
6.5 in 
Details
Automatic Shut-off 
Yes 
Features 
Battery Back-up,Digital Display,Drip and Soaker Hose Compatible,Electronic,Irrigated,Manual Bypass,Programmable 
Hose-End Timer 
Yes 
Included 
No Additional Items Included 
Maximum Cycle Time (min.) 
Number of Cycles 
Number of Zones 
Power Source 
Battery 
Product Weight (lb.) 
.85 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
5 years 

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Once set up, when does the timer initiate the first watering cycle?

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July 28, 2013
If I set up the timer to water every 7 days, when will the first watering cycle happen: on the first day after I've set up it, then wait 6 more days before watering again, OR wait 6 whole days before it waters for the first time?
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La Puente, CA
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July 24, 2014
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It will turn on on its own according to the time you set it to turn on.
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July 24, 2014
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The first time it hits the time set to start. Set the current time properly for AM or PM.
If its currently 12:30 pm, and the unit is set to start at 1 pm, then it will start the cycle in 30 min from now :)
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Richmond, Virginia
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July 4, 2014
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At the time of day you specify, next time it rolls around. This presumes you set the internal clock (which I have found to be very accurate) for the current time of day when you set-up the programming.
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New Bedford, MA
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July 1, 2014
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The first watering cycle will occur when it reaches the start time for the first time.
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Ohio
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June 24, 2014
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Once the time and water-time is set, the unit should turn on (open) when the next cycle is scheduled. If you set it for 2 times a day to start at 6am and its currently 5pm, I believe the unit won't water until the next morning at 6am. If that is the case and you need water now, simply press the "manual" button, use +/- to choose your watering duration, and it will begin watering right there on the spot.
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Salt Lake City
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August 21, 2013
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it begins the moment that you turn the dial to automatic. you can push the "+"
button to have it start 24- 48- or 72- hours later.
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Escalante, UT
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July 29, 2013
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If you set the timer for after the time of day on the clock it will come on that day. Also the manual button will come on immediately for ten minutes if you need to get some water on drooping plants
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does this work with a sprinkler

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michigan
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June 26, 2015
I want it to water with a spinkler
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Escondido, Ca
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July 14, 2015
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Yes, You hook the unit up to a hose bibb, attach your hose to the unit and the other end of the hose to your sprinkler.
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Tacoma, Washington
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July 14, 2015
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I think it would. I use mine for a soaker hose in my garden and landscaping. This is basically just a valve that turns your water on and off. It should be able to turn your water on and off for your sprinkler. Good Luck!
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Idaho
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July 7, 2015
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Yes. Just hook the hose to the bottom and then run it out to wherever you need it, sprinkler, watering trough, drip system...
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Winter Haven, FL
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June 30, 2015
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Yes it fits on your hose bib. Set your sprinkler and turn it on and you are done.
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June 30, 2015
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Yes, you can connect this device with the sprinkler.
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June 30, 2015
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tess, this timer will work with sprinklers that attach to standard garden hoses. If you're looking for a timer that will connect to underground irrigation sprinklers, you'll need something more along the lines of the Orbit 57894 model. Should you have further questions, please don't hesitate to contact our Support team at 1-800-488-6156. Thanks!
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Can a Y-outlet be used with a single outlet timer so you can connect two hoses to operate on the same schedule?

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Dallas, TX
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July 21, 2015
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yes, I have a 'splitter' (connecting the timer to the faucet and then a hose to one side of the "Y" and a soaker hose.to the timer
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Escondido, Ca
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July 14, 2015
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Yes, you just buy a "Y" and thread that onto the unit and then attach your hoses to the Y.
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Tacoma, Washington
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Yes - in fact that is my set up as well. I have a hose connected that runs around to the far side of my back yard - and then a "Y" branches to one soaker hose in my garden and another that runs through my landscaping. And you'll note that I have another "Y" on my backyard faucet - one side for this timer and the other side is for the hose I use for other watering on my own schedule. This timer is Read More
Yes - in fact that is my set up as well. I have a hose connected that runs around to the far side of my back yard - and then a "Y" branches to one soaker hose in my garden and another that runs through my landscaping. And you'll note that I have another "Y" on my backyard faucet - one side for this timer and the other side is for the hose I use for other watering on my own schedule. This timer is basically just a valve that turns your water off and on - shouldn't make much difference what you connect it to. Read Less
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Macomb, MI
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June 30, 2015
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Yes a Y will work. I also use a Y for one timer hose and one use as needed hose. Just remember to leave the water on and turn off hose at the Y
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June 16, 2015
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How does an external Y-valve differ from the integral outlet referenced in your answer (regarding possible loss of water pressure)?
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June 15, 2015
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etu7diante, technically you could do that, yes. The main caution we'd leave with you - in regard to putting the Y-outlet below the timer - is that trying to run both hoses simultaneously may lead to a drop in water flow that could render your sprinklers far less effective. One recommendation, if having two hoses is a necessity for you, is to purchase a 2-outlet timer instead (such as the Orbit 56906).
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Is there a low battery indicator?

