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  • #2510
    PeteMarsh
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    What’s the recommended way to run two hoses from one faucet? Is it faucet-timer-splitter or faucet-splitter-two timers? If the latter, do the timers know not to run at the same time?

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    #2541
    sholnay
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    It would be up to you, do you want two independent zones? If you do, then you want to split the hose and get two timers. If you only need one zone, then connect the timer and split the hose after the timer.

    If you have two timers, you control when they operate so it’s up you to program them so they don’t overlap.

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    #2642
    PeteMarsh
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    Thanks. If I use smart watering in the two timers set-up, do they know not to run at same time?

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    #2655
    Ryan
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    Since they are separate devices no. However you could adjust the suggested start time for each timer which would help. Or you could have one water on even days and the other on odd days.

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