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    Matsuko 5 line switchbos

    Ive got a 5 line Matsuko switchbox,excellent condition with plenty of powerlead £45 collected or £50 posted Cheers



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    Hi big h, it this the one with the timer function?

    If so I’ll take it


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    Sorry Mike ,its non programmable

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    Is this the one with the screw terminals or the new style mate?

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    It’s this one. I know it’s 18 months old as it came with my profi drum.It has plenty of power lead with it Cheers
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    got a pic of the inside?

    Quote Originally Posted by big h View Post
    It’s this one. I know it’s 18 months old as it came with my profi drum.It has plenty of power lead with it Cheers

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    Matsuko switchbox. I have the pump guard one. and I must say a brilliant bit of kit. a few times mine turned a pump of. when something was wrong. saving me a pump
    so it did nt run dry. also gives wattage being used on the screen. good bit of kit.
    fred

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    That's the one, I'll take it posted if that's ok mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by freddyboy View Post
    Matsuko switchbox. I have the pump guard one. and I must say a brilliant bit of kit. a few times mine turned a pump of. when something was wrong. saving me a pump
    so it did nt run dry. also gives wattage being used on the screen. good bit of kit.
    fred
    I kinda have mixed feelings about mine.
    If your pumps have “run dry” protection as most modern variable speed pumps do then you probably don’t need one although it does give a “tidy” solution.
    I think they could improve it. For example, it could text you or email you if there’s a problem and allow a “remote” start/stop/control/monitoring.
    Quite a few drums have this facility now so it can’t be that difficult.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sephuk View Post
    That's the one, I'll take it posted if that's ok mate

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    No problem.I will pm you when i get home.Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcarpchaser View Post
    I kinda have mixed feelings about mine.
    If your pumps have “run dry” protection as most modern variable speed pumps do then you probably don’t need one although it does give a “tidy” solution.
    I think they could improve it. For example, it could text you or email you if there’s a problem and allow a “remote” start/stop/control/monitoring.
    Quite a few drums have this facility now so it can’t be that difficult.


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    when I bought mine the technology was nt up to speed. or that was the level for then 4 1\2 years ago. hardly anyone was even buying drums then lol
    I never even heard of a variable speed pump then. now there all the rage. when I looked the other day they even have timers built into them.
    which is a step in the right direction. on mine with the pump guard and alarm . I bought it for when I worked away on the rigs 3 weeks at a time mainly for the wife . and it payed of twice she heard the alarm and e mailed me
    and I told her what to do. plus its helped myself. I got the levels wrong on the skimmer. kicked in. and turned of. alarm going.
    and because of this I would recommend it to anyone. only problem is connecting the wires up. mine is s---e. so when I replace pumps in future I will cut the cables ouside the box and join them to that. with a proper water proof connecter. you reading FRIM. by the book

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