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Hi there.

I want to develop an app that can check the Water Level and alarm. For this purpose i wanna use ZigBee modules. I wanna know if there is any ZigBee sensor that can check the Water Level and transmits that information?

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What about a pressure-sensor?
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Any link to a ZigBee Pressure sensor?
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Don't you mean a water level sensor that can connect to a Zigbee?

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I dont know about Zigbee, but you can connect just about any analog sensor to XBee

here is the schematic:

find the full tutorial here: http://www.kobakant.at/DIY/?p=247

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I dont know about Zigbee, but you can connect just about any analog sensor to XBee

here is the schematic:

find the full tutorial here: http://www.kobakant.at/DIY/?p=247



Thanks for the info, that looks it might help the cause.

I however found a few ZigBee combinations here

http://www.cardaccess-inc.com/automation/products/index.php?a=details&i=30

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http://www.thehomeautomationstore.com/hohewapa.html

Need to connect it to Arduino now, so will try it.
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