How to Use Pressure Switch
A pressure switch is a form of switch that makes electrical contact when a sure set pressure has been reached on its input. This is used to give on or off switching from a pneumatic or hydraulic source. The pressure switch may be intended to make get in touch with either on pressure rise or on pressure fall. There are separate differences between switches that react to pressure and those designed to give position feedback. Pressure switches are designed to respond to an outside pressure applied to an actuator outside like a needle, snap-disc, bellows, or diaphragm by an average such as air, oil, water, hydraulic fluid, fuel, oxygen or other gas. Pressure switches are bodily connected to the in service average by ports. Almost any major preservation problem in an irrigation system will cause a strange force level or flow level in your irrigation scheme.
Therefore pressure and flow monitoring is a good way to notice problems. Most of the occasion the reply to an irregular pressure or flow level would be to shut down the scheme or perhaps to shut down the present valve zone and try one more one. A very low force may point to that perhaps the pump is broken an eating screen is stopped up a sift is dirty a valve unsuccessful to open or a tube has broken.