Dramm Updates Misting Controller to Allow for Extra Misting

Dramm-Mist-Time-ControllerDramm recently updated its MistTime10 misting controller to include a manual cycle that can be run anytime a grower feels an extra shot of mist is required.

The new program allows the operator to elect to run a single, manual cycle of any valve, using the pre-programmed timer. Once the single cycle has run, the controller will revert back to its previous program and continue to operate as normal.

The update also adds both Spanish and French language programing so that different operators may use the controller in their native language. Manuals in both Spanish and French are available on the MistTime webpage.

The new update comes installed on all new MistTime10 controllers and is free to download for all current owners of the controller. Installation instructions and the software update are available on the MistTime webpage.

Learn more about the MistTime10 at Dramm.com or contact Dramm at 800-258-0848 with questions.

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