Can anyone help? I’ve gone through the manual and YouTube videos. It appears that my GHL is missing the “calibrate option” after selecting pH. Anyone know if there is a new method of calibrating the pH probes? What am I missing?
I travel a decent amount and am probably away a minimum of 10% each year on vacations or visiting family for extended weekends. I am very interested in a controller for peace of mind while I’m away.
I am currently setting up a 25 gallon AIO.
Heres what I’m thinking:
- Temperature sensor...
Red Sea Reefer 450 & Equipment
Location - Columbus Ohio area
Will consider shipping items unless otherwise noted. Have original boxes for most of the equipment
Tank and sump (stock sump new condition, never used) - $1500 pick up only
Elite Aquatics custom sump and plumbing with gate valves...
I have been looking around to see what DC / controllable pump options there might be out there for a 32G Biocube. So far I have found a few, but the issue with them is that none of them appear to be compatible with the controller I want to use (Hydros). Ideally I want to control with...
I am in the process of crashing my first Aquarium controller. I have ordered a few parts and have a few Arduino laying around too. Reef-Pi is my preferred route although I am more experienced with the Arduinos and the C programming than Python.
I have a case for the pi4b which has a...
Atlas Scientific Temperature and pH (double junction) probes with EZO pH and Temperature circuits. pH circuit has an isolated carrier board, temperature circuit does not. Comes with pH calibration solution. Arduino and Raspberry Pi ready. Can do pick-up in Portland area or ship for $10. P
Hey guys I have been stumbling along with this build and have come to a place where I need some advice. I have added the temp probe but the updated UI page is different than the original guide. What do the additional features mean? Or can you point me to a post with the updated information? and...
Hey There Reefers!!
I’m making this thread with multiple purposes. The first purpose of this thread is for me to document the evolution of my diy controller, the second purpose is to bring awareness to all the fellow DIYers out there about this awesome product, and third because I think...
So.. not exactly a shocker to have issues given the plethora of bad reviews on customer service I have read.. but given the lack of full suite alternative aquarium controllers I went ahead and purchased the full set of products in the hopes of furthering my reef tank to the more neurotic level...
Neptune Apex JR setup (EB4), with EB8 power bar & PM1, also 2 temp probes and pH probe (worked good and still in water), and also the display unit. Everything works great and all plugs and sensors are working. $310 Shipped.
1) Apex Controller + EB8 + Screen + PH Probe + Temp Probe = $300
2) Apex Controller + EB8 + Screen = $225
3) PM2 Module + Salinity Probe = $70
Probes are still in my sump so that they don't dry out. I will make sure to wrap them in paper towels and a ziplock with water before shipping.
I have a Neptune Systems Apex controller for sale that includes the controller brain, display, EB8 power strip, temperature probe, pH probe, and aquabus cable. Asking $270 shipped
Please not that the probes are dry.
I currently have an apex and it does a pretty good job for specific task, it is clearly designed for one tank and limited control. It does have good report functions and connects to send out notifications pretty good.
I have worked with PLCs mostly AB from PLC5, 500 and 5000s. I can see a cost...