Water your garden automatically using solar panels
A new concept for gardens, the Garden Sitter, is a solar powered system, programmable rain barrel irrigation system that is capable of watering a garden for months together, without any sort of human intervention.
The system was designed by Gary Lee of Edenton, North Carolina.
Gary Lee designed his very own solar rainwater harvesting irrigation system, then he turn around and makes it available to the public.
The system is powered by solar energy, which makes it more acceptable among the increasingly environment conscious population.
The system is equipped with a North Carolina Cypress box which contains 5 watt solar panel. It also has a 7 amp charge controller and battery. The LED lights attached to it, sum up the status of charging.
You can set the time according to your convenience and shoo off the nightmare of a destroyed garden.
The construction of the system, it consists of twin barrels and has a holding capacity of 2600 gallons.
It can be used throughout the growing season and is expected to save an estimated 5000 gallons.
This is a magnificent invention because uses a renewable source of energy to function and the other that Garden Sitter is save water, a bare necessity that is becoming increasingly expensive around the world.
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