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Yes. There is a low battery icon in the display.
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Yes.
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Yes there is.
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Burbank, CA
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Yes. No full battery indicator, just one that shows that the battery is low.
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Yes, believe there is a low battery warning on screen, I install a new battery every spring though, cheaper than replacing my evergreens.I
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No, it does not.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 174 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worked for 3 days The product is easy to program and use. Unfortunately, it only worked for 3 days before it quit working. The timer no longer starts. It will work on manual but I can't trust it so I have to go back out to make sure it did turn off. This defeats the purpose of a timer. May 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Simple but good timer Easy to program, easy to assemble. Frequency of watering time can be changed with specific start time (cannot be several independent times). It is easy to adjust length of watering, it took only a few days to find the one that works for my raised garden with drip irrigation. So far so good after a month. Will see how long the battery lasts. I also like to use the manual start occasionally, after planting. April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It Lasts I've used this two years in a row for my sprinkler and it has help up well. I just had it out for the pre season check up, and seems to be working still. I like that the read out is large and the operation fairly simple. Not a bunch of buttons to keep track of. There are probably some with more options, but for a basic timer, set to water twice a day daily, it does the job for me. Use the right batteries as indicated in the instructions, and don't forget to take them out at the end of the season. March 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use Very simple and easy to use. No complicated programming like some other timers. I highly recommend it. March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by New Water Timer Technology My old water powered water timer quit working so I was ready to replace it - when I found this new device. Not only does it time the watering of my garden and landscaping, but it also can automatically turn itself on every three days (my preference setting) - instead of my having to go outside and initiate my timer every few days with my old timer. Seems to be waterproof and work ok in the "outside" environment. As you can see I added a "Y" so I can water with another hose. July 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Installation of Orbit 1 Port-to-PVC Mini System We recently went with Californian native plants in the front. Some of the displaced grass found its way into the backyard and actually grows better there than in the front. To facilitate this, I added a one head sprinkler system (It's a small area) T'd off an existing hose bib feeder. I dug short trenches which took about two hours in total. I used a piece of PVC with a nozzle attachment at the head and garden hose at the back using water pressure to push the pipe under a walkway. Next, I gathered all the necessary parts and pieces (a few I did not need and one incorrect piece included) of PVC to make the run from the hose bib to the sprinkler head. I also picked up a pair of PVC cutters ( a real life saver and much better than using a hack saw) and Christy's Red Hot Blue Glue to seal the joints. As you can see in the photos, I also used a piece of PVC flex to make removal and replacement of the timer very easy. The red ball valve is there in case the timer springs a leak or refuse to shut off. The sprinkler head is a $7.00 Rain Bird. A good Saturday's worth of work with a very satisfying outcome. Yet to be seen... performance and durability of Orbit timer. April 18, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Deck watering timer The timer was easy to program and easy to install. I like the simple everyday battery that is needed for it (batteries that are always in stock at house). Other timer purchased last year required 9v battery. The only part of this product that I did not like was that it did not have a cover for displays. Living in Texas, would in one years time fade out the display. I created a plastic cover and banded it to protect it from the sun. It's a clear cover so I took a picture of it first just in case display fades and I need to know where everything is to re-program for later changes. August 26, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor Quality We bought 6 of these in the Spring this year, on sale, at Home Depot. Seemed like a good deal. It is now October, and 3 of them are not working. One will not shut off even though the timer seems to be working. Two of them somehow got water inside the battery compartment and the battery terminals corroded. I learned of this when my tomatoes were suddenly drooping and I discovered they had not been getting any water. I see no reason why this should have happened, the timers were upright, and above the ground. They controlled soaker hoses, so there is no spray. And there were protected from the sun. All in all I did not even get one full season's use out of them. October 10, 2015
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