Water Level Switch and submersible water pump for your aquarium or home flowers watering automation in stock!


SNS-WATER-LEVEL is floating magnet with reed contact sensor with travel length of 50 mm. It allow you to switch on off small pump which to keep the fluid level constant and to refill it.  You can directly connect to Arduino or ESP32 IoT boards GPIO.


IMM-WATER-PUMP is silent submersible water pump which can help you to filter the aquarium water or to watering your flowers at home. It works with 3VDC and consume 0.12A.


New product in stock air/water normal closed magnetic valve driven with 12V with quick connect for 6 mm sleeve

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We have new product in stock:


WATER-VALVE-6-5MM-12VDC is electro-magnetic valve with normal closed path. It’s driven with 12VDC/0.54A and when power supply is applied opens the valve. It has quick connect for 6 mm sleeves and makes water/air pipes attachment and dis-attachment easy. The valve can work with 0-0.8MPa (0-8 bar, 0-116 psi, 0-7.9 atm) pressure of the air or water.

With this valve and ESP32-EVB you can make IoT watering system, which allow you to switch on and off water supply to your garden or plants via internet.

The demo code is written with Arduino for ESP32-EVB and sources are at Github.

When the server is run you can view the status in your local network:

Screenshot from 2017-12-07 14-59-34

You view the current time and with arrows can adjust time when the watering to start or stop. You can also directly drive your valve with ON and OFF buttons.


Measuring temperature in range -55C +150C with Duinomite and KTY81,110

ImageKTY81,110 is low cost PTC thermistor from NXP. it changes the resistance dependant on the temperature positively i.e. increase with the temperature increase. It’s very nice solution for not so precisely temperature measurement and it’s very cheap.

I evaluate it as potential candidate for Solar Water Heating controller temperature sensor as it works in nice teperature range -55C to +150C.

The NXP datasheet for KTY181,110 is at NXP site as you can see there is table with approximate values at different temperature, the resistance / temperature is not linear but can be easily calculated with DuinoMite.

To measure the temperatuere we connect KTY181.110 in series with 3300 ohm resistor to +3.3V and will measure the temperature with PIN(1) analog input.

Here is the table with the temperature, KTY81.110 resistance and measured voltage

t R V
-55 490 0.42665
-50 515 0.44548
-40 567 0.48386
-30 624 0.52477
-20 684 0.56657
-10 747 0.60912
0 815 0.65358
+10 886 0.69847
+20 961 0.74426
+25 1000 0.76744
+30 1040 0.79078
+40 1122 0.83731
+50 1209 0.88483
+60 1299 0.93209
+70 1392 0.97903
+80 1490 1.02651
+90 1591 1.07346
+100 1696 1.12026
+110 1805 1.16680
+120 1915 1.21179
+125 1970 1.23359
+130 2023 1.25416
+140 2124 1.29226
+150 2211 1.32395

the code is pretty simple, we store the table in DATA and read it to T() and V() arrays which hold the temperature and voltage at the reference points

10 DATA -55,0.42665,-50,0.44548,-40,0.48386,-30,0.52477,-20,0.56657,-10,0.60912,0,0.65358,+10,0.69847
20 DATA +20,0.74426,+25,0.76744,+30,0.79078,+40,0.83731,+50,0.88483,+60,0.93209,+70,0.97903,+80,1.02651
30 DATA +90,1.07346,+100,1.12026,+110,1.16680,+120,1.21179,+125,1.23359,+130,1.25416,+140,1.29226,+150,1.32395
40 DIM T(23),V(23)
50 FOR I = 0 TO 23: READ T(I): READ V(I): NEXT I

then we setup PIN(1) as analog input:

60 SETPIN 1,1

as the temperature is read pretty fast and we don’t need so fast measurement we read the temperature 1000 times then average it for better precision 😉

70 NRD = 1000 ‘number of times to read
100 ‘read temperature
110 VOL = 0
120 FOR I = 1 TO NRD: VOL = VOL + PIN(1): NEXT I: VOL = VOL / NRD

then check if the voltage is in the range we expect i.e. -55 +150C and if not generate error

130 IF VOL < V(0) OR VOL > V(23) THEN 180

then we search in the table for near higher temperature reference point

140 I = 0
150 DO
160 IF VOL > V(I) THEN I = I + 1 ELSE GOTO 200
170 UNTIL (I=23)

then calculate exact temperature

200 TEMP = T(I)-(V(I)-VOL)*(T(I)-T(I-1))/(V(I)-V(I-1))
220 GOTO 100

here you can see screenshot of the program running in my office