The best smart watering systems
With the new season of NBA basketball upon us, NBA teams are beginning to explore smart watering stations, and it’s not only the Warriors that are experimenting with them.
The Dallas Mavericks are taking a page from the Warriors playbook by deploying an LED water cooler that looks like an actual water cooler, with an LED light system to light up the water.
The team has already installed the system, and you can check out a video of the process in the video above.
It looks pretty similar to the Warriors’ water cooler in terms of size, but with the addition of LED lighting, the system will not only be more efficient but also look more appealing.
The Mavericks’ LED water system, courtesy of the Dallas Mavericks.
As the Warriors, Mavericks and Cavs have all experimented with smart watering in recent years, the idea that a team can install a system that’s similar to a real water cooler is not only exciting, it’s actually something that could help the Warriors become more competitive in the league.
The Mavericks, for example, have already been testing a smart watering concept in the summer of 2016, and their team water system was a major part of that.
The idea behind smart watering is that you simply put a smart device into your water, and when you’re not in the room, your water automatically changes its settings based on your location and temperature.
It’s a concept that has worked well for the Warriors.
“We really don’t want to rely on just a water temperature and that water changes,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said last year.
“We want to have it change based on what you’re doing.
That’s a great idea.
I think that’s a lot of what we’re going to do.
We’re really going to have to work on that.”
The Warriors are also taking the concept of smart watering a step further by incorporating an additional feature in the water cooler.
Instead of being a single LED bulb, the water can be dimmed and turned off, to reduce the amount of light that comes through.
This is especially important for a team like the Mavericks, who are currently without a reliable source of LED light in their gym, and are hoping to be able to replace the light bulbs in the locker room with LED fixtures in the future.
As you can see in the above video, the Warriors are installing the water thermostat into the water coolers, and the light will be dimming when the temperature of the water changes, and turning on when the water temperature changes.
This will also give the Warriors a way to adjust the temperature based on their body temperature.
In the video below, Kerr explains the process.
“If you have the water at a certain temperature, it changes.
The temperature is set to 70 degrees.
So if you have that water temperature, when the humidity is high, the temperature is at 70 degrees, and then when it gets below 70 degrees it’s going to get to 60, then it’s getting to 45, and at that point you just turn the thermostats off, and your temperature will change.”
It’s unclear how long the smart watering will be in place, but the Warriors will probably be adding this feature to the system as the season progresses.
In other words, they’re not only hoping to have smart watering on the roster, but also adding this technology to the facility so that they can implement it when the season starts.