Rivulis always wants to help farmers solve the challenges and difficulties that farmers are facing at the present time. And want to show farmers how an automatic irrigation system helps them save costs, increase profits. Before discussing the benefits of a drip irrigation system, it is important to first discuss the basic components that are needed and the options appropriate to the practical situation. Understanding your irrigation system options can help you choose the most appropriate irrigation solution to meet each farmer’s different needs. Automation solutions include the transition from manual, manual irrigation through the addition of an irrigation controller to a more sophisticated system including timing-related decision making capabilities. Irrigation and irrigation levels.
Irrigation system controller
Choosing the right irrigation system controller is a crazy and important step because you can choose the level of control and complexity you want for your drip irrigation system. You can choose a simple irrigation system controller if you just want to control the valve system, or you can choose an entire irrigation system controller including pump, main valve, bypass valve, filter, device. Stool.
After determining what we want to control including how many components to control / monitor, we should also consider the communication channel used by the controller in the operation of the system components. We can choose between hydraulic control or electric control. For electricity, we can use wires to connect controllers with different components or wireless RTU antennas in case we want a wire-free system.
General valve and branch valves
Irrigation control valve is the part used to control the individual irrigation areas. Depending on the application, we can operate the remote control system by using hydraulic, electric or pneumatic activation. A control commonly used in drip irrigation systems is electricity, consisting of an electrical part called an electromagnetic device installed on the valve. This will allow the valve to receive electrical signals, then turn it on and off.