Model # EDYN-002

Internet #205833449

Edyn Water Valve
0861216000129

Edyn

Water Valve

  • Automatically waters your plants based on what they really need.
  • Easily works with your existing irrigation system.
  • Wi-Fi connected - control from anywhere using your smartphone.
$5999 /each

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Product Overview

The Edyn Water Valve tailors watering to perfectly fit your plants’ needs. It automatically controls your existing irrigation system based on the local weather forecast, the plants you have in your garden, and data collected from the Edyn Garden Sensor. It connects to your Wi-Fi network so you can control from anywhere using your smartphone. Save water, lower your utility bills, and never worry about thirsty plants again.

  • Smart watering: Edyn waters your plants based on the weather and our database of over 5,000 plants. No more running your sprinklers in the rain.
  • Wi-Fi connected: Easily control your Water Valve through the corresponding Edyn app. Stay connected to your garden from anywhere.
  • Responsive scheduling: Efficiently manage your water usage. Set the time of day and maximum duration through your smartphone.
  • Made to live outdoors, just like plants: Edyn is resistant to sun, rain, moisture, common fertilizers, and pesticides. Rechargeable battery is solar-powered.
  • Monitor real-time conditions: Add the Edyn Garden Sensor to continuously monitor environmental conditions in your garden, including soil moisture.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can you use the Edyn water valve without buying the sensor?

Asked by: Bob
Yes absolutely. You cannot use the smart watering feature (automatic watering based on soil moisture) without the sensor.
Answered by: Gardenguy
Date published: 2016-08-04

Does it connect with the Melnor 4 line water timer?

Asked by: mak
No, that is a different product from a different manufacturer.
Answered by: Gardener
Date published: 2016-08-02

Can this water valve operate in low-light conditions? can you recharge the batteries outside of the unit?

Asked by: CCNY

Can the valve be plugged in instead of using the solar charging if you have a low light situation, i.e. indoors?

Asked by: RG
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Customer Reviews

Water Valve is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great, right out of the box. I was nervous about buying the device given some of the bad reviews for the EDYN sensor, but I went for it and am happy for my decision. I was able to pair the device to my iOS device on the first try, and schedule a watering for 30min from now (the soonest you can out of the box). The watering executed. I like being able to control my irrigation system from my phone, and see if watering have happened. I looks like EDYN has been pretty good with app updates for valve features. I just updated the app version today, and found that the watering scheduling tool was a lot more intuitive, and I could actually schedule a one-time watering. I think I'll try the sensor since I'm interested in the smart watering feature.
Date published: 2016-07-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not ready for prime time Bought item on July 5 2015. There was no manual included. I installed the app and contacted customer service that gave me web page to get quick start guide. Downloaded pdf and it was of little help. After querying the web I was able to set up the device and connect it to wifi. I tried four different schedules to no avail. I am returning it to the store!
Date published: 2016-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Automatic & Easy Plant Care I started using the edyn sensors last Spring and found the information they send to an app on my phone useful in terms of when I need to water my plants and if I need to move them based on too much/not enough sunlight. I've been using the water valves for a few months now and am beyond happy with their functionality. Before, I had to manually water each of my plants, but now with a drip irrigation system connected to the valves, everything is automatic and so easy. The sensors in my garden let the valve know when to open and water my plants. And, if I want to, I can turn off the 'smart watering' feature in the app on my phone, and edit the watering schedule to my liking. This I've done a few times on extremely hot days, when I want to make sure my trees get extra water. Overall, I am really impressed with how the sensors and valves work in tandem to maintain the health of my garden. My roses have never looked so good!
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Watering automation as it should be! Easy to install, together with the soil sensor, reliable in operation and carefree thereafter.
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product, does what it promises, with excellent customer support Clever idea, very well executed by a company that stands by their product and have always been helpful.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than the sensor Valve is beautifully designed and was easy to install and pair with the sensor that I purchased last year. One issue I ran into is that the inlet where a garden hose screws into leaked for me when I first attached it. Applying plumber's tape didn't do anything. Bought a pressure gauge to test my water pressure, sure enough it was at 70 psi, within reason, but also not low. I couldn't find a spec for the valve, but purchased a 25 psi pressure regulator ($5) which I placed before the valve and that fixed the issue. As with the sensor, the one thing lacking with the Edyn products is the software. The only way to interact with the valve is via their app (no website support), and the app is limited. For instance, I wish they had a way to display how much water I've used over a week, month, year, etc. I also wish I could turn the valve on via the app at any time, for example to test end-to-end functionality, show a friend, or when the plants are looking a bit dry (yes, I know I can physically press the button on the valve 3 times to turn it on). One thing the company did very well was shipping. I ordered it and has it the next day. More than I can say for bigger, better funded startups like Automatic, which I ordered the same day and a week later still don't have it.
Date published: 2016-09-03
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