The Six-Station 24 VAC indoor mounting timer features independent programming for each valve, allowing maximum flexibility for any type of irrigation system and any zone requirements. The 8006 AC timer includes a 120/24 transformer, is simple to install and program, and offers versatile scheduling for sprinkler or drip systems. Designed for residential and light commercial applications, the six station indoor AC controller uses special programming features that allow each valve to be programmed independently from the others so that each zone can have independent schedules, start times, and watering durations. The controller features an easy-to-read LCD display with AM/PM clock and independent programs for each valve with four start times per day, durations from 1 minute to 12 hours in 1-minute increments, weekly calendar or intervals from 1 to 30 days. The controller also includes a rain delay feature that allows delay of a program up to 30 days, and a sensor terminal for rain stop.
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An irrigation controller should be selected with care, especially if the irrigation system is operating a combination of sprinkler and drip zones. If your irrigation system is currently manually operated, consider the benefits of automating, including convenience and reduced labor, watering a number of valves automatically with full landscape coverage, and the ability to control the days, durations, and irrigation start times for each valve. Automation also allows the installation of a rain sensor to stop irrigation when it is rainy. It is important to review and adjust your irrigation program schedules frequently to avoid over-or under-watering when there is a change in weather pattern. The 8006 controller offers automated programming flexibility for drip irrigation or sprinkler systems by allowing each of the zones/valve to be programmed independently, according to plant water requirements. The 8006 controller permits each valve in the system to operate independent of the others, offering durations from 1 minute to 11 hours and 59 minutes in one minute increments, up to four start times, and independent operation for any day of the week for each valve.