SOURCE: ET Water Systems, Inc.

ET Water Systems, Inc.

June 27, 2011 07:00 ET

ET Water Announces $100 Rebate for HermitCrab Smart Controllers

NOVATO, CA--(Marketwire - Jun 27, 2011) - ET Water Systems, the leader in smart irrigation control and water management solutions, today announced a $100 rebate for its SWAT-certified HermitCrab™ universal smart controller. Effective for units purchased from July 1 through July 31, 2011, and in recognition of Smart Irrigation Month, customers will receive a $100 cash rebate each time they purchase three HermitCrab controllers.

HermitCrab is a self-contained weatherproof unit that in plugs into a broad range of conventional irrigation controllers, converting them into wirelessly-connected smart controllers that utilize the ET Water Web service. HermitCrab efficiently and remotely manages landscape irrigation systems by adjusting watering schedules based on weather conditions. Remote monitoring and management from computers and smartphones saves labor and truck rolls, and provides real-time watering reports. For more information on the ET Water HermitCrab, please visit

Pricing and Availability:
The MSRP of HermitCrab is $850 which includes a one year service subscription of the ETwater Manager. HermitCrab is available nationwide. To locate a dealer, please visit HermitCrab is also eligible for water rebates that significantly reduce the total cost of ownership, from water districts nationwide.

For more information on the ET Water HermitCrab Rebate, please visit Rebate claims must be submitted by September 30, 2011.

About ET Water
ET Water is solving one of the world's most important environmental challenges -- water scarcity -- through innovative and patented intelligent water management solutions. By integrating web-based software, cloud computing, horticulture science, real-time weather data and wirelessly connected digital controllers, ET Water's "smart grid for water" and remote management solution reduces landscape water consumption by up to 50% or more versus conventional alternatives, while improving landscape quality, saving labor, and reducing harmful runoff and pollution. For more information, please visit

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