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Old 05-19-2019, 08:58 AM   #1
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Micro Pulse swap out

Has anyone swapped out the Micro Pulse tank monitor system on there LY, Can you use the existing wiring? Also if you did what system did you go with. Thanks
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Old 05-20-2019, 04:20 PM   #2
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The best system out there is Sea-Level. It only uses 2 wires to connect all the tanks in series. It’s right on the money. Regards, Bob
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The best system out there is Sea-Level. It only uses 2 wires to connect all the tanks in series. It’s right on the money. Regards, Bob
And it can use the existing wiring. I'm installing a SeeLevel in my Classic. The difficulty in my trailer is the water tank is in a separate cover from the black and gray tanks. I haven't figured out how to get access to it yet. Hopefully I can get enough access to hook it up through an access port a previous owner put in or had put in.

The sensors for the black and gray are accessible through the access port I added to change the dump valves.

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Keep updated on your install please
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And it can use the existing wiring. I'm installing a SeeLevel in my Classic. The difficulty in my trailer is the water tank is in a separate cover from the black and gray tanks. I haven't figured out how to get access to it yet. Hopefully I can get enough access to hook it up through an access port a previous owner put in or had put in.

The sensors for the black and gray are accessible through the access port I added to change the dump valves.

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Ok dumb question, the MicroPOS sensors are not compatible with the SeaLevel? Just use the same (what looks like) RJ-11 cables?
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I did the install and yes you can use you existing wires. See photos.
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