- auto top
- diaphragm pump
- Avast Marine
Overall, the avast ATO was simple to set up. I’ve been running it for a week and found it to be rock solid so far.
This is my second ATO system I've purchased from avast. The has lasted 5 years and still running. I'm starting a new build and wouldn't choose another ATO.
The design of this ATO is as close to bulletproof as i have ever seen. The air pressure switch seems it will be far more reliable than floating of vision switches. I don't see any way that salt creep could possibly affect this switch in anyway. I found the best way to set this up was to mount the sensor tube/refill tube holder so that the sensor tube is half in the water. Disconnect the hose from the switch box. Let the water find its level in the sensor tube and then reconnect the hose to the switch box. Done!
Love the simple design and use of a pressure switch instead of optical like most of the others.
I've got a pair of the digital version of these ATO water sensors connected to my Profilux 4. With no moving parts to get crusted up, no narrow ports to clog up, or optical sensors to get otherwise confused, I'm finding them to be just rock-solid. Connection into my Profilux was super simple, as is adjusting the level either through the magnetic mount, or adjusting the height of the sensor tube in the mount.