Why not use a relay?Just another FYI: I found 12 Volt float switches (separate and complete units) at a boating shop here in Cape Town.... Sure that there must be boating shops all around the country? Right? I know - being 12 V - one would have to use an inverter as well....
BTW: the complete pump/float-switch units here at the boating shop went for R360.
(Must still buy one).
Hi Mekaeel. I must apologize - I have no idea what the SAGA units are. BUT, there are different float-switches - one is a square float, connected on the one-side in a pivotal manner to the electronic sender unit, and when the float moves up, it switches either off or on (and moving downwards switches the opposite - this will most likely depend on how you connect it).... The other type of float-switch is "built-in" - i.e. a round float moving on a shaft where the shaft either closes the switch at the top of the unit, or opens the switch....Jacques is it the same type of float switch thats on the SAGA units?
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