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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
take the sensor above water level--say in a bucket of water then lift it out of the bucket
if the mains water flows or stops flowing depending on whether the sensor is in or out of the water will indicate it sensor or solenoid of the rainbank
I suspect that the sensor will be a simple float arrangement filled with mercury so that when it is hanging down ( no tank water) the mercury bridges a set of contact points and makes a circuit and when it get to a fill point the mercury flows away from the points and so breaks the circuit
Posted on Sep 28, 2016
Testimonial: "I should have mentioned that the Sensor is not a float but is actually fitted at several rungs above bottom level. I imagine thAt I should be able to measure a Voltage or ???? which is then connected to the Rainbank to switch On / Off the town water."
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