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Model 57101

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1 in. FPT Auto Inline NFC Valve

$12.57 /each

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The Orbit 150 psi Automatic Inline Valve features a heavy-duty self-cleaning design that promotes a long, trouble-free service life. This valve's reverse-flow design prohibits the free flow of water to limit potential water waste and flooding damage, and a manual on/off bypass lever makes testing and flushing sprinkler lines easy.

  • Compatible with standard residential 24-Volt sprinkler systems
  • 1 in. female national pipe thread
  • Fail-safe reverse-flow design prohibits the free flow of water from a ruptured diaphragm to limit the potential for water waste and flooding damage
  • Heavy-duty self-cleaning design
  • Manual on/off bypass lever for easy testing and flushing
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Does this unit have backflow prevention

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Palm Springs, CA
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May 26, 2014
The 3/4 inch inline NFC the same valve as this states that it has backflow prevention but this 1 inch does not state that it has backflow prevention Please specify.,
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Matthews, NC, USA
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June 2, 2014
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It does not matter as most states do not accept the valves with backflow prevention enough. All systems require a above ground back flow preventer to guarantee the safety of the drinking source water. Usually it is required that the units be tested annually and there is no way to test the reliability of a valve under ground.
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May 27, 2014
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No, you would need to purchase anti-siphon valves or separate back flow prevention device.
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No it does not!
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Can I hook this up with a thermostat?

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Kingman AZ
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September 10, 2014
I want to set the misters in my greenhouse to come when it's hot
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If you were to have an electric thermostat that sends a signal at certain temperatures, it could work.
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No, it cannot.
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How do I operate the manual on/off lever?

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Hood River, OR
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June 7, 2014
I have one of these in my hand. The valve appears closed, and the lever will not go further toward the "off" position, so I assume it is off. However, when I turn the lever toward "on", the lever itself will not turn without taking the solenoid with it. And it doesn't just turn until a stopping point, but rather, turns until the solenoid is disconnected and comes out.

So, does this only work when water pressure is applied? How far am I supposed to turn it, or is the solenoid not supposed to spin when I turn this lever?

Thanks.
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Peyton, CO
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To open the valve, turn the valve toward the "ON" direction about half a turn. That is all it needs. If you continue to turn, that will remove the solenoid
I am assuming you were turning it not connected to anything. In a system, a partial turn toward the on position will have water running through the valve and you can hear that. If you continue to turn, water will shoot up from where the solenoid was Read More
To open the valve, turn the valve toward the "ON" direction about half a turn. That is all it needs. If you continue to turn, that will remove the solenoid
I am assuming you were turning it not connected to anything. In a system, a partial turn toward the on position will have water running through the valve and you can hear that. If you continue to turn, water will shoot up from where the solenoid was disconnected. Read Less
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June 9, 2014
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This will only work when it is installed and there is water pressure. What the lever does is release the solenoid slightly, which opens the diaphragm within the valve and allow the water to flow through.
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What is the bore size(inside size) of 1 inch valve.

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(http://www.homedepot.com/buy/outdoors-garden-center-watering-sprinklers/orbit-150-psi-automatic-inline-valve-190322.html)
I mean some of valve inside electrically open area is smaller than 1 inch. so there will be bottle neck on water flow. also please let me know whether is this valve normally open or normally closed ?

Quick response will be highly appreciated
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Valves are always closed until told to open manually or by electronic command. The size of the opening does not really effect anything because most home systems are fed by a 3/4 delivery off of your meter. The actual bore size of opening is 1 & 1/8th as it is set for receiving pipe and not being received.
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June 18, 2012
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The inlet size is 1 inch, and it also has a 1 inch pipe thread. Thanks!
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Orbit valves. I've been using orbit valves for about a year so far so good!!! August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install sprinkler valve An easy to install and use sprinkler valve. I have been using these for years. August 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't waste your money or time!! Installed 4, 1 inch valves. 3 of the 4 either would not open or would not close. I took them all out and replaced with Irritrol valves, no issue, they open and close. I had to rate to post a review, if not, I wouldnt even give this product 1 star. August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy replacement valve Easy for DIY replacement sprinkler valve. Just unscrew the old one and screw in the new one and hook up the two wires just like the old one was. Reasonably priced replacement. June 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worthless Worked for about a week then wouldn't shut off. Took it apart and it was clean so nothing stuck in. I had to replace every one in the system. I had the same problem with this same valve about 16 years ago, thought they had them figured out by now but I guess not. May 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Broke 30 min after installing After cutting, gluing, and waiting this brand new valve split on the top and water leaked everywhere. 2 hours wasted. May 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Does not shut off Purchased two valves. 1st one failed within a week. 2nd one failed after 3 weeks. Also purchased Toro and Rainbird valves and not a single problem with them. Real shame because the Orbit controllers are top notch. Don't be fooled, pay a couple bucks more for a better valve. April 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product the 1 in with the 3/4 inch reducer makes a no brainer for those of us that forget Everything is included in the box this product makes it easy for those of us who have to deal with 1" inlet to 3/4 outlet . March 5, 2016
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