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Subject: Re: Electronic water faucet: How / what they use ?
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Date: Sun, 22 Dec 2002 18:04:40 GMT
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The ones I found (yahoo.com) are preset to prevent extremely hot water from
flowing out of the pipe. Like for use in hospitals and the like. I want the
temperature to be controllable by the user. Even if he/she wants to burn
him/herself :-). I guess I really need a motorized one... I've been unable
to find something like that thoguh. I guess it is gonna be even harder to
find a low voltage one :-(.
"John Woodgate" wrote in message
> I read in sci.electronics.design that dsp1024 wrote
> (in ) about 'Electronic
> water faucet: How / what they use ?', on Sat, 21 Dec 2002:
> >Not so much the flow rate. I want to be able to control the temperature
> >the water by mixing the cold and hot. If I have an on/off valve ... it
> >pretty hard ... unless I'm missing something :-).
> The normal way of doing this is to use a differential thermostatic
> valve, which is non-electronic; it uses a bi-metal strip.
> Regards, John Woodgate, OOO - Own Opinions Only.
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