But who is reef beef?
Plus they are funny as anything. I listen to their podcast at work. These 2 crazy guys keep me sane. Love reef beef! And I also learn a thing or two.Oh my friend, you are in for a treat especial! Reef Beef is by far the best reef aquarium podcast.
It's run by a guy who was a professional aquarist at a public aquarium (where he was responsible for a 200k gallon reef) and a guy who services reef aquaria in people's homes for a living.
Lots and lots of knowledge without the gross egos of some of the other reef aquarium podcasts. They have a YouTube version too if that is more of your jam. My commute is roughly 1000% less annoying with reef beef.
Check it out:
I recommend starting with the one they recently in put out about the reboot of Joe Yaiullo's 20k gallon reef tank at the long island aquarium. Good stuff.
A few points about the DOS solution:
The 30 gal per day limit already takes into account built in rest time. 250 ml/ min with no rest would be 95 gal/day.
Continuous change results in constant sump water volume (no need to disable ATO, skimmer, return).
In continuous mode, 15 gal/ day would run at 125 ml/ min speed dosing 400 ml every 10 min.
You can create a jumper for the DDR connector and change it to your NSW reservoir volume to show remaining fill in Fusion.
With a system that big, budget must be good… why not multiple DOS; like 3 or 4 that work together simultaneously
And I dont plan to use a DDR for anything,
That wasn't the point he was trying to make. If you check out the build thread I linked earlier for failsafes, I have instructions in that thread on how to create a "Fake DDR". You can either add a voltage divider circuit to the 6 pin molex connector or wire the molex connector up to 1/8 female ttrs connector to get the benefits of a DDR with either optical sensors or just reservoir tracking without actually purchasing one.And I dont plan to use a DDR for anything, way too small. I have a 275g mix system and 10 gallon tanks for 3-part.