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A water meter with an impulser, i.e. a work of automation - a partisan.

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    H3nry
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    I wonder how much he will lower the indications :)
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    dasej
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    Hello.

    No revelation. If you did it without opening the meter and put it on a sealed counter it would be a feat.

    And since you have a meter unsealed, it was necessary between the overlay and the mechanism to insert the HALL sensor
    there is already a magnet that carries information from the mechanical part (hermetically sealed)
    for the counting part (plastic "kulak").

    A water meter with an impulser, i.e. a work of automation - a partisan.
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    goldi74
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    Where did he get from this choker Halla when he could:

    Art.B wrote:
    at hand there was a reed sensor of the position of the piston from the pneumatic cylinder, a small neodymium magnet and cyanoacrylate adhesive.

    ?
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    kortyleski
    Level 42  
    On the one hand, the great applause for creativity, most automata can unfortunately only think about learned schemes. On the other hand, a machine part was not available on the market. So it's not removable in the event of a failure.
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    Krzysztof Kamienski
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    Phew, Central Poland ... Pawns ... 250 zl .... somewhat more ... elegant, right? It went to Suriname a week :cry:

    A water meter with an impulser, i.e. a work of automation - a partisan.
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    nouki
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    Krzysztof Kamienski wrote:
    Phew, Central Poland ... Pawns ... 250 zl .... somewhat more ... elegant, right? It went to Suriname a week :cry:

    A water meter with an impulser, i.e. a work of automation - a partisan.


    Hello.

    Only that what in the picture is how I remember is the switch and not the pulser.
    You can set the min-max flow.
    greetings
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    Krzysztof Kamienski
    Level 43  
    The impulser has also been operating as a flow meter in a certain industrial installation for a year.
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    jalop
    Level 24  
    @ Art.B
    My guess is that the measurement needed to control the chlorator? If so, I would have a few questions (: