water flow/pressure sensor connection LSR-H2OPRSN

neuman5022
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water flow/pressure sensor connection LSR-H2OPRSN

Postby neuman5022 » Mon Dec 18, 2017 7:59 pm

Hi Guys,

Can'r figure out this little gizmo...


Unit came with a T connector, and a 7mm small tube....

What is he small tube for ?

Does the 90 degrees way of the connector go to the inlet ?

There is a small screw with Phillips head - is this for adjusting the triggering flow ?

On the back there is a knob you can turn an arm that pushes the spring - what does this do ?

A diagram or few words will help a lot....

Many thanks

Isaac

jhuangupp
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Re: water flow/pressure sensor connection LSR-H2OPRSN

Postby jhuangupp » Thu Dec 21, 2017 5:57 pm

What is the small tube for ?
ANS: The tube is to connect the T connector with the water sensor.

Does the 90 degrees way of the connector go to the inlet ?
ANS: YES, T connector go to inlet of the water sensor. It is a little hard to connect both the T connector and the inlet together. :D

There is a small screw with Phillips head - is this for adjusting the triggering flow ?
ANS: The small screw is to hold the plastic head in place.

On the back there is a knob you can turn an arm that pushes the spring - what does this do ?
ANS: The knob is to adjust the triggering pressure. If you have a low volume output water pump, make sure the plastic head with a screw is in a low position.

neuman5022
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Re: water flow/pressure sensor connection LSR-H2OPRSN

Postby neuman5022 » Mon Dec 25, 2017 2:02 am

Thanks for the answer.

IMHO - this information should be sent with the product itself, ths way you can avoid these kind of questions...

Cheers

Isaac.


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