Model # EDYN-001

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Edyn Garden Sensor
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Edyn

Garden Sensor

  • Know what your garden needs: nutrition, light and moisture.
  • Get real-time guidance sent to your phone.
  • Never overwater or underwater your plants again.
$99.97 /each

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Edyn keeps you connected to your garden, so you always know precisely what's needed to keep your plants healthy. Plant the solar-powered Garden Sensor in your soil to continuously monitor environmental conditions in your garden. It connects to your Wi-Fi network to send you valuable insights through the corresponding Edyn app.

  • Continuous monitoring: Edyn tracks light, humidity, temperature, soil nutrition and moisture.
  • Real-time guidance: Get tailored tips and notifications based on your gardens conditions and the weather forecast.
  • Garden diagnostic: Edyn analyzes your garden to discover which plants best match its conditions and climate.
  • Plant database: Discover new plants with Edyn's database of over 5,000 varieties.
  • Wi-Fi connected: Monitor your garden from anywhere.
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DOes this purchase include the valve?

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July 13, 2015
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No. That's separate. I think the valve is shipping in 1-2 months (unless you pre-order it via Kickstarter).
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July 23, 2015
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No. This product only contains the Edyn sensor. The watering valve will be sold separately at a later time.
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July 15, 2015
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no, they are separate. To get the full value of this product you need to buy the valve.
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July 14, 2015
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I was an early "adopter of this product' Ordered it in March of 2015 expecting to receive both the probe and valve system. I got only the probe and now it seems that is only what is available. I paid for both. This system would be perfect if the valve were part of the package as it states on the website, otherwise save you money. Probe is nice but without the automatic water valve this whole system is Read More
I was an early "adopter of this product' Ordered it in March of 2015 expecting to receive both the probe and valve system. I got only the probe and now it seems that is only what is available. I paid for both. This system would be perfect if the valve were part of the package as it states on the website, otherwise save you money. Probe is nice but without the automatic water valve this whole system is useless Read Less
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working time without sun?

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How long does the battery lasts without sun exposure??
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The measurement frequency is every 20 minutes. After 60 days without sun the device will be at 0% battery charge until it receives more sunlight.
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Ok, what about after 60 days?
Additionally, what is the measurement frequency?
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April 5, 2016
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About 60 days
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Does this product need internet to be connected with the cell phone?

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December 31, 2015
I mean if do I need to have internet in my garden?
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Yes, you need a wifi signal to your garden. I believe it needs to be 300 ft from the wifi signal.
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Yes you do need wifi in the garden and a smartphone.
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January 24, 2016
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Yes, you need WiFi and the Edyn mobile app on your phone or computer to use this product.
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Is the Edyn programmed to be tailored to the different environmental conditions around the country?

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July 28, 2015
Different regions of the US have differing climates. Variables like the amount of sunlight, pH, oxygen levels, and temperature, differ from region to region. Does the Edyn have the capacity to take these variables in to account, or are there specific Edyns for different areas?
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Yes, the Edyn sensor measures sunlight, temperature, soil levels and other things and factors these into it's watering recommendations and automatic watering via the Edyn Valve. All of these readings will work in any region.
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Edyn is designed to measure the environmental conditions specifically in your garden and soil. In a way it should be more accurate and insightful than just looking at your local weather report.
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Hi Steve,
That is what they claim but based on one month of experience I cannot yet confirm or deny as more testing will be required but I'm not impressed so far
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 37 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wonderful product and terrific support Received a sensor from my in-laws back in June as a birthday present and have really enjoyed it. I have a very brown thumb, so knowing when to water and fertilize my flowers in the front flower beds has been a tremendous help. My sensor died suddenly this weekend, and today I emailed their support address. They are going to be sending me a new one, as it was covered by a warranty. Could not be happier with my experience and I will definitely be purchasing another sensor in the spring. October 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Customer Service I am using this device and it really helps me to keep track of my garden. Eden has as well a very personal customer support and was very helpful in solving my problem. Thinking about buying the valve but since I am living in Germany the shipping is my the only issue. August 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works just fine-no issues A bit expensive, but works just fine! I have the Edyn Garden sensor for about one month and going to buy the second one. It seems to be very solidly built, the reading of temperature, soil moisture as well as humidity are correct and consistent. Picks WiFi signal better than some other WiFi garden devices (Orbit b-hyve irrigation timers for example). I would recommend to use the bigger print for the manual, as well as to provide more information about Edyn Garden sensor functionalities (like nutrition read out). However I do not see though any reason for low rating. July 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by does not work I have 4 of these and all but one has had the same moisture reading for months.....even on the watering days. The one sensor that has a changed in readings is suspect. The moisture readings change does not corelate to thr watering schedule. Junk - save your money. August 3, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by A bit disappointing The Edyn Garden Sensor was easy to set up and uses a really cool patterned modulation of your smartphone screen to communicate with a light sensor on the underside of the device during pairing. However, the device and software leave lots of room to improve. My unit did not properly sense soil moisture content; I am currently processing a swap, hopefully for a unit that works. Also, the choice of crops is quite limited. For instance there are only about four or five rather obscure tomato breeds, and none of the more common ones. Last, the software seemed confused about planting time and method. I indicated I had planted Garlic, but the choice I had for method were either from seed or from starter plant - what does one choose when planting from cloves? I tried both, and entered last November as the planting date, but in both instances it told me that my garlic would sprout soon, when in fact it was already quite mature and nearly ready for harvest, so the sense of seasonal timing in my growing zone seems rather far off. Aside from that, it's pretty cool to see the graphs of sunlight, moisture (if it worked), and "nutrition" (actually just electrical conductivity) versus time, and I hope the replacement unit will function properly and provide a more satisfying soil moisture data. Then, maybe I'll buy the irrigation controller. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product, with great support I'm now into my second season using my Edyn. Bought in as part of Kick Starter program and have been delighted that I did. The Sensor does what it is supposed to do. Reads my soil's moisture, nutrients, humidity and light levels reliably. Had some early problems/questions. Support has always been quick and responsive. I think some of my issues were due to a weak WiFi signal all the way back in my garden. Finally downloaded a WiFi Analyzer App on my phone and verified this, and installed a WiFi Extender in the house. Issues solved! As a bonus, I have a much stronger signal for streaming and other smart devices. Love the fact that I can check on my garden using my phone no matter where I am and that the APP information and interface keeps getting better and better. July 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great help in the garden! This is a great device for getting strong, healthy plants. Paired with the water valve, you can "almost" set it and forget it as far as putting your plants in the ground and just waiting to harvest. I still have to weed, pick suckers off the tomato plants, etc. but once you get your soil to the right nutrition values and the watering correct, it makes it so easy to grow your own produce! July 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty, but useless I got this device from the EDYN's website months ago before it was launch on home depot. It's beautiful, but completely useless. Starting with the app (I use iphone), the only features that actually work are the Temperature and Light measurements. Nutrition, Moisture, and Humidity measurements are very slow to update (it'll take 1 day to update). Then after 4 months, the Moisture feature is completely non-responsive. I'd water my raised garden bed for 2 days and it'll still say Moisture is below 5%, same happened on a rainy day. The plant dictionary is pretty much non-existing. Everything is either "Mid-season" or "Sprouting soon" even though I already configured it to be "Starter Plant" instead of from "Seeds". There is a brief description per plant, but all of that can easily be googled. No value added whatsoever. September 2, 2015
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