DIG’s BOHE-BT Bluetooth Hose End Timer (tap timer) features Bluetooth Low Energy wireless technology combined with a full-function, waterproof timer to provide long-lasting, reliable irrigation control via your smartphone or tablet. Download DIG’s free DIG BTT app to control any number of DIG Bluetooth hose end timers and controllers through supported Android or iPhone smart devices from up to 50 feet (15 meters), line of sight.
The timer’s rugged and waterproof (IP 64) design is ideal for use in residential home garden applications or where AC power is unavailable. It can operate for up to one year on two AA alkaline batteries.
|International models - British standard pipe thread|
|BOHE-BTI||Battery Powered Bluetooth Hose End Timer with 3/4" BSP |
|Hose thread - US models|
|BOHE-BT||Battery Powered Bluetooth Hose End Timer with 3/4" FHT X 3/4" MHT |
DIG BOHE-BT & BOHE-BTI hose end timers are the easiest Bluetooth® hose end timers to set up. After you purchased the hose end timer, visit the App Store or Goggle Play and download the DIG BTT app.
After installing the batteries, tap on DIG BTT app to open it. The Controller/timer screen overview will appear with SCANNING (Show the scan icon near it). Review all screens diagrams detailed features.
The DIG BTT app has all the features you need for your irrigation timers or controllers. Spend less time on programming, reviewing, and tracking with DIG’s FCC and EC certified, Bluetooth-enabled, hose end timers and single station controllers.
Review the instruction manual included with the unit for details.
If installation is into a faucet, connect the swivel female hose thread into the faucet using the swivel adapter.
OPTIONAL: If the timer is installed with a drip irrigation system, make sure to add a 25 or 30 PSI pressure regulator after the timer to lower the pressure to the drip system, then install a 150 or higher mesh screen filter to protect the drip system, following with a ¾” swivel adapter to the drip tubing.
After the timer has been programmed, turn the faucet on and test the timer via the program or use the button on the timer once to see the timer open and press the button again to see it close. No other steps are needed.