|Name||Automatic 1-Outlet Hose Timer||Electronic Hose Timer||Bluetooth Hose-End Timer|
|Smart Technology||No Smart Technology Features||No Smart Technology Features||App Controlled|
|Number of Zones||1||1||1|
|Features||Digital Display,Electronic,Hose-End Timer,Manual Bypass||Battery Back-up,Electronic,Irrigated||Battery Back-up,Digital Display,Electronic,Manual Bypass|
|Compatibility Type||Drip and Soaker Hose Compatible||Garden Hose Compatible||Garden Hose Compatible|
|Program Type||Programmable||Programmable||Calendar Setting,Interval Setting,Multilingual Programming,Programmable,Rain Delay,Schedule Programming|
|View Product||View Product||View Product|
I doubt it, unless you're forcing the hot water through it. It is not a siphon.
I use on drip system. Should work for misters.
1. The timer must have pressure to operate. It is basically an extension of your hose but it will allow water to flow thru it on a timed basis. 2. The timer has a multitude of possible settings, but I don't know the maximum time it can be set to.
why not lol program it works anywhere
if you have the water flowing thru it you can used it on anything even a shower lol just set it up
Set the WATER EVER function to 2 which will water every second day.
remove and replace,the batteries, start the programing process from scratch
No idea, my water pressure is approximately 60 psi
Battery power is required to open or close the valves. So if power runs out - valves don't move.
You remove the battery cover on back and change the batteries.