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How to Mount a Pro-HC Hunter (Hydrawise)


This controller was formally referred to as the Hydrawise Irrigation Controller. This will be part of the Pro Series Landscape Contractor. Specifically, I choose this sprinkler controller because of its contractor platform capabilities. As a residential controller, the Hydrawise unit is definitely one of the top contenders for the wifi controller market.

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  1. what is the distance between the two top screws of the new Pro-HC? I am trying to replace my old Hunter Pro-C and want to see if I can use the same screw holes on the side of my house. I measured 7 1/2 from the top 2 of the Pro-C

  2. I can’t find comparisons. Why did you pick the pro hc over the residential indoor HC version (aka 1200i). I was back and forth a lot and think the only difference I can see is the pro hc build difference is weather proofing and ability for 24 stations etc. or a more contractor level unit while the plain HC seems to be the same version, just not weather proof and capacity of 12 stations. (I only need 6).
    Especially where you installed it indoors too.
    I’d love to know your reasoning for one over the other. Thanks so much!

  3. Thanks! Which is smarter? This controller or Rainbird ESP TM2 or this? I’m wanting better real weather input. I think I requested this model but the TM2 was delivered.

  4. Thanks for the video. I’m wanting to switch from my RainBird ESP-Me to the Hunter Pro-HC and this helps to take a lot of the mystery out of it.

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