Turf-grass requires good soils and adequate levels of sunlight, nutrients, and water to endure a wide range of environmental extremes and withstand traffic from golfers. Of these requirements, water may be the most challenging to provide because it must be distributed frequently and uniformly into the soil for uptake by the turf-grass root system. The STREGA LoRa time-controlled wireless emitter can help Golf Club owners to reduce their installation costs by avoiding the use of dedicated wires to control the valves from the control room.
The first and most obvious benefit of wireless components is that they can be installed in situations where wires would be a major hassle to put in. This is particularly true in the case of retrofitting an existing built space. Some locations have plenty of water, but no power: wireless technology is the solution to the problem. STREGA wireless technology allows valves to go “where no valve has gone before.”
Even burried below ground surface, the LoRaWAN signal propagates to extreme long distances
Control Room server is locally linked to the LoRa receiver/gateway which communicates on an extreme range to the time-controlled emitters
The STREGA LoRaWAN emitter connects directly to the DC latching solenoid of the valve