Toro Evolution expandable controller 4 - 16 stations
The Toro® EVOLUTION™ irrigation controller is a first-of-its-kind, menu-based controller that incorporates an easy-to-understand digital interface, which pushes the technological envelope regarding simple operation and expandability.
Inspired by tablet and smart phone technology, the EVOLUTION icon-labeled control buttons allow homeowners and gardeners to perform simple actions - like “Water Now” and “Adjust” watering amount. Simple “Home” and “Help” buttons are included to aid the end user as well.
By pressing the “Advanced” button on the controller’s touch screen, landscape contractors will have access to the full power of the EVOLUTION controller including the ability to set up multiple irrigation and auxiliary schedules and create custom grow-in schedules. Operations that may otherwise overwhelm a homeowner.
Furthermore, easy to use software allows the user to program everything at a computer. Simply use a standard USB drive to transfer programming to one or more controllers in a matter of seconds. The USB drive also provides controller logging functionality to save an operation log for diagnostic purposes. Software and a controller manual can be downloaded for free at http://toroevolution.com
The EVOLUTION controller's user interface is designed with the customer in mind. The graphics display navigates similar to many modern consumer electronic devices.
Simple to use software allows you to program everything at a computer. Use a standard USB drive to transfer programming to one or more controllers in a matter of seconds. The USB drive also provides controller logging functionality to save an operation log for diagnostic purposes.
with 4 and 12 station expansion modules
286 W x 197 H x 114 mm D
|Number of Stations||
4 to 16 stations with 4- and 12-station hot-swappable modules
|Number of Programs||
One schedule in the default “standard” mode with up to six schedules in “advanced” mode
Station runtimes from one minute to twelve hours
Battery on the timing mechanism for “armchair” programming