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  • #910
    camarograna2
    Participant

    1. how will it connect via homekit. Is it via bluetooth or via wifi. If by bluetooth is is bluetooth 5.0, 4.2, 4 ..etc ?
    2. is it homekit certified yet?
    3. how precise is the weather information. Is it based on the city, zip, or more accurate?
    4, what are the weather parameters that will cause the water delay?

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    #973
    Justin
    Keymaster

    Thanks for your questions CAMAROGRANA2!
    1. Homekit will connect via Wi-Fi. Homekit will be available with the timers that have on the manual program button “A,B,C,D” instead of just “A,B,C”.
    2. We are still working on certification.
    3. It uses the weather stations that is based off the zip code.
    4. Currently it goes off the chance of rainfall (30% or more). We are currently working on an update to be based off the chance and actual amount of rainfall.

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    #977
    camarograna2
    Participant

    thanks for the update. that’s an excellent update you are making for item #4

    One last question. For Homekit will i be able to turn on an individual zone at will? Example siri turn on zone 1
    How about will it be able to turn on all one via a run schedule

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    #982
    Justin
    Keymaster

    We are still working all that out with Apple. However, you should be able to turn on one zone or multiple zones.

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    #1033
    schu-c
    Participant

    Thanks for all the helpful info! I have a couple additional questions…
    a) Can you share what weather source/site you are using to determine the chance of rain for US zip codes?
    b) Is the weather checked just once per day? And if so when is this check made, example 8 pm the day before?!?

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