We are looking for a wireless remote switch for our well pump at our cabin and I am wondering if one of your products could fit our needs. So quickly, our cabin is situated about 3/4 km from our water well pump. It’s pretty hilly and has trees in the way too. There is electricity at the pump head and right now we have to manually flick a on/off switch at the pump which is filling up the cistern in the house. Right now there is a timer at the pump which we can set so we don’t flood the house if we forget to flick it off. Ideally we would like to have a floating system in the cistern that would tell the pump to turn on/off wirelessly and when low/full or just having start for a small amount of time when low. I added a picture to the email to give you a better idea. Let me know if it’s something you can help us with.
There are some remarkable characteristics of this new product. We add external extend antenna which makes the transmitting distance of this system as long as 3000m. There are two operation methods of this remote controller. The first method is to control water pump motor with manual controller. The second method is to control water pump motor automatically by two mini water level sensors.
The manual operation is fairly easy. When pressing the big button of the transmitter, CB-2, the “ON” signal will be sent to the receiver. The receiver will instruct water pump motor to pump water into the tank. When pressing the small button of the transmitter, CB-2, the “OFF” signal will be sent to the receiver. The receiver will instruct water pump motor to stop pumping water.
Pumping water automation by water level sensors is the highlight of this product. The key technology is the transmitter, CB-2N-2, which is designed to have 3 external wires. We named them wire 1, wire 2 and wire 3. The three wires will be connected to two mini water level sensors.
Let’s show you how it works.
First step, it is installation.
Put the water level sensor 1 downwards and install at the low water level position; Put the water level sensor 2 upwards and install at the high water level position.
Two wires of the water level sensor 1 are connected to wire 1 and wire 3 of transmitter CB-2N-2.
Two wires of the water level sensor 2 are connected to wire 2 and wire 3 of transmitter CB-2N-2.
Motor should be connected to A&B terminal and L&N terminal of receiver S1PUA-AC220-ANT2.
When water reaches the low water level, two wires of the water level sensor 1 is connected and the transmitter is triggered. The transmitter will send an ‘ON”’ signal to the receiver. The receiver will instruct the water pump motor to pump water into the tank.
When water reaches the high water level, two wires of the water level sensor 2 is connected and the transmitter is triggered. The transmitter will send an “OFF” signal to the receiver. The receiver will instruct the water pump motor to stop pumping water.
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