David/Bill/et al, my challenge was accurately filling bottles of wine (draining 
them never has been a problem !!).  For a long time I tried to get LC to 
communicate with external hardware and finally gave up when I found the joy of 
the Arduino, and more recently the Raspberry Pie Pico.  For liquid volume 
measurement take a look at this, 

….and it’s only an intro on what wonders you can use these devices for.  They 
are very inexpensive and the Arduino IDE is very simple.  If you go the Pico 
route you can also use Python.

best, Bob...

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> If you develop an app to measure the water volume for a drip system, I?d be 
> interested. Mine are all on timers, so I don?t need to know that, but the 
> amount of water going through would be good to know.
> Dave

Robert (Bob) Earp
White Rock
British Columbia

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