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From: "Michael Painter"
Subject: Re: HELP NEEDED TO DESIGN A WATER LEVEL INDICATOR
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Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 23:10:06 GMT
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"RJW" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> Can you put a stick into the tank that will have the indicators on it?
> "Regi P.Abraham" wrote in message
That may not be practical. we need something on our water tanker and would
have to climb up on top to use it. Dangerous and time consuming.
Cheap is a plastic pipe that sooner or later we'll add to solve the problem.
But that will cause a (minor) problem. If you can see the water level then
pretty soon you will not see the water level. That green stuff will grow
> > Hi,
> > I am from Bangalore India and is looking for some one who can help me
> > with the following electronic circuit. Please do let me know if you
> > will be in a position to help me out. In the event of you not being
> > In a position to help, can you please suggest some one else?
> > De appreciate a revert on the possibilities.
> > Thanks & Regards
> > Regi P.Abraham
> > Details of circuit required.
> > Water level indicator.
> > 1. The device should be able to measure the water in the tank and
> > communicate the same through a LED display.
> > 2.The display should be in liters and up to 99999 lts.
> > 3. There should also be a voice indicator at extreme levels.
> > 4. The data transfer from the tank to the display unit should be both
> > wire and wire less ( one design with the wire less.)
> > 5. Should be very economical and with parts commonly available.
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