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ISA 300 / 400 SPRINKLER TIMER
Installation, Programming, and Operation Guide
RAIN BIRD IRRIGATION CORPORATION Technical Services: 800-247-3782 http://www.rainbird.com
INTRODUCTION.. 1 ISA Timer Features and Benefits. 1 Timer Stations... 2 ISA Timer Controls and Indicators.. 3 INSTALL TIMER. 4 Select Location.. 4 Mount Timer.. 5 Install Battery.. 5 Connect Field Wiring. 7 Select Proper Wire.. 7 Connect Valve Wires to Timer.. 7 If Using a Master Valve or Pump Start Relay.. 9 Connect Transformer.. 11 PROGRAM TIMER. 13 Set Current Time and Day. 14 Select a Program.. 15 Pre-Set Watering Schedules.. 16 Select a Pre-Set Schedule.. 17 Modify a Pre-Set Schedule. 19 Set Schedule Watering Days or Watering Interval.. 19 Set Schedule Start Time(s). 21 Set Station Watering Duration (Run Times).. 23 View Pre-Set Schedule Information. 24 OPERATING THE TIMER. 26 Turn the Timer On and Off. 26 Run a System Test.. 27 Manually Run a Program or Single Station.. 29 Run Program(s) Manually. 29 Run Station(s) Manually.. 30 Adjust Watering Percentage.. 32 WINTERIZING THE SYSTEM.. 33 TROUBLESHOOTING. 34
Thank you for purchasing a Rain Bird ISA 300 / 400 Series Sprinkler Timer. ISA timers provide simple programming and flexible watering schedules to meet almost any landscapes needs. These timers can be used with any 110 VAC / 60 Hz electrical outlet (240 VAC / 50 Hz for the international version). This manual describes how to install, program, and operate your timer. Read this manual carefully and keep it in a handy place for future reference. If you have any problems with your ISA Sprinkler Timer, please call the Rain Bird Technical Assistance hotline at 800-247-3782 before returning your timer for service. You may also be able to find information to help solve your problem on the Rain Bird web site: www.rainbird.com.
ISA Timer Features and Benefits
The ISA Sprinkler Timer is an electronic clock that controls when your sprinkler system turns on and how long the sprinklers run. The ISA timers offer several advanced features, including:
Large LCD display and easy-to-use programming dial and buttons Six convenient pre-set watering schedules Two independent watering programs (ISA 400 models) Up to three watering start times per program Ability to control four, six, or eight watering stations (depending on model) Rain-Off feature can suspend watering and retain all programmed information
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Most sprinkler systems divide the yard into stations (also called zones). You can program each station to water for a different length of time, so the amount of water fits the different plant types, soil conditions, and sunny/shady areas in the yard. Each station has an irrigation valve that runs several sprinklers. An electric signal from the timer opens
the first valve, which turns on the sprinklers connected to it. When these sprinklers have run for their programmed time, the timer closes the first valve and opens the second valve. For example, the illustration below shows that station 1 is currently watering. When station 1 finishes, the timer will shut it off and start station 2. When station 2 finishes, station 3 begins, and so on.
ISA Timer Controls and Indicators
This illustration shows the programming controls on the face of the ISA Sprinkler Timer. These controls include: Manual On button Advance button Up/ Down arrow buttons LCD display Programming dial Program A/B button
Before installing your ISA Sprinkler Timer, make sure you have the following tools and equipment:
NOTE: The ISA Timer is for INDOOR use : only. If you must install it outdoors, use a water-resistant cabinet, such as the Rain Bird Model TC-2 Timer Cabinet. The TC-2 is a heavy-duty, weather-resistant plastic case that lets you convert any indoor-only timer to outdoor use. Select a convenient indoor location within six feet (1,9 m) of a 120-volt AC electrical outlet (240-volt outlet for international 50 Hz models). The mounting location should be completely protected from moisture, direct sunlight, and freezing temperatures.
Connect Field Wiring
Select Proper Wire
For wire runs of less than 800 feet, use 18-gauge color-coded, multi-strand, direct burial wire. For longer runs, use 14-gauge wire of the same type. Choose wire that has one strand for each valve in your system, plus one strand for the common wire. For example, use five-strand wire if you have four valves, seven-strand wire for six valves, etc. Tape off spare wire strands for future system use or troubleshooting. Wire that is buried underground must have watertight connections and be codeapproved for underground use. Avoid placing underground wire in places where it may be damaged by digging or other activities.
