Rachio, here is an interesting business case: in Texas, we have relatively large properties. City lots with 1/2 or 1 acre are quiet common. At the same time, our water rates exploded. In Austin, we pay 60% more than in San Diego, with people having water bills in excess of $500, into the four figures. The alternative to city water is well water, but this needs to be carefully managed due to high salinity. We need a smart irrigation controller, that can control 32 zones, and optionally perhaps measure salinity (conductance is measured and salinity calculated), and operate a mixer valve. The problem with the two controller solution is that we cannot wire up one flow meter to two controllers. People on well water, might even need two flow meters connected to all controllers, one for city water, and one for well water.
Are there any updates on a > 16 zone controller solution?