GHL Profilux Temperature Control 2

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The only information we can release at this time is what is currently on the PTC2 product page.
As we get closer to finalizing the product, more specific info will be released.
 

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Very interesting and not surprised to see something different from GHL. Only for smaller aquariums based on that page though?

Nice sketching skills OP! I'm liking the sensor holders idea.
 
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The only information we can release at this time is what is currently on the PTC2 product page.
As we get closer to finalizing the product, more specific info will be released.
Thanks for the confirmation and the compliment! Has a firm launch date been determined as of yet?
 
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Any news on this yet? Release date on the website still shows Feb 1...
 

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@MaddyP - I just looked at the website and it says Q2.

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Will for sure be buying one to go along with my breeze :)
 

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Very interesting and not surprised to see something different from GHL. Only for smaller aquariums based on that page though?
I thought the info said they can be daisy-chained. Am I wrong? BUT there is a max temperature adjustment of something like 5 degrees F compared to ambient room temperature.
The best vision is using it TOGETHER with a traditional heater and/or cooler, to greatly reduce the electric bill.
 

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I thought the info said they can be daisy-chained. Am I wrong? BUT there is a max temperature adjustment of something like 5 degrees F compared to ambient room temperature.
The best vision is using it TOGETHER with a traditional heater and/or cooler, to greatly reduce the electric bill.
No you could daisy chain them together.
 

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Op and @Ditto , I am also setting up a new system and really like the probe holder idea. I am wondering if flow or turbulence will effect the readings of the probes?
 

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No turbulence once it full it works really well. You do not need to pass a fast flow through it either. It works great!!
 
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Im assuming these will be announced and ready for pre order at interzoo 2019 mid May? Please say yes :)
No word yet as to when this will be available. I am rather excited to give this method a try on my 12G build...
 

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No word yet as to when this will be available. I am rather excited to give this method a try on my 12G build...
I found info on dimensions and pricing on the first gen PTC... but thats just hypothetical at this point
 
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