Connect Valve Wires to Timer
Each valve connects to the timer with two wires: a hot wire of its own, and a common wire that it shares with the other valves. NOTE: The ISA Series Timers can be : used with most hydroindexing valves. Please contact the valve manufacturer for more information.
English Remove the timers lower access cover by gently prying out the cover at the slots on the left and right sides of the timer. Splice together one wire from each valve (usually the white strand) to create a single common wire. Connect the common wire to the terminal screw labeled COM. NOTE: Make sure all wire connections : are tight and in firm contact with the terminal screws. Use watertight splice connectors to prevent corrosion and avoid short circuits. Connect each valve hot wire to a numbered screw on the timers terminal strip. Connect the wire from valve number 1 to terminal screw 1; connect the wire from valve 2 to terminal screw 2, and so on. CAUTION: DO NOT connect more : than one valve wire to each terminal screw. Wiring more than one valve to each terminal will damage the timer. Also, if you are using more than one timer, do not share common wires between them.
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English After connecting all valve wires, replace the timers lower access cover. NOTE: To save water and money, you : can also install a rain sensor, such as Rain Birds RS-1 Rain Shut Off. The RS-1 measures rainfall and prevents unnecessary watering. ISA 400 Series Timers allow a master valve or pump start relay to operate whenever a valve is operating. Pumps are used in some places to draw water from a well or other source. If you are activating a pump from the timer, you must also install a Pump Control Relay, such as Rain Birds PCR-1. The PCR-1 offers solid-state reliability and can activate most 120- or 240-volt pump motors up to two horsepower.
If Using a Master Valve or Pump Start Relay
(Optional ISA 400 Series only) NOTE: Complete this section only if you : are using a pump start relay or a master valve (an automatic valve installed on the mainline pipe upstream from the station valves). The timer does not provide the main power for a pump.
English Connect the color-coded hot wire from the master valve or pump start relay to the timer terminal screw marked MV. Connect the common wire from the master valve / pump start relay to the common wire coming from the station valves. This wire connects to the timer terminal screw marked COM. NOTE: Make sure that the total draw of : the master valve or pump start relay plus the draw of the valve does not exceed 0.650 Amps at 24 VAC, 60 Hz. To avoid possible pump damage, connect a short jumper wire from any unused station terminal(s) to the nearest terminal screw in use. For example, if you have an eight-station timer with only four stations in use, jumper stations five through eight to the nearest active station (four).
After installing the battery and connecting the field wires, you are ready to connect the timers transformer. CAUTION: DO NOT plug in the : transformer until you have completed and checked all wiring connections. Also, do not attempt to link two or more timers together with a single transformer. Remove the timers lower access cover by gently pulling the lower access cover off using the slots on the left and right sides of the timer. Turn the dial to RAIN / OFF. Plug the pigtail connector (located on the end of the transformer wire) into the two-prong connector to the left of the battery compartment.
English Plug the transformer into an electrical outlet. The display flashes the hour digits and OFF. NOTE: If the display does not come on, : verify that the battery is new and securely connected. Turn the dial to AUTO / RUN. This completes the installation and wiring process. You are now ready to program your timer.
Programming is the process of telling the timer when and how long you want to water. The timer opens and closes the irrigation valves according to the program you set. Each program contains:
Watering duration (run time) the number of minutes that each station runs.
Watering days the specific days of the week on which watering takes place (for example, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for a Custom schedule), or a watering interval (for example, every third day). Start time the time(s) of day that the program begins. This is the time that the first station in the program begins watering; all other stations then follow in sequence.
When programming, you can only change the field that is flashing in the LCD display. If you want to change something that is not flashing, press until the desired field flashes. Then change it by pressing the or buttons. NOTE: For normal timer operation, turn : the dial to the AUTO / RUN position. If the dial is left in any other position, schedules will not water as programmed.
Set Current Time and Day
You must set the current time and day the first time you program the timer, and after any power interruption. Turn the dial to TIME & DAY. The hour and minute digits flash in the display. Press and the day of the week will flash.
Press or until the correct day of the week appears in the display. Press and the hour will flash. until the current hour appears in
Press or the display.
Make sure the correct AM / PM time indicator appears in the right-hand side of the display. Press and the minute digits will flash. until the current minute appears in
The display should now show the correct time and day.
