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The Fliwer system offers plenty of opportunity for expansion, particularly with control systems that can automatically regulate irrigation.

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The Fliwer database and community can be accessed with a variety of devices and the Fliwer app is available for both iOS and Android.

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The Link Wifi contains USB ports that can be used to charge the Fliwer sensor.

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The Fliwer sensor measures a variety of elements, such as sunlight, soil moisture, humidity, temperature, and soil nutrients.

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If you don't have far-reaching Wi-Fi connectivity, Fliwer offers a Link 3G.

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The Fliwer Sensors, Links, and Control units form a communication grid so that both you and they can stay connected at all times.

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The Fliwer Sensor houses an integrated solenoid valve to make watering easier.

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A Fliwer Sensor can be used indoors or out and is waterproof.

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You can access the Fliwer Sensor's information through an app that is available to both Android and iOS users.

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Read more about the Inolve Fliwer Sensor and Link Wifi.
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