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Connect Flood sensor to power supply 12/24 V

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Good afternoon!
I want to connect my sensor to the power supply 12/24 V. How to do it correctly? How to insert a cable into the body of the device to maintain buoyancy, guarantee and close it with the top cover?

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drill a hole, this is covered by warranty (use case in user manual, page 7-8)

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Any recommendations on how to wire this up in the US?  Can you just use a two prong power cable and plug the ends into the two connections on the fibaro and the other end to the wall?

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On 11/30/2019 at 1:41 AM, jriker1 said:

Any recommendations on how to wire this up in the US?  Can you just use a two prong power cable and plug the ends into the two connections on the fibaro and the other end to the wall?

If by this you mean connect 110V direct from the wall to the the device, then no you definitely can NOT do that.

 

You need to connect 12 or 24 volts using a plug pack power supply. It's the same method wherever you are in the world :-)

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