Internet #204405744

Model #R675CT

Analog 3 Dial Water Timer

  • 3 dial water timer includes a universal fitting for drip tubing
  • Timed Rain Delay allows you to stop watering for up to 72 hours
  • Low battery indicator alerts you to recharge the timer
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Product Overview

The new Raindrip automatic water timer includes a universal fitting for drip tubing. This unit features a Timed Rain Delay to pause automatic watering for up to 72 hours and an automatic timed manual watering feature that allows it to resume watering once manual cycle ends without losing the programmed settings. It has 3 years warranty.
  • California residents
  • Easy to program and attaches to any outdoor faucet, standard drip tubing or garden hose
  • Solenoid and diaphragm valve on/off control
  • Low battery indicator
  • Fail safe to off when battery level becomes low
  • AA alkaline batteries (2) not included
  • Program retained when batteries are replaced (if changed within 15 seconds)
  • Must have minimum 15 psi for unit to work properly

Info & Guides

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FeaturesBattery Back-up,Electronic,Hose-End Timer,Irrigated,Manual BypassDigital Display,Electronic,Hose-End Timer,Manual BypassDigital Display,Electronic,Hose-End Timer,Manual BypassDigital Display,Electronic,Hose-End Timer,Manual Bypass
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3
Product Height (in.)
10.7
Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Commercial/Residential
Residential
Compatibility Type
Drip and Soaker Hose Compatible
Features
Battery Back-up,Electronic,Hose-End Timer,Irrigated,Manual Bypass
Included
Garden Hose Connection
Maximum Cycle Time (min.)
120
Number of Cycles
24
Number of Zones
1
Power Source
Battery
Product Weight (lb.)
1
Program Type
Programmable
Returnable
180-Day
Smart Technology
No Smart Technology Features

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Years

Questions & Answers

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The link to the pdf for the "Installation Guide" does not work. Clicking on the link yields the ...

Asked by Steve July 30, 2019
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I would check batteries I have never had a problem I love the raindrip water timer

is there an outdoor timer that will trigger both am and pm usage on the same day? I have orchids ...

Asked by JJC August 29, 2018
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I have used a lot of different hose-bib timers in a commercial setting... this is the only model that has held up. All the rest have either started leaking water into the mechanism itself, or have simply failed to work after just a few weeks. I have over a dozen of these in use, and none have failed me over several years of use. (Nine months of use each year) This model can indeed be set to irrigate twice a day, (and for three minutes to two hours each time), but the start times will be twelve hours apart. (It can be set to come on once every three days, two days, once a day, or 2, 3, 4, 8, 12, or 24 times a day, each with an equal time span between each watering during that 24 hr day)

Will it shut off the water if the battery dies during an on cycle

Asked by Dennis August 25, 2018
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Answer

It is designed to default to a closed setting.

Do you need a 25psi reducer and an anti-syphon valve with this timer

Asked by Tony August 3, 2018
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No, I have 125 psi charging mine.

where can I see a manual? can't find mine. don't remember how to set timer. haven't used it...

Asked by sjb38 May 29, 2017
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Here is a link to the Timer Guide. http://raindrip.com/images/timer-install-guide.pdf

Assume watering 3 times a week, what is expected battery life? Will not be at property for 5 months

Asked by Bob January 14, 2017
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It is recommended that the batteries be changed annually. Mine are set to come on twice a day... I use it nine months a year, and the batteries have never failed me during the year.

Rain/elemets proof?

Asked by Dave March 31, 2016
2
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Perfectly water proof.

Customer Reviews

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I needed a intermittent water timer for tha Cloning station, this does the job !
I needed a intermittent water timer for tha Cloning station, this does the job !
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I have 5 locations on my property where I've used battery operated timers over the last 15 years....
I have 5 locations on my property where I've used battery operated timers over the last 15 years. I've had trouble with various brands, some lasting only a season or two before failing internally. Some failures were due to my errors, but most were due to the quality of the timer. Two years ago, I replaced all 5 of them with the Raindrip R675CT Analog 3-Dial Water Timer and they've have been working perfectly. Their design is intuitive, battery replacement is quick and they have intelligent features e.g., default to OFF due to low battery (very important), low battery status and a timed manual setting for spot watering, testing and irrigation repairs. For those reviewers who've commented that their timers 'leaked' after storing them, here's the probable cause: All battery operated timers must be THOROUGHLY drained of water prior to storing over the winter. Freezing water expands and will burst internal seals, etc. If you forget, and leave this type of timer outside during the first freeze of the year or, if you store them without thoroughly draining them, chances are they won't work the next time. Another suggestion.... protect all battery operated timers from the weather. Direct UV rays, heat and rain take their toll on plastic electronic items such as this and greatly shorten their life span. I make covers for mine out of 1 qt. motor oil containers. (Photo) A few cuts with some scissors and you have a functioning cover that will protect them from the elements.
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Works great good value for price...
Works great good value for price
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This is the 3rd of these I have purchased. ...
This is the 3rd of these I have purchased. I have set up 2 of them to water outdoor plants throughout the year, and 1 to water indoor plants when we are traveling. They work great!
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works as advertised...
works as advertised
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Not sure if I would, maybe. The others I purchased previously have all worked just fine, but thi...
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Not sure if I would, maybe. The others I purchased previously have all worked just fine, but this one did not last working very long at all, must have got the bad one of the batch, I was rather disappointed.
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It works
It works
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I bought two timers at the same time ( early in August) because I was going out of town. When I ...
I bought two timers at the same time ( early in August) because I was going out of town. When I came home from my trip, I found that the battery pack had fallen out of one of the timers. When I reinstalled it, the timer wouldn't operate. I discovered a small crack in the plastic battery pack casing. It is not a issue with the timer because I switched out the battery pack from the good one and they both operate ok. But I want to replace the bad battery pack. I will pay for the additional cost. How can I do this?
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so far so good !...
so far so good !
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