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Select a Program
(ISA Models 406 & 408 Only) ISA Timer models 406 and 408 have two programs, A and B. Each program can have its own watering schedule and start times. For example, Program A could run on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, while Program B could run on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. You can assign any station to Program A, Program B, or both. If you only plan to use one program, use Program A. The currently selected program appears in the left-hand side of the LCD display. The display will show either PGM A or PGM B. To select a program, press the Program A/B button until the program you want appears in the display. Pressing the Program A/B button switches back and forth between the two programs. NOTE: It is easier to select one program : (A or B) and program it completely before moving to the second program.
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Pre-Set Watering Schedules
For your convenience, the ISA Sprinkler Timer has six pre-set watering schedules (C and 1 5). The pre-set schedules are already programmed into the timer and are shown in the table to the right. The watering schedule you choose determines:
Schedule Watering Days Start Times Watering Duration
Every day Every day Every day
8:00 am 8:00 am 6:00 am, 10:00 am, & 2:00 pm 6:00 am 6:00 am 6:00 am
10 minutes 10 minutes 5 minutes
What days watering occurs What time(s) watering starts (up to three different start times per day) How long the sprinklers on each station run (duration)
Every other day Every third day Every fourth day
10 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes
Once youve selected a pre-set schedule, you can either use that schedules default watering days and times, or modify the schedule to suit your own watering needs. NOTE: Even if you want to create your : own Custom watering schedule, you must select one of the pre-set schedules first. Then modify it to fit your needs.
If you want to water on specific days of the week (e.g., Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), select preset schedule C. If you want to water on a fixed interval (e.g., every day, every third day, etc.), select a pre-set schedule, 1 through 5.
Select a Pre-Set Schedule
Turn the dial to PRE-SET SCHEDULES. C flashes in the display. Press or you want. to display the pre-set schedule
When the schedule you want appears, press to select it. The schedule number flashes, and a box appears around SCHED in the display. This shows that you have locked-in the schedule. The display also shows the watering days and the schedules first start time.
English If you want the pre-set schedule you selected to water on its default days and time(s), just turn the dial to AUTO / RUN to run the schedule automatically. Now that youve chosen a pre-set schedule, no other programming is necessary. One of the pre-set schedules will meet most homeowners watering needs. However, if you want to modify the schedule, continue on to Modify a Pre-Set Schedule. NOTE: For dual-program models (ISA 406 : and 408), you can select a schedule for Program B. Press the Program A/B button until Program B appears in the display. Then repeat steps to lock in a pre-set schedule for Program B.
Modify a Pre-Set Schedule
To modify a Pre-Set Schedule, you must first select it as described on page 17. You can then modify the: Watering day(s) (if you chose Custom C) Watering interval (if you chose Pre-Set Schedule 1 5) Start time Station watering duration
You must also set the schedules start time(s), and set each stations watering duration. Follow the procedures below to modify the Pre-Set Schedule you selected.
Set Schedule Watering Days or Watering Interval
If You Chose Pre-Set Schedule C: Turn the dial to CUSTOM SCHEDULE DAYS. The days of the week appear at the bottom of the display with SU (Sunday) flashing. Press or to turn watering OFF or ON for that day.
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English Press to move to the next day of the week.
Press or to turn watering OFF or ON for that day. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for each day of the week. The bottom of the display will show all ON days only. If You Chose Pre-Set Schedule 1 through 5: Turn the dial to CUSTOM SCHEDULE DAYS. The selected pre-set watering schedule (1 5) flashes at the top of the display. For example, if you locked in Pre-Set Schedule 1, Every 1 Days would be flashing. Press or to select the watering interval you want. You can choose any interval from Every 1 Day to Every 7 Days.
Set Schedule Start Time(s)
Turn the dial to CUSTOM SCHEDULE STARTS. Start time 1 flashes in the display. You can program up to three start times per day. You can program all three start times, or leave one or two of them turned off. At least one start time must be activated for the system to water. NOTE: Do not confuse start time : numbers with station numbers. When you are setting start times, the word Start appears in the bottom of the display. If you set up more than one start time for a program, the program will run several times a day even if the start times are all the same. For example, if you enter three 8:00 a.m. start times, the program will run three times, starting at 8:00 in the morning.
English Press and the time of start 1 flashes.
Press or to set the start time you want. You can set start times in increments of 15 minutes. To turn off a start time, advance the time past 11:45 p.m. (The OFF position is between 11:45 p.m. and 12:00 a.m.) To set additional start times, press will flash again. Press to advance to start 2. and start 1
Repeat steps 2 through 6 to set start times 2 and 3, if necessary.
