Smart control interprets the sensor feedback
Smart control follows a weekly irrigation schedule, cancels useless irrigations and operates the corresponding sector latch or permanent solenoid valves.
As a result, R2-DX-SMART measures, stores and transmits the tensiometric measurements of Watermark sensors to maintain the stability of drip irrigation bulbs in soil, while water consumption changes continuously with climate/soil/plant conditions. Irrigations are scheduled on a maximum time-framed basis for a given run time (e.g. in drip irrigation: 3 times everyday × 1.5 L per drip). Only useful irrigations happen.
Example of result in the soil reported continuously by R2-DX-SMART : stability of tensions in soil shows that the bulbs remain stable.