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If your irrigation system is drawing water from a pond or a cistern while that reservoir is being filled from another water source, you might find that water is being used faster than it is being replenished. If you cannot increase the flow rate for the f...
With Baseline's BaseStation 3200 irrigation controller, you can use water from multiple sources to run your irrigation programs. If one of the water sources has a limited supply, it's important to monitor the quantity of water in order to avoid pumping th...
If you have a pond or a cistern that is fed from an external water source, you can use a Baseline biSensor moisture sensor with your BaseStation 3200 controller to monitor the water level in a pond or cistern and turn on a valve when the water drops below...
With Baseline's BaseStation 3200 irrigation controller, you can use water from multiple sources to run your irrigation programs. When an irrigation system is connected to multiple water sources, the water manager usually wants to use the water from each s...
When an irrigation system is designed to draw from a limited water source, it's important to monitor the quantity of water in order to avoid pumping the source dry. You can use a Baseline biSensor soil moisture sensor with your BaseStation 3200 controll...
If you have a Baseline soil moisture sensor (biSensor(tm)) installed in your landscaping and connected to your BaseStation 3200 irrigation controller, you can program the controller to water based on the moisture levels in the soil. For areas that have ...
If you have a Baseline soil moisture sensor (biSensor(tm)) installed in your landscaping and connected to your BaseStation 3200 irrigation controller, you can program the controller to water based on the moisture levels in the soil. The BaseStation 3200...