Set Station Watering Duration (Run Times)
Turn the dial to CUSTOM SCHEDULE DURATION. Station 1 flashes and its watering duration appears in the right side of the display.
English To change the watering duration of any station, press or until the desired station number flashes in the display. Then press. The watering duration minutes flash. You can set each station for a different watering duration from 1 minute to 2 hours. Press or to set the length of time you want the station to water. To turn off the station, press to move past :01 minutes until OFF appears in the display. The OFF position is between :01 minutes and 2:00 hours. Press and repeat steps for each station. This completes the programming for a custom schedule. Turn the dial to AUTO / RUN to resume normal operation. NOTE: For dual program models : (ISA 406 and 408), press the Program A/B button to switch programs. Then repeat all programming steps for the second program.
View Pre-Set Schedule Information
If you wish, you can use this procedure to view the default watering information for any Pre-Set Schedule. The same information is shown in the table on page 16. NOTE: You cannot modify any schedule : information displayed during this step. This procedure only lets you view the schedule information. Turn the dial to PRE-SET SCHEDULES. Press or until the display shows the schedule you want to view. Press. Start time 1 flashes and the display shows the time set for start #1. Press. Start time 2 flashes and the display shows the start time for start #2. Repeat to view start #3.
English Press. Station 1 flashes and the display shows the watering duration set for Station 1. Press. Station 2 flashes and the display shows the watering duration for Station 2. Repeat to view additional stations. Press. The display shows the schedule number and watering frequency (for example, Every 2 Days). Repeat steps 2 through 7 to review additional schedules.
OPERATING THE TIMER
Turn the Timer On and Off
To set the timer to automatic operation, turn the dial to AUTO / RUN. The display will show the current day and time, and all Pre-Set and Custom schedules will water automatically. NOTE: The dial must be in the AUTO / : RUN position to water automatically. If the dial is in any other position, your watering schedule(s) will NOT run. To turn off the timer and prevent all watering, turn the dial to RAIN / OFF. The display will show the current day and time and will alternately flash OFF to show you the timer has been turned off. You may want to turn the timer off during rainy weather, system maintenance, seasonal shutdown, or any time you dont want watering programs to run as scheduled.
Run a System Test
The ISA Sprinkler Timer has a built-in test program that will run each station in sequence for two minutes. You can use this program to test the proper operation of the systems valves and sprinklers. Turn the dial to RAIN / OFF. Press and release the and buttons at the same time. The stations will turn on, one at a time, in sequence (except those you have programmed OFF), starting with station 1. The display will show the station number, the remaining run time, and will alternately flash OFF as the test run time counts down. NOTE: To cancel the test program after it : has started, press the Manual On button repeatedly until you cycle through all the stations and the LCD shows the current day and time.
NOTE: The Sprinklers On symbol : will appear in the display whenever the system is watering (i.e., during normal operation, manual operation, or a test program). If you have a dual-program timer (ISA Model 406 or 408), only the stations assigned to program A or B (whichever appears in the display) will run during the test. To test the other program, press the Program A/ B button. Then repeat step 2. When the test is finished, turn the dial back to AUTO / RUN. Remember, the dial must be on AUTO / RUN to water normally.
Manually Run a Program or Single Station
If an area needs extra watering, you can manually run individual stations or an entire program. Follow the appropriate procedure for manual operation. NOTE: You cannot operate the timer : manually during regularly scheduled watering times, or when the dial is in the RAIN / OFF position.
Run Program(s) Manually
Turn the dial to AUTO / RUN. Press the button once. The stations will turn on, one at a time, in sequence (except those you have programmed OFF), starting with station 1. Each station will run for its programmed watering duration. NOTE: To stop manual operation after it : has started, turn the dial to RAIN / OFF for five seconds. When the Sprinklers On symbol disappears from the display, manual watering will stop. Then turn the dial to AUTO / RUN to resume normal operation.
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English For dual program models (ISA 406 and 408), manual operation will run the program (A or B) that appears in the left-hand side of the LCD. To switch programs, press the Program A/B button until the desired program appears in the LCD. Then press to begin watering.
Run Station(s) Manually
Turn the dial to AUTO / RUN. Press the button. Station number 1 flashes in the display. If you want the displayed station to water, press the button. Press to advance to the next station. Repeat steps 2 through 4 to select all the stations you want to run.
