Hunter - Flow Meter for HC Controller


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Hunter - Flow Meter for HC Controller


  • Flow meter connects to Hydrawise™ ready controllers and Hydrawise software
  • Shows total water use by zone
  • Monitors the system to alert for high- and low-flow conditions
  • Dial allows for manual recording at the meter in GAL
  • Meters are factory calibrated
  • Two-wire read-based pulse output
  • Flow directional markings on body
  • Temperature range (water) – up to 100°F
  • Electrical connection – 2 dedicated wires in shielded cable
  • Accuracy – 2% (+ or -) at recommended flow
  • Material: Brass body with PVC reading cap

The simple-to-install HC flow meter, now with additional range options to accommodate larger pipe sizes, allows customers to better monitor flow rates in systems with Hydrawise-enabled Wi-Fi controllers. When connected to the Hydrawise platform, the HC flow meter provides a convenient option to detect, monitor, and report critical flow zone data and total system flows.

By including an HC flow meter as part of a Hydrawise system installation, customers add an additional layer of landscape protection. This ensures their investment is monitored, their plants are healthy, and their outdoor living space remains in excellent condition. For contractors, a flow meter is a great way to build their businesses through increased offerings and top-level customer service, as problems can be addressed immediately before landscape degradation occurs. For landscape designers, the HC flow meter adds an extra security that helps preserve their thoughtfully designed landscapes.

The HC flow meter connects to Hydrawise-enabled controllers, allowing for:

  • Flow monitoring
  • High- and low-flow alerts
  • Leak detection
  • Water outage during irrigation
  • Total water use reporting
  • Zone water use reporting

The HC flow meter now accommodates additional ranges. The flow meter designed for the U.S. now has four options covering 3/4", 1", 1-1/2", and 2", all with NPT threads and an on-meter, dial-type gauge that displays readings in U.S. GAL.