Make sure the mobile device is not connected to a different Rain Bird controller in hot spot mode. If it is, disconnect and try to delete the other controller. This should resolve the issue.
If your controller is off and the water keeps running there is an issue with 1 or all the valves. When this happens it may be necessary to clean or replace a valve, or to call a contractor. For assistance in getting a contractor referral, please call: 1-800-RainBird.
Example: I set it for 10 minutes per station, and its watering 5 minutes per station instead. This could be due to the Seasonal Adjust setting. Double check the setting in the Rain Bird Mobile App or at the controller. If the seasonal adjust is set for -50% when the run time is 10 minutes, […]
The reason why the controller is running again is because you have additional start times scheduled close to the first start time. Double check all of your start times and run times. If you have run times that amount to more watering time than the time between the start times, the watering program may begin […]
If you don’t have your mobile device handy, or your hands are dirty and you don’t want to use, it you can always program the controller via the timer’s front panel.
Automatic Seasonal Adjust allows the Rain Bird server to keep track of local weather based upon the programmed ZIP/Postal Code. The Rain Bird server will calculate a daily Evapotranspiration (ET) rate for each ZIP code and translate to an appropriate seasonal adjust value. The seasonal adjust value is then sent to each timer in that […]
Once the controller is added to the Rain Bird mobile app a “Controller Card” will appear on the mobile app home screen. Tap on the picture of the controller model within this card to access the controller. Tap the “pencil” icon within the controller’s existing program card(s) to edit existing irrigation programs. Tap the “+/- […]