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Toro

Model 53855

Internet #202560011

Xtra Smart EC-XTRA Landscape Timer and Wireless Weather Sensor

$115.42 /each

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Toro takes the mystery out of watering your lawn and landscape with the EC-XTRA Sprinkler Timer. The Toro XTRA SMART EC-XTRA Landscape Timer and Wireless Weather Sensor features a wireless sensor that monitors temperature, rainfall and solar radiation to help adjust watering schedules based on specific weather conditions. Additionally, you can use the computer programming option to maximize water efficiency, create effective watering schedules and manage your Toro EC-XTRA Sprinkler Timer automatically.

  • Check with your local water agency for available rebates on this product
  • Toro scheduling advisor software recommends ideal watering schedules
  • Sensor mounts to rain gutters, walls or fences for easy installation
  • Pump start relay port offers easy connections with no wire splicing
  • Snap-in valve wire connectors
  • 500 ft. line-of-sight transmission range
  • 8-zone EC-XTRA indoor timer
  • Expandable timer expands to 10 zones with a 2-zone expansion module (module not included)
  • Wireless sensor monitors temperature, rainfall and solar radiation to automatically adjust watering schedules based on weather conditions
  • Sensor wirelessly links to EC-XTRA timer to suspend watering during rain or freezing temperatures
  • Non-volatile memory stores programming for up to 5 years in the event of a power failure
  • Includes a controller, weather sensor and a receiver
  • U.L. Certified
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Can it be expanded to 8 zones?

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John
Lake Park, FL 33403
April 7, 2013
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Temecula, CA, USA
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July 28, 2013
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Mine has 8 zones right out of the box. I believe you can expand it to 10 (there are slots numbered 9 and 10 just to the right of the series of 8 zones).
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The XTRA SMART EC-XTRA is an 8-zone controller as packaged. It can be expanded to 10 zones using the EC-XTRA 2-Zone expansion module (Model 53741), sold separately.
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How does the wireless work on the Toro aprinkler timer controller 8 zone work

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Jacksonville, Florida
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November 12, 2015
Does this only work on wireless or is it plugged in to electricity
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November 13, 2015
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The wireless weather sensor communicates with the controller to modify watering schedules based on weather conditions.
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It will not water automatically only, when manually start it?

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North Palm Beach FL
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May 14, 2015
The program is loaded in the system, is visible when I check it. It will not automatically start, and water the program.
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May 14, 2015
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One of our knowledgeable technical assistants would be happy to walk through the programming and/or troubleshoot any issues you are having. Please give us a call at: 877-345-8676. Thank you.
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Why does program immediately repeat?

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Apple Valley, MN
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June 14, 2014
Created a new program adding a second zone using Smart Pod and loaded to my ECXTRA. I have only one start time in the program, but when it finished Zone 1 followed by Zone 2, it immediately started Zone 1 again. It so happens the end time was the start time in old program. Do I need to erase the old program before loading the new?
I have attached new Programs I created this year. Currently running program A.
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It sounds as though the system is just running through the programs as it should. You will want to eliminate Program B, or change the run time to “0” minutes for each zone, to prevent it from starting that program.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great The unit works great. The weather station stops irrigation when it rains and adjust the seasonal adjustment perfectly. I can see how many users could become frustrated with the software that is used once to load up data weather data. Override the suggested run times with historical run times that you have used in past summers, then everything will work out fine. December 17, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not to be used with well pump The toro unit is a good unit if you use it with city water. But if the intended use is with a well pump system it will not work. The pump relay output is not strong enough to trigger the pump relay as the predecessors were. Too bad as I liked the idea of having a smart system December 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible timer. Buy anything but a Toro The timer worked great for the last several months. Then this week the timer won't shut off zones. I haven't made any adjustments to the system so it should continue to operate as set but won't. I woke up to a lawn that had been watered for 5 straight hours. This evening I woke up to check on it after it was supposed to have shut off and found it still running. I observed it through the scheduled time and when the time expired it restarted itself over and over. I had to manually shut the system down. May 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Needed the primary valve control for my system, had a problem loading the software on my computer because of a computer virus I had. Install was easy and now it just does what it is suppose to do August 26, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Does not work! Do not buy! As a software expert, I first have to say that the software portion of this product is buggy. I had a lot of trouble getting it to recognize my zip code and download the weather data. Once it did, the average temperatures were DEFINITELY INCORRECT for my area (92610). Much more importantly, the sensor DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY. Despite the sunniest, hottest, Southern California weather that we've had in years, this piece of junk insists on setting the seasonal adjustment to 60% no matter what I do. Ironically, it thought our weather should be in 70's, so 100+ weather should have made it water >100% if anything. However, I now have a brown lawn despite checking things every few days, forcing the seasonal percentage back to 100%, and making sure the sensor was in the sun all day long. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!! September 22, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works like a charm! I found the unit to be simple to install and program. It seems to accurately modify my watering schedule based on the weather conditions and my lawn looks healthier than every other lawn in my neighborhood. Like all the other Toro products I have purchased or used over the last 30 years, the product has met my high expectations. July 28, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Software is so bad it breaks a good idea The idea behind this products is great, internet weather tempered with your own climate monitoring system. The problem is the software is broken, and the support people told me the developer is on to other projects and won't be fixing this. October 1, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Be wary, so far mine is not working right... Bought this type of irrigation system (weather driven) because there was a grant from the local water department to install these as a water saving measure. There were no reviews anywhere on the internet about this system to help decide if this was worth the money and effort. If I'm the first one, I can say right now that you should save your money until Toro can work the problems out of this system, if they actually admit there are problems... Without going into detail, the system does not work as advertised and I succeeded in browning out 1/8 acre of lawn and most of my plants by relying on the weather sensor to adjust the watering times when the weather got hotter. Contacting Toro customer service has been a huge frustration and they treat me like I'm a moron who has never seen a sprinkler before (I figure I've installed at least 10 total systems in 25 years). Like every other CS system in this country, all they will give you is canned answers out of a book (i.e. was the system plugged in to a power outlet, etc.... really????). The software and the hardware for this system are to blame and I seriously doubt Toro will admit that there are problems. Long story short, the software bases a watering schedule off local weather data (from a zip code) and develops a schedule that is supposed to be based on the highest demand for the year. Supposedly, the weather sensor makes adjustments to the base schedule with daily weather readings. For me, when the temperatures got hotter, instead of adding time to the watering cycle to compensate, it actually shortened watering times. I am trying to work with Toro to resolve this and if they own up to having a problem with this system, I will try and edit my review to reflect that. In the meantime, stay away from this system. You're better off watching the TV news and manually setting your sprinkler timer to match weather conditions. July 4, 2012
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