If the irrigation system does not water on the scheduled day, you may have a cancellation caused by a sensor or a water trigger. The Reports tab titled will indicate if either has occurred (e.i., wet rain sensor).
|View Canceled Watering
- Sign in to your Hydrawise account.
- Click the Reports icon () at the bottom or click Reports if using your computer (PC) from your home Dashboard.
- Click the Report Schedule.
- View the zones that were scheduled to run that day. If you see lines crossed through any of the zones, this indicates a Sensor or Water Trigger canceled the watering.
Sensors will automatically cancel irrigation 30 days in advance but revert to the normal state (not stopping irrigation) when the sensor switches back. This could be several hours or days as it depends on the current climate conditions.
- Aborted Due to Sensor Input
- Weather sensor is active (rain sensor, wind sensor or moisture sensor) Schedule will cancel indefinitely until sensor status returns to normal.
Scheduling will be canceled based on how each trigger is set.
- Aborted Due to High Probability of Rain
- The forecast chance of rain is higher than the trigger, and the schedule will reset/check the following day again.
- Aborted Due to High Forecast of Wind Speed
- Local wind speed is higher than the mph set in the trigger, the schedule will reset/check the following day again.
- Not Watering Due to Low Temperature
- Forecast High Temperature is lower than the temperature set in the trigger, the schedule will reset/check again the following day
- Aborted Due to High Weekly Rainfall
- The total amount of rain for the last 7 days is higher than the trigger, the schedule will reset after the last 7 days is less than trigger
- Aborted Due to Rainfall Higher last 24hr
- Previous day’s rainfall is higher than set in the trigger, the schedule will reset/check again the following day