@marksd100 – not out of the box (we’ll support 1 wireless flow sensor to 1 Rachio 3), but this is a good use case our team consider in the future.
@nneelix – Apologies for any confusion, the Rachio Wireless Flow Meter was designed to add metering and alerts to your sprinkler system. Just curious, are you hoping to identify leaks for whole home usage monitoring?
@apexsprinkler – Not out of the box, but we know this has been requested in the past and is still on our backlog for our team to consider in the future.
@Quincy – We’re laser focused on getting Rachio 3 and the Wireless Flow Meter out at this time. Sounds like you’re interested in soil moisture sensors over the flow meter? Would you want to install one soil moisture sensor for your entire system? Or one soil moisture sensor per zone?
@briansusername – we’ll update the content and details of WI+ to better explain this feature. Expect more details in the next week or so.
@scorp508 – I think you’re asking will Rachio 3 support well pump delay? If so, this would be a software feature; not a hardware feature. Just curious, how long of a delay do you need between zones for your pump?
@Latz – that’s a good question. Let me double check with the hardware team.
@Latz – nope, this doesn’t matter. We’ll be adding step by step instructions for the Wireless Flow Meter to this support article over the next week.
@cencio1976 – the Wireless Flow Meter was designed to be outdoors; durable to extreme elements. Please see these tech specs for more detail.
@g-man – The Wireless Flow Meter can monitor flow down to 0.5 GPM. Does that answer your question?