|Brand||Rain Bird||Lawn Genie|
|Name||UT1 Replacement Transformer for SST Indoor Irrigation Controllers||Hard Wired Rain/Freeze Sensor||1 in. Valve Adapter for Plastic Valves||RF Rain/Freeze Sensor|
|Irrigation System Component||Controller/Timer Accessory||Sensor||Adapter||Accessory|
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Not certain why you are asking the question on this transformer instead of the controller unit you seem to be asking about. There is an indoor and outdoor version of the SST controller. The indoor uses this transformer. The outdoor version has a 24 VAC transformer built in to it and must be hard wired to your 120 volt AC. You should use an electrician for that. However if your controller will be under a porch roof outside, then the indoor model might work for 10 or even the 20 years that my older inside controller did. Then you will have something with an external power supply that won't require an electrician.
No, this won't work with x635980 si642.
Unfortunately this transformer is built for the Rain Bird SST controller line. The SST 6 zone indoor would be an option to replace the ESP-6si
Not positive, if your current transformer only has two wires, a red and black wire, it should. May need to cut off the pre installed plug and splice back on your current plug if the connectors dont match
Thank yall for posting this. I had the same issue where the Model AC2650650 transformer failed. Based on the answers to this question, I bought the UT1, stripped the wires, and I'm back up and running. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
As long as your current transformer is around 24vac and 650ma or less and only has 2 wires it should. You may need to cut off the pre installed plug and splice on your old plug if the connections to the control pannel are different
Do not know. My old one was rated at 26.5V and 650mA. the new one worked rated at 25.5V and 650mA. So close. Yours is much more off, especially on the amperage.