@franz I got a question about the math of how the report of “Gallons Used” works, and I’m wondering if my assumptions are correct.
I made a custom nozzle with 1 cu.in/hr and used “fixed spray head” and I ran the zone for 1 hr and the report said it used 622 gallons. So I assume that if I want to control the rate of the “Water Used” going to a zone, I can just take the GPH of what I really use and divide by the 622, and then I’d get the decimal of what I should set the nozzle cu.in./hr so the Gallons Used calculated will be correct.
Here is an example:
For simplicity, lets say that the real GPH of a zone is 62.2 GPH, I’d then get 62.2/622 = 0.1
So in theory, if I setup a custom nozzle with 0.1 Cu.In./hr, the calculations of Gallons Used should be correct for that zone.
Does this sound correct? Does the type of nozzle (Fixed Spray, Bubbler, etc) affect the “Gallon Used” calculation? I wasnt sure if there are any other factors that affect the results.
I plan on trying a few test to see if my theory is correct, but if you have any input, I’d appreciate it.