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On Mar 30, 2017, at 1:13 AM, emil email@example.com wrote:
emil emil Rachio Power User
I recently installed a Rachio G2 controller and cst flow sensor for a client.
@mv56, thanks for spreading the word about Rachio! We appreciate it. Are you a RachioPro?
@emil I’m not, should I be? What are the benefits?
The flow sensor is working great and reporting accurate flow rates.
Great to hear! CST makes good flow sensors.
My concern is that when the flow sensor quits working, the estimated flow data will supplement and we will not know which data we are receiving.
Yes, this is a catch 22 to how the flow data is currently processed. We are exploring alternative ways to visualize and report flow data. Perhaps you’d be interested in connecting with our design team to share any ideas you might have?
@emil For sure.
Can this feature be turned off to only gather sensor data?
Not currently, sorry. But I’ll pass along your pain point.
@emil Ok, yes this is very important to me to continue installing flow sensors for clients with this controller. I need to know 100% that the flow data we are receiving is from the flow meter and when it’s not working. The current setup does not allow for either.
Would setting the irrigated area (sqft) to 0 be a possible temporary remedy therefore not allowing the estimated flow data to complete its formula?
Also, any beta updates for flow capabilites
While I cannot confirm nor deny what we’re working on, I’d recommend you apply to be a beta tester. We’d love to get your feedback on designs as a contractor.
@emil For sure, sounds good.
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