Cycle+Soak is an exclusive feature in Rain Bird Central Control software that allows users to precisely schedule and apply water to be consistent with the infiltration rate of the soil in each specific area around the golf course.
Running your Central Control with evapotranspiration (ET) saves time and money by addressing the plants direct needs based on the exact weather and ground conditions. Watch a short tutorial video on how to setup your Rain Bird Central Control to run using ET.
Learn how to use Rain Watch™ in your Rain Bird Central Control. Rain Watch technology maximizes water efficiency, while minimizing system wear and tear, through intelligent, real-time decision-making based accurate rainfall measurement.
In order to allow the Central Control to run using ET, your best option is to ensure in-field and Central Control setup is accurate. Inputting the data from the field including Spacing (shape type and distance), Rotor (Type and nozzle set up) flow rate and arc details allows the CCS to have an accurate
A how-to video on how to replace PRS tubes on Rain Bird Golf Rotors.
Watch the benefits of Rain Bird's exclusive self-flushing action and how it ensures Rain Bird Rotors are built to last.
This video will show you how to install the Rain Bird IC CONNECT device, IC-OUT.
This video will show you how to install the Rain Bird IC CONNECT device, IC-IN.
This video will show you how to configure long run times for individual stations within Rain Bird® Central Control.
This video will show you how to add and control general purpose field equipment using an IC-OUT device from Rain Bird® Central Control.
This video will show how to add and configure a Rain Watch™ sensor using an IC-IN device from Rain Bird® Central Control.
This video will go over the Rain Bird MI FREEDOM standard program commands 71-76, 37 and 57.
A how to video on Rain Bird MI Software's extended FREEDOM commands.
A how to video on Rain Bird MI Software commands 1-6.
Demonstration of the memory arc feature which allows simple one turn adjustment to move from part-circle to full-circle and then back to part-circle.