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niki

  • 3 years ago

which transducer and motor can i use for water level detection and supply???

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  1. JonTitus
    • 3 years ago
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    Do you need to know the actual level of water or do you just need to know when a tank is full or empty? Will your motor drive a pump to full or empty the tank? Need more info to help you.

  2. JonTitus
    • 3 years ago
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    Can you describe in more detail what you want to do with the sensor and the motor?

  3. niki
    • 3 years ago
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    we are designing a data acquisition circuit for a water tank we are having 2 water tanks one in which the water from the muncipalilty(ground level) will be stored another water tank at some height which draws water from the tank at the ground level when waters present in the tank1 it is expected that water is drawn to tank 2 till it is full(using a motor)

  4. niki
    • 3 years ago
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    i think 2 transducers at near top and near base will go good i needed some help ragarding the transducers i can use and the motor that can be used......

  5. anupadkh
    • 3 years ago
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    well, you can get a metal sensor from the market. Once it reaches the level you have prefered as standard level, the sensor activates producing an electrical signal, which in turn can be used to interpret from microcontroller or some smart switch that turns on the motor.

  6. niki
    • 3 years ago
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    hmm yes we can use an aluminium sensor but we arent to use a metal sensor

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