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1696466 No.1696466 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I have two pumps they are supposed to both come on at high level with an alarm. The sensors are conductivity probes of different lengths. They gave me this stupid prewired box to use. I tried to tell them it doesn’t work with a 1 wire probe. They want me to “make it work” -what do?

>> No.1696468

>>1696466
>1 wire probe
That's not how electricity works anon, it's just a name

>> No.1696497

>>1696466
Use the manufacturers reccomended probes for that box. How hard is that
The Plumber

>> No.1696536

>>1696466
>I have two pumps they are supposed to both come on at high level with an alarm. The sensors are conductivity probes of different lengths. They gave me this stupid prewired box to use. I tried to tell them it doesn’t work with a 1 wire probe. They want me to “make it work” -what do?

Post schematic of a 1 wire probe pls.

Asking for a friend who is trying to learn about this stuff.

>> No.1696541
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1696541

>>1696466
>that cable management

>> No.1696612

>>1696541
It's really not that bad.

>> No.1696616

>>1696466

What do you do if you keep torquing those screws until they strip, but they still won't show you the chart?

>> No.1696625

>>1696612
No I was actually impressed, can you comprehend emotions?

>> No.1696708

>>1696466
You would pretty much have to add a board for each sensor that had a relay for your in/out on the terminal shown that could read a conductivity sensor or get conductivity sensors with the aforementioned board built in. I run across them on cooling tower sumps frequently but don't have any specific model numbers at the moment.

>> No.1696793

Time to look at the elementary drawing, OP.

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1696966

>>1696466
Would also like to see the 1 wire probe

>> No.1697110

>>1696966
It's a single wire running to a steel rod from a board that detects leakage to ground. The schematic is a board and sensor with a single line drawn between them

>> No.1697190

>>1697110
In that case, see which of the two terminals is hot, and connect the wire to that terminal.

>> No.1697244

>>1697190
I can't tell if you're trying to be funny or just have no clue how a single wire conductivity sensor works.

>> No.1697546

>>1696708
OP here- thank you that truthfully answers my question

>> No.1697548

contest purchase with financial source of funds to vendor as misrepresented service. call supplier and tell them to "make it work" to get paid...

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