GARDENA Electronic Rain Sensors G1189

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$99.99
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Product Description

The GARDENA electronic Rain Sensor works in conjunction with GARDENA Water computers to stops irrigation at the start of rainfall and thereby helps to save water

  • Rain Sensor can be stuck with the spike into the bed beside the plants, or placed on a solid surface
  • Can be connected to the following GARDENA water computers; G1864, G1862, G1883, G1881, G1830
  • Includes 5m cable plug
  • Optical-electronic operation allows a fast reaction to the start of rainfall
  • Made in Germany

Product Details

Model Name
GARDENA Rain Sensors G1189
Model Number
G1189
Material
Plastic
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:135 H:156 L:85
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:135 H:156 L:85
Weight
.4
Corded
Yes
Cordless
Yes
Wireless
No
Wired
Yes
Automatic Shut-Off
Yes

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