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DIG Corp. wins IA’s new product of the year award

Business Management, Industry News, Irrigation

The LEIT 2ET System, a weather-based, solar-powered wireless irrigation system was named the new product winner for the Turf/Landscape Division.

| January 12, 2010

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – DIG Corporation’s LEIT-2ET weather-based, solar-powered wireless irrigation system was named by the Irrigation Association as the new product winner for the Turf/Landscape Division at the recent IA Show. 
 
The system was chosen as the winner of by a panel of judges made up of irrigation professionals from around the U.S. The Irrigation Association award honors irrigation products that foster new concepts and innovative technologies that improve and conserve future irrigation water usage around the world. 
 
The LEIT-2ET adjusts daily irrigation programs according to site and real-time weather information provided locally by the system’s wireless weather stations. The system is programmed to monitor, control and adjust irrigation schedules for each zone through the weather information received from the solar-powered wireless weather stations along with programmed site information received from the LEIT RC2ET handset. The system operates by using solar power to charge lead-free super capacitors. 
 

 

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