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DIG

Model # ECO1ASV.075

Internet # 203766359

Store SKU # 260829

Solar Powered Irrigation Timer with Anti-Siphon Valve

$59.97 /each
  • Completely waterproof

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Model # ECO1ASV.075

Internet # 203766359

Store SKU # 260829

Store SO SKU # 531677

DIG offers a smart and sustainable solar powered irrigation timer with ¾ in. anti-siphon valve, powered solely by ambient light (solar) and doesn’t use batteries or an AC power source. The ECO1 requires no direct sunlight and can obtain enough power from surrounding light to operate both day and night in any weather condition. In addition, the ECO1 employs 20 preset SimpleSmart programming which automatically adjusts daily irrigation schedules and help eliminate over and under watering - ensuring a healthy landscape while saving water.

  • Environmentally friendly uses clean, renewable solar power with no backup battery or AC power
  • Use for drip irrigation or sprinkler systems
  • Includes a professional grade 3/4 in. anti-siphon valve
  • No direct sunlight required
  • Saves water
  • Rain sensor compatible
  • Watering frequency can be programmed to water on any or all days of the week with up to 5 start times per day to accommodates the differing watering needs of your plants
  • Run times from 1 minute to 6 hours
  • Automatically adjusts for seasonal changes using the easy to set SimpleSmart technology irrigation programming
  • Can be set with daily or monthly restrictions that comply with city and municipal watering restrictions cods
  • Power level meter indicates the approximate charge (energy available)
  • On activation, the timer display indicates program is running and if any programming feature is active
  • Program On/Off button: allows the user to turn off the timer and reactivate it as desired
  • Energy conservation; after fifteen minutes the timer screen is turned off automatically
  • 12 month budgeting to increase or decrease watering in 5% increments and up to 200%
  • Operating pressure: 20 to 125 PSI (recommended operating pressure: 10 to 80 psi)
  • Flow range: .25 to 20 GPM 3 year warranty
  • 3 year warranty

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
8.25 
Product Width (in.) 
7.5 
Details
Features 
Electronic,Irrigated,Smart Timer 
Included 
No Additional Items Included 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Outdoor 
Irrigation System Component 
Controller/Timer 
Mount Location 
Freestanding 
Number of Programs 
Number of Zones 
Odd/Even 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Type 
Electrical 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
3 year warranty 

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Number of Programs: 1
Number of Zones: 1 - 5
Included: No Additional Items Included
Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
Price: $50 - $100
Brand: DIG
Review Rating: 2 & Up
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what is the solar output voltage?

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Not much, just enough to charge a 1.5v battery is my guess, don't have a manual nearby.
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The solar cell is very small, and charges a small storage battery. The solenoids IIRC are 12v, so to charge 12v worth of batteries, you would need 14-15 volts or so. The current out put from a cell this size would be measured in mA.
However, all of mine went bad. The displays went blank and they won't power on or operate. And they leak. This is a really good idea of a product, but they quality is really Read More
The solar cell is very small, and charges a small storage battery. The solenoids IIRC are 12v, so to charge 12v worth of batteries, you would need 14-15 volts or so. The current out put from a cell this size would be measured in mA.
However, all of mine went bad. The displays went blank and they won't power on or operate. And they leak. This is a really good idea of a product, but they quality is really bad. If they could make these in a high quality version, I'd buy them, but sadly they are cheap junk. All of mine went into the trash. Read Less
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Great Question divad. Unfortunately there is no info. either on the box, product or internet. However being that this valve is for turning on and off a timer, I would guess the voltage is very low. Hope this helps. Andy
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How do I set the timer for multiple days

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How do I set the timer for multiple days for the same time
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by on my 2nd unit - totally satisfied I have not had any of the grief described at all in the lower rated reviews. I am on my 2nd one because the first one started to leak after 3 years in the hot AZ sun. (The 2nd one I installed in the shade, since it only requires ambient light to charge.) I have zero complaints about this model, and love hove seriously programmable it is, I mean there are so many options, it would take an entire year to test them all. I love this unit and highly recommend it. April 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I don't recommend this one I had the battery (9 volt style- no longer offered) installed previously for about 1 year on my irrigation system, when the solenoid on the valve quit working. I wanted to replace it with a solar one, as it would be too much trouble to run power to the location. In my local area all I could find were the solar ones with the back flow preventer. I was very hesitant about purchasing this style model but went ahead with the purchase, as my time was short for leaving AZ. for the summer. As soon as I installed this, I hated it! As the back flo preventer wasted more water than I thought was necessary for safety reasons. I arrived back home in AZ. last fall to find this valve not shutting off completely. I have since ripped this model out and went with an Orbit battery one which, I hope I have better luck with. The Orbit unit seems much more quality construction than either of the Dig units I have used in the past.. Great Idea! just poor quality. April 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Timer I think the dig solar timer is one of the best ways to water areas where wires for other valves would be a major task to install. January 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Product was easy to install if you read and follow instructions carefully. Just the right Timer for a small back yard garden. Have had no issues with the System. March 11, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by close but no shut off I have 4 of the battery operated version of this anti-siphon valve and when they work they are great. This new solar powered version is the same or better build quality. The issue I have had is that sometimes the valve wont shut off. I've tried cleaning them internally and making sure there is a full charge, it just doesnt shut off. one of the battery operated one does the same thing. be prepared to change them out until you find one that works and it seems like this is the only game in town for remote watering July 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bad batch, otherwise pretty cool For those with dead ones, look at the sticker under the programming unit and see if it says SW 1.43. If so, its from a bad batch (from China? no, really?). The good news is DIG Corp stands behind their product 100%, so call them in Vista CA, talk to Felipe or Stuart in Tech Support, tell them what you have and mail it back to them, and they will send you a new one. Bad news for my plants that have suffered and died though. August 19, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by lasted a year or so With our water rationing this is more important than ever. Was trying to find my receipt - naturally it is gone. I had the cover open while I was changing a sprinkler head (to turn it on and off) and the thing just died. Don't know if it was the 105 heat that did it but it is good - as long as it lasts - but I don't think it is of good quality - design - materials? Can't say. July 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Does not last I have two of these, and both are dead. After a while the panel goes blank and you have no control, and it stops working. It is a great concept, but these are very unreliable. June 17, 2015
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