SmartPark Irrigation Control
Designed to be the most user friendly controller on the market, this equipment does away with the common 2 line display and provides a full colour touchscreen to the operator.
From here easy access is provided to all the functions you may need in a park. From the selection of two different water supplies (e.g. fresh water and RE water) to the speed control of pumps, BBQ control and path lighting it is all part of the standard.
We're capable of so much more than irrigation.
We offer a total end to end solution, from concept to completion.
Specially designed panels provide safe access for non electricians and uses cost saving designs through effective use of open communication protocols
BBQs & Path Lights
Electric BBQs and path lighting improves the usability of parks. This system will monitor the health of the lights and usage patterns of BBQs
Cloud based PC and mobile device access to all park management functions with multi-layer password protection for staff and contractors
Tank level management with analog level sensing (0-100%) coupled with inflow and outflow alarms on freely selectable levels
Fully integrated PID control for single or multi-pump applications reduces control wiring and provides additional pump data to your control system
Water Quality Testing and Control
When using recycled effluent (RE) it is important to maintain chlorine levels. In-line chlorine and pH testing allows for accurate chlorine injection
Injection of fertiliser midstream of irrigation cycles allows for pre-wetting and watering-in periods
Evapo transpiration data from the weather station lets you adjust (within adjustable limits) the watering times of your irrigation programs
Whether you use multi-wire control or two-wire control, SmartPark Irrigation Control allows you to control up to 100 stations, freely selectable in up to 100 groups.
Add in the display of tank levels, bore levels and a multitude of sensors, all designed to provide you with a complete picture of your irrigation system.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has found its way into the controller as well with every function available on PC’s, tablets and smart phones via 3G and 4G communication and Wifi access. This also means that you will always stay abreast of the condition of your system through the provision of text messages and email.
And best of all, Smart Controllers use open protocol communication (Modbus) so that you can connect a multitude of other devices and software.
Data logging functions provides you with graphical displays of historical data such as tank levels, pressure and flow. The flow and pressure readings are even recorded against every individual station.