Mist Timer

 

Mist timer.......What is a mist timer? Mist or Propagation timers are used when you need water to come for just a few seconds several times a day. For instance, say you want the timer to operate from 7am until 7pm, and you want it to come for 5 seconds every 15 minutes during this time, this is a mist timer.

 

These solar timers by www.mrsoakerhose.com are simple to use and easy to install on a faucet. They feature a solar panel to recharge 2 AA/ Rechargeable Batteries. The Rain Sensor Automatically shuts down the timer in event of rain. Simple, reliable and affordable!
 

#542 - Solar 2 Dial Timer

  #542 Solar 2-Dial Timer features include:
  • Solar Panel is Charged by 2 AA/ Rechargeable Batteries (not included). You can also use alkaline batteries, they just won't recharge with the solar panel.

  • Rain Sensor: Automatically shuts down the timer in event of rain. The program is automatically picked up on the next cycle.

  • Times In Seconds: The 2 dial offers settings from:
       Frequency: 5 minutes to every 3 days.
       Duration: 15 seconds up to 60 Min.
       ie: You want the timer to come on every half hour for 5 minutes.
            Your "frequency" would be 30 minutes
            Your "duration" would be 5 minutes

  • No Pressure-No Problem: Perfect for rain barrels or any application where pressure is an issue.

  • Always use proper filtration

  • Weatherproof (not waterproof, do not submerge in water)

  • Low Battery indicator light

  • Watering interval delay feature

  • 90 Day Warranty

  • Solid Cover

  • Operating temps: 40F-110F

  • Operating pressure: 0-80 psi

  • Instructions

 


 

  #543 Solar 2-Dial Timer, Dual Outlet features include:
  • Solar Panel is Charged by 2 AA/ Rechargeable Batteries (not included). You can also use alkaline batteries, they just won't recharge with the solar panel.

  • Rain Sensor: Automatically shuts down the timer in event of rain. The program is automatically picked up on the next cycle.

  • Times In Seconds: The 2 dial offers settings from:
       Frequency: 5 minutes to every 3 days.
       Duration: 15 seconds up to 60 Min.
       ie: You want the timer to come on every half hour for 5 minutes.
            Your "frequency" would be 30 minutes
            Your "duration" would be 5 minutes

  • Two Timers in 1: Each half is independent from the other allowing greater programming flexibility

  • No Pressure-No Problem: Perfect for rain barrels or any application where pressure is an issue.

  • Always use proper filtration

  • Weatherproof (not waterproof, do not submerge in water)

  • Low Battery indicator light

  • 90 Day Warranty

  • Clear Cover

  • Operating temps: 40F-110F

  • Operating pressure: 0-80 psi

  • Instructions

  • You Tube - Features


#544 Solar Digital Timer

 

#544 Solar Digital Timer features include:

  • Solar Panel: The built in solar panel keeps the (2-AA rechargeable batteries) batteries charged. (Not Included)

  • Weatherproof: Remember weatherproof can be used outdoors, but it IS NOT WATERPROOF (Do not immerse timer in water as this does void warranty.)

  • Rain Sensor: Automatically shuts down the timer in event of rain. The program is automatically picked up on the next cycle.

  • Times in seconds: Use for Propagation/Mist. For the garden-greenhouse enthusiast the Solar Electronic Timer will time in seconds, unlike most all other hose timers which time in minutes! Let's say you want the timer to come on at 1:00 PM, and run for 30 seconds, ever 3 minutes, and shut off at 4 PM. You got it! Great for mist systems as well.

  • Solid Cover: Protects digital display from suns rays.

  • No Pressure-No Problem: Perfect for rain barrels or any application where pressure is an issue. No pressure required for the Solar Electronic Timer.

  • Always use proper filtration

  • Weatherproof (not waterproof, do not submerge in water)

  • Low Battery indicator light.

  • 90 Day Warranty

  • Operating temps: 40F-110F

  • Operating pressure: 0-80 psi

Watch Instructions on Video!

     Video 1 - Setting the date and time.
       Video 2 - Standard Programming.
       Video 3 - Step 1 for Programming Propagation.
       Video 4 -
Step 2 for Programming Propagation.