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How many devices can connect to the B-hyve Hubs

Currently, we have two different generations of the B-hyve WiFi hub. The First Gen WiFi Hub connects to our B-hyve faucet timer, and can have up to 64 different devices connected to it at a given time. The Second Gen WiFi Hub connects to our B-hyve XD single, double, four station hose faucet timers as well as our B-hyve Flood sensors, and can have up…Read More »

Unable to turn on Smart Watering on my B-hyve Hose faucet timer or B-hyve XD

If you have a B-hvye XD or the B-hyve hose faucet timer, and are unable to activate smart watering on your device, then this article is for you. The most likely reason that you are unable to turn on smart watering is that your timer is not connected to your home WiFi. In order for our B-hyve hose…Read More »

How to reconnect the Flood Sensors & WiFi Hub to a new router (Or after a change to your router settings)

How to reconnect the Flood Sensors & WiFi Hub when changing routers:  1. In the app, tap My B-hyve then Devices (if you only have Flood Sensors, My B-hyve may be called Settings). 2. Tap on the WiFi Hub then Update WiFi Settings.  3. Your app will look for your Hub and automatically connect to…Read More »

Device Groups

Device groups are a grouping of Hose Faucet Timers and Gen 1 devices that the hose faucet timers can speak with. These device groups will provide the Hose Timers with the internet. If you only have one device, you can ignore this page. The device group page will show you which other B-hyve devices that are on your…Read More »

Pairing Your B-hyve Hose Timer and Hub

This article will help with pairing your B-hyve hose timer and hub to your B-hyve app and home WiFi network. Before we begin let’s take a look at some of the requirements of the B-hyve WiFi Hub: You should download and run the OrbitAssist application using the steps found here to make sure your WiFi network is configured to…Read More »

B-Hyve Hose Faucet Controller – Offline

If your B-hyve hose faucet timer has gone offline, then this article will help to get it reconnected to your WiFi network. Troubleshooting Tips When your timer goes offline, this normally has to deal with the hub. Here are some steps that you can take to get your hub re-connected. Simply Update Wi-Fi Settings in…Read More »

I’ve connected my hub, but I can’t find it on my devices list

If you have connected your hub to your B-hyve app and WiFi, and you are still seeing the “lets get started” page, then this article will help with that. This is because your Hub (BH1) is not a controllable device. All the hub allows you to do is connect your Bluetooth-only Hose Faucet Timers to…Read More »

Pairing The B-hyve Hose Faucet Timer to an Existing WiFi Hub

The following video goes over how to connect a B-hyve Hose timer to an existing B-hyve WiFi Hub on your B-hyve account. Before starting this pairing process, you should download and run the OrbitAssist application using the steps found here to make sure your WiFi network is configured to work best with the B-hyve Hub. You will then want to make…Read More »

B-hyve Hose Timer and Hub LED Descriptions

What do the lights mean on the hub? Blue – it is in pairing mode with your timer. Yellow – it is looking for your Wi-Fi router. Blinking Green – it is looking for the server. Solid Green – it is connected to your timer. Solid White for 8 seconds – it is booting up. Blinking Red – it is paired…Read More »