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As long as you already have a module that has a port for switches (like the SL1 module for example) then you just need the float switch kit.
The float while can be submerged most likely would have build up on it after a period of time which would hold the float up and not activate. With regular maintenance it could possibly work.
Used for monitoring and controlling water levels in your aquarium or sump ReefKeeper Elite - Supported ReefKeeper Lite - Supported
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