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Welcome to Roberts County FWSD No. 1
Welcome to the Web site for the Roberts County Fresh Water Supply District - No. 1.
Roberts County Fresh Water Supply District No. 1 and Mesa Power, LP invite you to learn more about the proposed joing-right-of-way project to provide much needed options for addressing increasingly critical water supply and electrical power issues in Texas.
If you have questions about this project, please contact us – we will do our best to answer your questions and address your concerns.
Advantages of owning Simarine Pico Battery Monitor
Boat batteries are expensive things and it deserves some investments to ensure you get the very best of them. Nothing can grind your gears more than the dull snap of a flat battery when you try starting your boat engine or your GPS stops working in the middle of the ocean.
While an empty battery on a boat is somewhere close to being risky and inconvenient, we should start preparations early to prolong their lifespan.
As a general guideline, a lead-acid battery ought to never be less than 50% charged. Utilizing more will significantly lessen its life. A few specialists even say not to utilize over 25% before you recharge. You can partially take care of the issue of empty batteries with a basic voltmeter that shows the battery voltage, however estimating voltage isn't the best method to decide battery charge. Estimating the real measure of energy remaining in a battery is an intricate task, not as easy as checking the level in a fuel or water tank.
Even if you apply the rule of math alongside your voltmeter, you will have to give your battery no less than three hours of rest before estimating its voltage if you really want your result to be realistic. For a Lithium battery, it is much harder to decide the state of charge from voltage because of a level release voltage curve for this type of battery.
Be that as it may, knowing how much energy is left in your batteries is just a large portion of the fight if you’re trying to keep them sound and healthy. How would you know if your batteries are getting sufficiently charged or not? Are your sun wind generators or solar panels adequate? Do you think the generators will begin running once more?
This is where a battery monitor becomes possibly the most important factor. It conveys all the critical info like amperes and volts coming in, your battery utilization and remaining ampere-hours. While any battery monitor is much better than not using anything all if you know what to look out for, there are some significant preferences to utilizing our Simarine PICO battery monitor and its pronounced battery monitoring.
It gives an exceedingly precise monitoring at a sensible cost, bundled into our award winning smooth plan. PICO guarantees exact estimation of temperature, current and voltage of your battery and gives you accurate status about your battery condition of charge, wellbeing, and substantially other helpful data.
What is far more superior it that it conveys all the data in an unmistakable, brief and straightforward way so any crew member can see how much charge is left of the battery and decide what to do next.
Depending on your arrangement, it can likewise give information about water, grey water and fuel, so you can simply know how much carefree time on your boat despite everything you have.
PICO's menu arrangement is straightforward and simple to utilize. All progressions is done utilizing four touch buttons underneath the screen or through a mobile application.
For the best battery information analysis, you require something other than real-time information. PICO also stores recorded information and gives you the opportunity to break down your battery status better. What's more, we should not overlook its expandable engineering.
PICO allows using up to 20 Simarine modules and shunts to monitor a wide range of boats – from a superyacht to a small boat’s system with up to 20 independent generators and consumers, 14 tanks as well as 6 battery tanks.
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