I've posted a few times recently regarding the sump pump situation in my
house. Got a few helpful answers to some issues, but now that I've
educated myself it boils down to this:
My sump pump (Hydromatic WA1 I think) has a water depth sensor on a
metal tab attached to the pump. You can bend this tab a bit to "fine
tune" the level at which the sensor turns on the pump. But, even at it's
highest, it's still way lower than I would like the water level to be to
trigger the pump. And, the pump turns off before the level is as low as
I'd like it to be. So, I'm getting frequent, short pumping cycles.
I'd like to bypass the built in water sensor and hook up an independent
sensor that I can set to on and off levels of my own choosing. Does such
a beast exist?
Electrically this would be easy to implement; I would just unplug the
pump from the current sensor-controlled receptacle, and plug it into the
First I have to find the right product though. Any help would be