Wireless Rain & Freeze Sensor

Rain and freeze sensors are becoming “must have” components for irrigation systems these days. Rain Bird designed the new WR2 wireless sensor to exceed the standard. With revolutionary features, this sensor saves time, improves system performance and enhances your reputation as a water management expert.

Reliable signal transmission and other innovations deliver superior responsiveness to rainfall and cold temperatures, while user-friendly features cut installation and programming time in half. Choose your own rainfall set points and save up to 35% on water usage while promoting lush, beautiful landscapes.
• WR2 Controller Interface
• Width: 3.1“ (7.9 cm)
• Length: 6.8” (17.2 cm)
• Depth: 1.7” (4.3 cm)
• Distance between Mounting Holes: 6.25″ (15.9 cm)
WR2 Sensor Assembly
• Sensor Length: 5.8” (14.7 cm)
• Attachment Bracket Length: 4.6” (11.7 cm)
• Distance between Mounting Holes: 4.25″ (10.8 cm)
• Horizontal displacement (bracket + fixed ball arm): 5.5” (14.0 cm)
• Application: suitable for use with 24 VAC controllers (with or without pump start / master valve).
• Electrical rating suitable for use with up to six 24VAC 7VA solenoids plus an additional master valve or pump start that does not exceed 53VA.
• Controller Interface Wire: 30” (76 cm) length of #22 gauge (0.64 mm) UV resistant extension wire.
• UL, cUL, CE, C-Tick, and WEEE certifications.
• FCC approved spread spectrum 2 way radio transceivers with FCC Class B approvals.
• Signal transmission distance of 700’ Line of Sight.
• Battery life: four or more years under normal operating conditions.
• 6 KV surge / lighting protection.
• Adjustable rainfall settings from 1/8” – 1/2” (3 – 13 mm).
• Adjustable low temperature settings from 33°F – 41°F (0.5° – 5°C).
• Three irrigation modes to select: Programmed, Suspend Irrigation for 72 hours, Override sensor for 72 hours.
• “Quick Shut Off” suspends active irrigation cycle within approximately two minutes.
• High-grade, UV resistant polymer units resist harmful environmental effects.