English NOTE: To stop a manual cycle after it : has started, turn the dial to RAIN / OFF for five seconds. When the Sprinklers On symbol disappears from the display, manual watering will stop. Then turn the dial to AUTO / RUN to resume normal operation. The first selected station will begin watering immediately. When you finish selecting the station(s) you want to water, those station numbers will flash in the top of the display. After 15 seconds, the stations remaining in the top of the display will water. Each station will run for its normally programmed watering time. For dual program timers (ISA model 406 and 408), manual operation will only run the station(s) on the program (A or B) shown in the left side of the LCD. To switch programs, press the Program A/B button until the desired program appears in the display. Then repeat steps 2 through 4 to manually start the desired stations in that program.
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Adjust Watering Percentage
The Watering Percentage feature (sometimes called Water Budgeting) lets you increase or decrease the watering duration (run times) of all stations on both programs (A and B), without reprogramming the timer. You can set the watering percentage from 10% to 200%, in 10-percent increments. Use the Watering Percentage feature to cut back watering during cool winter months, or to increase watering during hot, dry weather. Watering percentages are calculated on the normal programmed run times for each station. For example, if a station normally runs for 10 minutes, and you set the Watering Percentage to 80%, the station will water for 8 minutes (80% of 10 minutes). If you set the Watering Percentage to 120%, that same station will water for 12 minutes (120% of 10 minutes). Turn the dial to Adjust Water %. The selected program (A or B) and the currently selected Watering Percentage appear in the display.
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English Press the or buttons to select the desired Watering Percentage. Turn the dial back to the AUTO / RUN position. All stations will now run at the selected Watering Percentage.
WINTERIZING THE SYSTEM
In cold-weather areas, you may want to turn off your timer during winter months. Before shutting down the system for the winter, make sure to drain the water from all irrigation lines to prevent freezing damage to pipes and valves. Then turn the dial on the timer to the RAIN / )OFF position. For more information about winterizing your system, please call your local irrigation professional, visit our Web site at www.rainbird.com, or call 800RAINBIRD. In lightning-prone areas, Rain Bird recommends that you disconnect the field wires from the timers terminal strip, and unplug the transformer from the outlet. This will protect the timer from lightningcaused power surges.
Symptom Cause Electrical Issues 1. LCD display is blank, or flashes AC OFF, and the time. a. Burned out fuse
Correction Replace the fuse with the timers spare fuse (750mA for 406 and 408; 500mA for 304). Make sure the two-prong connector is connected and the transformer is securely plugged in. Make sure the main AC power supply is working properly. Check all field wiring for nicked or skinned wires. Check all wiring connectors. Repair or replace as needed. Check all valve solenoids for proper operation. Replace as needed.
Transformer not plugged in Wall socket not supplying power Wiring short between the valve and the timer
c. 2. Fuse blows out frequently and the display goes blank. a.
Shorted solenoid on one or more valves
English Symptom Electrical Issues 3. Fuse blows as soon as the timer is plugged in. Cause a. b. 4. LCD display is frozen, and the timer will not accept programming. Faulty transformer Electrical short in the timer Correction Replace the transformer. Call the Rain Bird Technical Assistance Hotline at 800-247-3782. Unplug the timer and remove the battery and fuse. Let the timer sit for three minutes without power. Then reinstall the battery and fuse, and plug in the timer. If there is no permanent damage, the timer will accept programming and resume normal operation.
An electrical surge may have damaged the timers electronics.
Symptom Watering Issues 5. Automatic and Manual cycles do not begin watering. Cause a. Water source not supplying water Wires not properly connected Wires loose or cut; corroded connections Correction Make sure the main water line and all supply lines are open and operating properly. Make sure all field wires and master valve/pump start relay wiring is connected properly. Check field wiring for broken, cut, or skinned wires. Replace if necessary. Check all wire connections and replace with watertight splice connectors, as needed. Make sure the dial is on AUTO / RUN, not any other dial position. Check all stations watering duration. Make sure each station is programmed with a non-zero watering time.
Dial not set to AUTO / RUN All stations set to OFF (zero run time programmed)
English Symptom Watering Issues 6. Watering occurs at the wrong start times on AUTO / RUN. Cause The wrong pre-set schedule may be locked in Correction Turn the dial to Pre-Set Schedules and make sure you have selected the correct schedule. If you have a dual-program timer (ISA 406 or 408), the station(s) may be programmed to run on both programs (A and B). Check the start times for both programs. 7. Watering does not start properly during manual operation Valve does not shut off after watering at the scheduled time. Wrong program may be selected. a. Valve may be clogged. Press the Program A/B button until the program (A or B) you want to water appears in the display. Inspect the valve and remove any debris.
