I had a whole page typed in here. The marina here in La Paz
has speeded up the connectrion by cutting people off after short inaction I guess.
After spending 35 years in the water treatment industry, I will pipe in here.
As stated earlier, RO water is not the same quality as DI water. DI is used to clean up what RO leaves behind. That's the fastest way to say it.
Water that is good enough to drink will shut down a power plant inside of an hour. It will shut down a micro electronics
plant in a few minets. Are you measuring parts
per million, parts
per billion or parts pert trillion? If you have access to a conductivity meter, test DI against RO. Test the DI first, so as not to contaminate it with RO water.
Having said that, we need to hear from someone who can tell us how fussy batterys are. I'm guess the better the water, the better the chance of getting long life out of your batterys.
When I was a kid working in gas stations, you know, where they used to clean your windshield, check your oil
, tires, radiatior and BATTERY
We used to keep a battery bottle full of tap water handy. I suppose it helped to sell more batterys.