Brand: Irrometer

Irrometer Watermark Digital Meter (WDM)

The WATERMARK Meter is a hand held device designed for reading WATERMARK sensors in the field. The digital readout displays the sensors’ soil moisture status in centibars (cb) or kilopascals (kPa) of soil water tension. This value represents the energy a plant’s root system uses to draw water from the soil. Whereas higher tension values indicate dryer soil, lower tension values indicate wetter soil. The meter’s replaceable cable assembly has spring loaded clips for attaching to sensor leads. Users only need one meter to read any numb Read More
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Irrometer 975 IRROMesh Wireless System

IRROmesh is a compact, solar-powered, wireless system for in-field measurement of soil moisture, temperature, and other parameters. Sensor data from each node is routed through an interactive mesh network back to a central point where it can be uploaded to the web and made accessible to anyone with an Internet enabled PC or smart device, or stored locally for collection. Each node is capable of reading three soil moisture sensors and a soil temperature sensor, along with inputs for recording irrigation events and rain gauge data. Read More
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Irrometer Wireless Multiple Hydrozone

Code : W-MHS Application: The Wireless Multiple Hydrozone System (W-MHS) allows independent moisture control of valve groups when all valves share a common ground. The W-MHS interfaces with any 24 VAC irrigation controller for soil moisture automation. Valves are grouped together into hydrozones based on that location’s specific irrigation needs. Read More
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Watermark Electronic Model Dry Contact

Code : WEM-DC-T Application: The WEM-DC-T works in conjunction with irrigation controllers to improve scheduling efficiency based on plant demand. The system will signal the controller to prevent irrigation cycles when the soil moisture is wetter than the adjustable set point. The kit includes two soil moisture sensors. This allows for multiple placement locations, thereby averaging the soil moisture status over a larger area or over deeper root depths. Read More
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LT Irrometer Tesniometer 0-40 Cb

Code : LT-1XX Application: The Irrometer, first introduced in 1952, has continuously been the leader with every exclusive feature symbolic to Irrometer allowing the instrument to measure soil moisture tension in all field crops, vines and trees planted in coarse, free draining sandy soils where tensions above 30 cb are rarely expected and finer resolution near saturation is needed. Instrument is also suited for conditions where rapidly changing moisture tensions need to be observed. Read More
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Irrometer Multiple Hydrozone System

Code : MHS Application: The Multiple Hydrozone System (MHS) allows independent moisture control of valve groups when all valves share a common ground. The MHS interfaces with any 24 VAC irrigation controller for soil moisture automation. Read More
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TG – Irromter Turf Grass Tensiometer

Code : ITG-3XX Application: The Irrometer, first introduced in 1952, has continuously been the leader with every exclusive feature symbolic to Irrometer allowing the instrument to measure soil moisture tension and automatically control watering in all turf crops planted in course free draining sandy soils. Read More
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TGA Irrometer Turf Grass Automatic

Code : TGA Application: The Irrometer, first introduced in 1952, has continuously been the leader with every exclusive feature symbolic to Irrometer allowing the instrument to measure soil moisture tension and automatically control watering in all turf crops planted in course free draining sandy soils. Read More
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IRA Irrometer Automatic Tensiometer

Code : IRA Application: The Irrometer, first introduced in 1952, has continuously been the leader with every exclusive feature symbolic to Irrometer allowing the instrument to measure soil moisture tension in all field crops, vines and trees planted in medium to heavy soils. Read More
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WEM Watermark Automatic Soil Moisture Sensor

Code : WEM Watermark soil moisture automation works with the irrigation controller to allow water to be applied only when necessary. This advanced method of irrigation control provides good water conservation, while maintaining the health of the landscape. Applying just the right amount of water, no more than necessary and no less than required, to your turf and landscape. Read More
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900M IRROMETER DATA LOGGER

Code : 900M The Watermark Monitor is a Data-Logger which automatically takes soil moisture readings. This reading history provides you with a vivid picture of the soil moisture profile your irrigation practices have created. This data can be evaluated to determine ways to improve the irrigation scheduling for optimum results. Individual Watermark sensor readings display on the Monitor and can be taken at any time manually.   Read More
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950 IRROMETER WIRELESS DATALOGGER

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IR Irrometer Tensiometer 0-100cb

Code : IR The Irrometer, first introduced in 1952, has continuously been the leader with every exclusive feature symbolic to Irrometer allowing the instrument to measure soil moisture tension in all field crops, vines and trees planted in medium to heavy soils. Read More
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WS1 Watermark Automatic Soil Moisture Sensor for Irrigation Controllers

Code : WS1 The WaterSwitch is a very affordable method of making a conventional irrigation controller “SMART”. The system will prevent irrigation cycles when the soil moisture is wetter than the adjustable set point. Scheduling adjustments can be made at the controller for other irrigation zones to accommodate their individual watering needs. Four set points allow for variations in plant and soil type. Read More
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Watermark Soil Moisture Sensor

Code : WS-200-5 The Irrometer Watermark soil moisture sensor designed to measure soil moisture tension in irrigated field crops, vines, and trees planted in all soil types suitable for agriculture and turf irrigation systems. Suitable for use with data logging devices. Read More
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