Sense

(SR-100) Patent Pending

In-ground moisture sensor

***Shipping in June 2018***

Sense by Sprinkl is an in-ground moisture sensor that measures water where your plants care about it most. Sense takes soil moisture measurements at 1″, 3″ and 5″, as well as a baseline soil temperature. This data is communicated to Control on a real time basis, and Sprinkl does the work for you. Based on the real time moisture data, Control knows when and where your yard needs additional water, and will apply it automatically through Control’s Autonomous Watering setting.  No scheduling required.

  • Multiple sensors can be paired with Control (1 per zone is recommended)
  • Moisture readings will be available directly on the app
  • Autonomous Watering setting applies water to individual zones that need it
  • Six (6) year battery life means you don’t have to worry about replacement
  • Sensor is completely buried and won’t be hit by mowers
MSRP: $35
plus shipping & taxes
(Volume Discounts Available)

5% Discount on 3+ sensors with promo 3Pack

10% Discount on 5+ sensors with promo 5Pack

15% Discount on 10+ sensors with promo 10Pack

20% Discount on 16 sensors with promo 16Pack

Specifications

Model SR-100
Item Weight 0.5 lb
Dimensions 6 3/8″ x 3″ x 1/2″
Batteries required Supplied with Sense
Designed to work with Control by Sprinkl
FAQ For Sprinkl Sense SR-100

Can individual sprinkler stations be turned on or and off?

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Can individual sprinkler stations be turned on or and off?

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Can individual sprinkler stations be turned on or and off?

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