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Case Study





The Problem
Construction sites, median strips, roundabouts, rural properties, municipal parks – all of these places lack standard electric power.

The Solution
But with the STREGA Time-Controlled Wireless Emitter for Irrigation Valve, we make it possible for Municipalities in charge of landscape management to enjoy the benefits of advanced irrigation.

The Benefits
Battery life is guaranteed over 7+years, making replacement a simple task. In addition, the operator can communicate with the valve from kilometres away, even in urban areas. Users get real-time valve Open/Close control and feedback directly from each zone.

There are no extra satellite irrigation controllers required to use the STREGA LoRaWAN time-controlled transceiver – normally these controllers are very accessible, and become easy targets for vandals or thieves. With all the installed components hidden safely underground and out of view, the smart emitter system is truly vandal-resistant, ensuring you can continue to securely manage your land.

The STREGA weatherproof devices (IP68) can easily be buried below surface-level into a valve box. Each smart-emitter has its own identification number that is logged at the central control centre, or to your smartphone. No wires also mitigates the indirect lightning effect, meaning the use of lightning arrestors is simply not necessary.

Future expansion has never been so easy – just install the valve into the irrigation box, and you are ready to go. Anywhere.


LoRa communication range tests performed within suburban area in the United Arab Emirates


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