Fresh water Tank Level Indicator Kit

CBE Fresh water Tank Level Indicator Kit - Grey

£38.05 (inc VAT) £43.99NewCondition
CBE Fresh water Tank Level Indicator Kit. 12 V LED panel displaying the level of water in tank. The kit includes: 1 cable L=4m, Tank probe 280mm long (from top of tank), surface f...

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CBE Fresh water Tank Level Indicator Kit. 12 V LED panel displaying the level of water in tank. The kit includes: 1 cable L=4m, Tank probe 280mm long (from top of tank), surface fit control panel dimensions: 60 x 60 mm. Grey.
Diameter of hole required in tank 58mm. Flange diameter 80 mm. Probe assembly can be fitted with back nut (supplied) or screwed to tank.
Probes may be shortened to suit tank depth.

PLEASE NOTE SCREWS ARE NOT INCLUDED, STAINLESS SCREWS WILL BE REQUIRED.

2 Customer Reviews on CBE Fresh water Tank Level Indicator Kit - Grey

Peter Trueman

by Mr Trueman (10 Oct 2010)
5 star review(5/5)
I also fitted this to the portable inboard tank of my Bailey Pegasus. It was really easy to fit, the most time consuming being cutting the probes to length. Once done it is excellent, the only slight downside was that I didn't receive any fixing screws which was inconvenient as I had to go & buy some.
I can definitely recommend this.
5 5

BUY

by Alan Prior (24 Apr 2010)
5 star review(5/5)
Does exactly what is says, indicates one third, two thirds and full when you cut the probes to the right length.Anyone with basic diy can fit themselves. Took me 8 hours as I wanted to keep all the wiring hidden in the new caravan. Worked first time and am looking forward to our next trip away.
The Pagasus caravan, had a portable inboard water tank which was difficult to lift into place when full, so I plumbed in permanently. I then needed a level indicator. Looking on the Leisureshop Direct website I found the Fresh Water Tank Level Indicator to be just what I wanted.
I would recommend to anyone.
5 5
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