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.
Did you recently perform an update on your Windows 10 Rain Bird Central Control computer and are now having issues with your COM port? Completion of the Windows 10 update 1803, released on approximately July 10th, 2018, has caused users to experience reassigned COM ports. This prevents the Central Control from communicating with connected devices [...]
Curious about IC CONNECT and what is required to add it to your irrigation system? Below we answer some frequently asked questions. What sensors can the IC-IN work with? –IC-IN should work with any sensor that has a signal output of the following types: Voltage:0-10 VDC Current:4-20 mA DC Contact Closure: - Pulse Counting [...]
All Rain Bird Golf valve-in-head rotors are equipped with a top adjustable pressure regulator. Rotors are manufactured and sold with two factory settings, 4.8 Bars and 5.5 Bars. The pressure setting is set at the factory, tested, then color coded. Pressure setting is indicated by paint color on the PRS selector. [...]
Having issues getting your MRLK radio to work? Try the tips below! Check to see if your Com Port Settings are set to 9600 8,N,1 Make sure you have a null modem adapter at the remote radio Program your radios with the master radios serial number Do not place radios next to each other. They [...]
Remote access to Rain Bird central control is as convenient as the Internet, with Rain Bird’s MI Series Mobile Controller software. This software runs on the central control computer to provide remote irrigation control via any web-enabled mobile device. Available in Advanced and Professional versions, users can activate sprinklers and programs; view which sprinklers and programs [...]
Rain Bird 751 Series enables the user to shift between three arc settings to selectively water fairways, roughs—or both. See how to easily adjust the arc setting with a flat head screwdriver.
A clear and unobstructed mounting location is necessary to obtain accurate rainfall readings. The Rain Can must be mounted level for proper operation of the tipping mechanism and accurate recording of rainfall. The mount for the Rain Can should be sturdy enough to allow very little to no movement in windy conditions, vibrations from movement due to wind will reduce accuracy.