GARDENA Automatic Water Distributor

I/N: 3110688
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Product Description

The GARDENA Automatic Water Distributor can be used manually or connected to a GARDENA MaxControl or MasterControl Water Computer and set up with up to 6 watering programs.

You can water any area, any day of the week for up to 3 hours at a time.

  • It can be mounted on the wall or placed directly on the ground.
  • It can be used in conjunction with the GARDENA Soil Moisture Sensor (G1188) and/or a GARDENA Rain Sensor (G1189) to increase water saving efficiency (sensors sold separately).
  • It uses water pressure to transfer from one outlet to another.
  • Made in Germany and comes with a two year warranty.

Product Details

Model Name
GARDENA 6 Station Water distributor
Model Number
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:176 H:164 L:245
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:176 H:164 L:245
Automatic Shut-Off
Battery Back-Up
Computer Software Compatible
Digital Display
Hose-End Compatible
Manual Bypass
Number of Zones

Additional Info

Warranty Info

2 year warranty

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