The Hunter ICC Controller has superior flexibility, ease of use, and outstanding water management, all together in one commercial controller.
Hunter introduced the concept of personalized construction for controllers–allowing custom tailoring to more effectively handle the odd number of stations a system may require–and the acceptance has been overwhelming. Then again, why shouldn’t it be? After all, nothing else makes more sense when seeking the ideal choice to run irrigation systems at virtually any commercial site, from schools, parks, and sports fields to hotels, resorts, and apartment buildings. The idea is a simple one: a controller that’s “built” by combining sets of “modules” to create a system that can handle up to 48 stations and handle the different irrigation needs for turf, shrubs, and flower beds, as well as any special watering restrictions. Whatever size you choose, you’ll enjoy all the features one could want: dial programming; a large easy-to-read display; programmable master valve; 365-day calendar; rain sensor bypass; seasonal adjustment; a choice of plastic, metal, or stainless steel cabinets; and Hunter’s simplified user set-up. Hunter ICC, for the ultimate in flexibility.
The Hunter ICC 800-PL has been discontinued and can be replaced by the Hunter I-Core
Free shipping! With the Hunter ROAM remote you don’t need to walk back to the controller to stop and start a manual watering cycle. The ROAM Remote lets you roam wire-free for simple remote operation up to a 1000-foot range. Learn More
The Solar Sync Hunter Sensor has a built in Quick Response sensor for passing showers, an adjustable Rain-Clik sensor for soaking showers, and a solar sensor that measures the sun's rays and monitors temperature. The Hunter Solar Sync will keep your lawn at peak performance with optimal watering. Learn More
The Hunter ET System is an easy-to-add-on accessory (for Hunter SRC, Pro-C and ICC controllers) that measures key climatic conditions, and uses them to calculate your local Evapotranspiration (ET) factor. Learn More
The best time to water your lawn is in the morning. Water your lawn between 5:00 am and 10:00 am when water pressure is at it's best and the temperature is cool. Daytime watering is less efficient because of wind and evaporation from sunlight.