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The lawn view requires a large screen for drag and drop.  The phone screen is too small for it to be useful.  Hence, the phone app is designed for quick and easy functions such as turning on a zone and standard configurations.
For all other (advanced) functions, you should use your desktop browser.
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Member Contributions / IOS app - lawn image
« Last post by Andrew on June 25, 2020, 07:54:39 am »
Wondering if you plan to incorporate the Lawn Image Into the ios app as per the web app?
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Help / Re: Running multiple valves simultaneously
« Last post by bluespray_admin on June 17, 2020, 11:35:19 pm »
The calendar view doesn't impose one run on the other well.  But you can see the runs under Today's Runs when the run day comes.
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Help / Re: Running multiple valves simultaneously
« Last post by codymnelson on June 15, 2020, 10:18:23 pm »
This makes sense. I set this up as you suggested but i had one more hiccup.  At first i thought i did something wrong because i could only see one scheduled program on the calendar view for that given time. I changed the time of the one schedule a few minutes and then saw that indeed it was there but apparently the calendar cant handle showing concurrent schedules for the same time. Is that correct at this point?
Thanks for your help!
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We now have iOS and Android app.  Please search your app store for the official BlueSpray app.
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Help / Re: Running multiple valves simultaneously
« Last post by bluespray_admin on June 13, 2020, 04:07:51 pm »
In order to run multiple zones concurrently, you'd want to set Stack mode (Settings->Operation) to No, then schedule your programs to start at the same time.

Please be careful not to have 1 zone overlapping the same time.  The best way is not to repeat the zones in your programs i.e. if program 1 has Zone 1 in it, program 2 should not.

For example:

1. Program 1 has zones 1, 3, 5, 7 on for 10 min, others 0 min.
2. Program 2 has zones 2, 4, 6, 8 on for 10 min, others 0 min.
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Help / Running multiple valves simultaneously
« Last post by codymnelson on June 04, 2020, 02:03:50 pm »
Hey,
I set up some drip zones with pretty low flow. I separated them in order to have flexibility of relative water application so i don't have to change flow rates on drippers to tune everything.  My well pump and pressure regulator aren't super exited about running one low flow zone at a time. The pump needs some flow to keep the seals cool and the pressure regulator is pulsing more than healthy.

My question is, how do I turn on multiple valves simultaneously? This is stated as a feature on the Bluespray website.

If they were all running for the same amount of time i could wire them together, but that defeats the purpose of splitting them up.
 
The only way I can figure out is to have each zone assigned its own program and schedule and then turn off stacking runs.  Having 8 zones to do this seems like it cant be right.  If i want to change the start time I have to edit 8 schedules instead of 1 which is cumbersome.
Can anyone help me with this?
Thank you!

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Announcements / Re: BlueSpray Android app is released
« Last post by bluespray_admin on May 28, 2020, 07:18:54 pm »
iOS app is now available on Apple App Store.  Just search for BlueSpray!
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Announcements / BlueSpray Android app is released
« Last post by bluespray_admin on May 20, 2020, 11:28:54 pm »
We're excited to announce the release of our Android app.  You can search for BlueSpray in the Android Play Store and install it.

IOS is coming soon.  It's just a matter of going through Apple's red tapes right now.
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General Discussion / Re: Firmware 2.2.2
« Last post by bluespray_admin on February 27, 2020, 08:08:37 pm »
The best way to upgrade is to go to Settings->Administration and click the Download button and let the controller do the rest.

You should not download the firmware file, then upload. That was for going from 1.x to 2.x firmware.
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