okay, so I created 2 wan schedules.
They start at 4 AM for three zones, and the fourth zone I have starts at 5 AM. I have enabled smart cycle and weather intelligence on both schedules.
The duration’s that were “auto” picked seemed very long so I cut back the watering duration in half for each WAN schedule.
My question is, will the watering duration for each of the WAN schedules I created increase as the weather gets warmer? Or do the number of days for that month increase as it gets warmer.
Also, I am understanding that by using a WAN schedule, the seasonal adjustments will no longer be taken into consideration or made to the schedule?
I have read a lot on the boards the past few weeks and there seems to be either total confusion as to what WAN vs Flex was supposed to be, or maybe I really daft.
Will WAN determine when and for how long the lawn needs to be watered or not? I am tempted to go back to a flexed schedule because once it was dialed in, I did nothing. I let the system run and it should take care of itself.
We all want something simple, but it seems to me, that WAN scheduling (while having flexlike options built into it), it does not work in the same manner.