The raw data can be confusing since the irrigation status is reported every 10 seconds. If you look at the status field you can determine what that line means.
For status 1 the total on time is a counter of how much it has been irrigation so far. The status 5 shows the total amount in that cycle.
|0||Beginning of irrigation event|
|1||Middle of irrigation event|
|2||Ready – ready to irrigate but haven’t received start message from control node (used internally)|
|3||Queued – would like to irrigate but there isn’t enough water supply (used internally)|
|4||Almost end of irrigation event (reserved for future implementation if necessary)|
|5||End of irrigation event|
|6||No irrigation event in progress (idle)|
We have been able to reduce our water use by 25%
Terry Hines, Hale and Hines Nursery, Tennessee
Sensorweb provides greater assurance that your plants are being watered correctly, not just some of the time, but all the time.
Chris McCorkle, McCorkle Nurseries
Worked with Sensorweb for 5 years in my greenhouse. I would recommend Mayim to anyone without hesitation.
Charles Bauer, Flowers by Bauers
It is a great tool for both researchers and for on-farm sensor-based irrigation.
in graphs and spreadsheets.
Dr. Marc van Iersel, University of Georgia
Sensorweb system makes Raemelton Farm more efficient in our use of water and more effective at producing beautiful trees, quickly
Steve Black, Raemelton Farm
Sensorweb allows me to access greenroof data remotely; this expedited access to the data supports better and faster analysis for both research and teaching purposes.
Dr. Olyssa Starry, Portland State University