Timers memory board is locked on
Same as correction for Step 4.
English Symptom Watering Issues 9. A single station does not shut off after watering. 10. Timer Test Mode does not work Cause Valve may be stuck open due to debris Dial in the wrong position Correction Inspect the valve and remove any debris. Make sure the dial is in the RAIN / OFF position before pressing the and buttons.
NOTE: This irrigation timer generates radio frequency energy and may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
reorient the receiving antenna move the timer away from the receiver plug the timer into a different outlet so the timer and receiver are on different branch circuits.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio and television technician for additional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful: How To ldenfify and Resolve Radio-TV lnferference Problems. This booklet is available from the US Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402, Stock No. 004-000-0034504. (Price is $2.00 postpaid.)
Rain Bird Corporation Customer Support Center 1-800-RAIN-BIRD (520) 434-6290 FAX www.rainbird.com 2001 Rain Bird Sprinkler Mfg. Corp.
Water Management Services
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P. O. Box 10148 Eugene OR 97440-2148 Phone: (541) 984-4747 Fax: (541) 341-1867
WATER BUDGET SPRINKLER TIMER REBATE APPLICATION
The water budget sprinkler timer eligible for this rebate must be installed in the EWEB water service area, must be installed in a home and must be listed on the EWEB Water Budget Timer Rebate List on the reverse side of this form. Timer must be purchased by December 31, 2009. The person signing this form must be the responsible party for the utility bill. Customer Name: _______________________________________________________________ (Last, First, and Middle Initial) Installation Address: ____________________________________________________________ Mailing Address: _______________________________________________________________ Home Phone: _____________________________ Work Phone: _________________________ Only one timer rebate of $25 will be paid at each residential installation address. The rebate amount will appear as a credit on your utility bill after an EWEB representative has performed a free operating orientation. The orientation includes: a catch can test to check sprinkler application rate/distribution uniformity; a consultation to promote the use of ET and the water budget feature; and verification that an approved backflow preventer has been properly installed and tested. Please attach a copy of your paid receipt; indicating brand name and model number, your credit cannot be applied without a year 2009 receipt. Retailers inventory numbers cannot be accepted. This form must be submitted within 90 days of purchase. Timer Manufacturer Model Name/Number Name of Installer Rebate $25.00
I certify that the timer listed above was installed at the above residential address. I understand that Eugene Water & Electric Board reserves the right to inspect and approve the installation prior to payment of the rebate.
For EWEB Use Only: Cust#__________________ Prem#__________________
EWEB WATER BUDGET SPRINKLER TIMER REBATE LIST
To qualify for a rebate, eligible timers listed below must be installed within EWEB water service area. This rebate is for residential EWEB customers only. Newly installed timers as well as replacement timers are eligible for this rebate. The timers are listed in alphabetical order by manufacturer. Timer Manufacturer Hunter Hunter Hunter Irritrol Irritrol Irritrol Irritrol Orbit Rain Bird Rain Bird Rain Bird Rain Bird Rain Bird Rain Bird Rain Bird Rain Bird Rain Bird Rain Bird Toro Toro Toro Toro Toro Toro Toro Toro Weathermatic Model Name/Number Pro-C Series (PC- 300i, PC300) ICC Series XC Series Junior Max Kwik Dial Series Rain Dial Plus Series Total Control Series Touch Screen Timer E4c, E6c, E9c SSTi Series, 400i, 600i, 900i E Class Series (indoor & outdoor models) ESP-Si Series ESP Series (including 50Hz models) ESP-LXMi Series ESP-Modular Series ESP-TM Series ISA-304, ISA-406, ISA-408, ISB409 ISM Series (seasonal adjust feature) SST 900I Custom Command Series DDC Series EXTRA (Model No. 53766, 53768) Lawn Master (Model No. 53806, 53805) Ecx Series (Model No. 53331, 53332, 53333) Greenskeeper 212 Series Turf Pro Series Vision II Plus Series Smartline w/o weather station (Model No. SL800, SL 1600) Stations 3 through through through station indoor 4 through through through or through through through through through through through through 8
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