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Heres a pretty good thread I wanted to share. If you like to make things and you think you are pretty handy with tools and making things check this out & If you like W/A check it out.

IMO its a great thread if only to show how skilled some people are with doing things on there own.

http://www.aquamist.co.uk/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1292&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0

You might after looking at the link think it has an Aquamist bent to it but it isnt, enjoy.
 

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Sweet, I see I'm not the only one to go the custom DIY route.... see here: http://www.srtforums.com/forums/showthread.php?p=4777374#post4777374

And some more detailed schematics of how mine works (basically the same as this guy's but only one float switch killing the pump and reverting the boost control to a more friendly 15lbs (from 24)).

There is also a test witch to test the pump along with a bypass switch in case I want to tune the 'high boost' control feature without the WI.

Full schematic (looks complicated but pretty simple once you take the time to look at it).

 

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WOW, I missed your post......nice job. IMO its really great to see people do this kind of work. My congratulation on the hard work to get something like this going.

What software did you use to make the wiring diagram? Making nice diagrams is something I should learn how to do.
 

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This is done with MS Visio......nothing really scientific but it gets the job done and I hand-built the diffrent modules.

There are more specific software to draw circuits but I had none close at hand. I used TINA to test my electrical layout and make sure there was no shortcuts or loops. SImulink from Matlab could 've done the same thing.
 
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