About Digital Sun
Digital Sun is the leading provider of low-cost wireless sensors for residential and commercial irrigation control. Digital Sun products provide ease-of-use and efficiency for existing and new irrigation systems.
Many parts of the US desperately need a better way to maintain healthy landscapes. Improperly watered landscapes cause damage to valuable plants and waste valuable resources. Over-watered lawns essentially drown the plants by cutting off much needed root aeration while wasting money on precious water. Under-watered plants sustain damage to roots, deterioration in appearance and eventually death.
Enjoy Easy, Reliable Irrigation
Digital Sun’s products provide a simple, elegant solution to the problem of properly maintaining landscapes. Soil moisture sensors and low-power wireless technologies efficiently maintain soil moisture for optimum landscape health.
Innovation From Silicon Valley
Digital Sun’s is an innovative technology company with headquarters in San Jose, CA. We have been part of the Environmental Business Cluster incubator and numerous Silicon Valley high technology veterans have contributed to the company's developments. Our products are manufactured in the USA for better service, delivery and quality.
Company Address: 5655 Silver Creek Valley Rd., PMB434, San Jose, CA 95138
Main Number: 408-728-6422
We are always on the lookout for talented people who can join our team. We are headquartered in San Jose, CA.
Below is a link to the March 16, 2010 announcement for S.Sense.
Below is a link to a printable product sheet for S.Sense.
Below are links to Digital Sun’s high-resolution logo and product photos
News and Press
SVASE Unveils ‘Hot’ Emerging Tech Companies to Debut at Launch: Silicon Valley 2010 - May 24, 2010
Digital Sun Launches S.Sense Wireless Sensor Upgrade for Smart Irrigation - Smart Product Ecosystem Connections, March 19, 2010
Digital Sun Debuts Irrigation 'Thermostat' for Your Lawn - Freaklabs.com Zigbee Blog, March 17, 2010
Smart water sensors use wireless to detect dryness levels - ZD Net, March 16, 2010
Irrigation Systems Get Wireless Smarts Via New Moisture Sensors - EarthTechling.com, March 16, 2010