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Hello, I am a beginner with Arduino, but have purchased a sparkfun inventor’s kit and would like to try out an idea: I have a reverse osmosis filter on my kitchen sink that goes very slow. I can set it’s lever to the hold position so that I do not have to hold it down, and I can walk away while it fills a glass of water.
Often times, I forget and come back to a glass that is overflowing onto my countertop. I would like to set up a sensor that will trigger a servo motor when the water reaches the full height in the glass. This servo motor will turn degrees to flip the lever into the off position.
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I om1801 wondering if I can use two separated jumper cables as the sensor so that when they touch the water, current from a battery pack flows through them and triggers the arduino UNO board to move the servo. If this is possible, how can I: I have attached an image showing my desired setup to help explain what I am talking about. He has taught electronics http: Yes, I think you can do something like that. Regards, Terry Datasheey terry yourduino.
Thanks for the reply. It sounds like relying on the cup of water as a conductive element is actually more complicated than I wish to go at the moment. The soil moisture sensor looks like a simpler solution that would allow me to just supply input to the arduino board as opposed to supply power. Then I need to program the board to output a degree turn on my servo and possibly sound a buzzer when this input is received.
Arduino Water Sensor
Does anyone have a link to a tutorial that accomplishes this goal or something similar? If you’d rather not make a circuit board, you could use a piece of prototyping board,comethng like the attached picture. To use datssheet, you could cut out a section of strips, join every second one to 1 wire, and the ones between to another wire, and hook it up like you see in the link above.
There’s even some code to do the sensing there. I would definitely prefer to use an datasgeet AC adapter because otherwise you’ll be buying 9V batteries in bulk and replacing them every day or two the UNO wastes a lm1081 of power. If an AC adapter is not an option, I would ditch the Uno in favor of a more power-efficient board that you can put to sleep most of the time.
However pure water by itself is an insulator and RO filters most of the conductive elements out of tap water resulting in a TDS of about 10ppm.
So, RO is still datasheft but the resistance is quite high and analogRead may have trouble distinguishing it from air.
Go ahead and give it a try but be aware that you may need to use the analog comparator or add an op-amp or use a soil moisture sensor to get good reliability.
Honestly, an RO membrane is really not suited to “on demand” use. You have to “waste” the RO output let it run down the drain for minutes after you first turn it on because during this time, it produces high TDS water resulting from membrane “creep”. See this for some ideas on the circuit implementation. PDF Now transfer some of this to the Arduino. You could use the analog inputs and sense when the water is present.
It will not be enough to switch a digital input but you can clearly sense it with datasheeh analog pins. I haven’t tested it yet, I just got it in the mail Also, RO water may have a hard time conducting electricity – just an fyi.
Without many minerals, water isn’t a very good conductor. Good luck, I’ll be curious to hear if that works out for you.