MP10 to Apex question

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  1. briandeeds13

    briandeeds13 Active Member

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    I have both versions of the MP 10 and I just got a good deal on an apex 2016 wireless version. How do I connect the MP10 to it. Can I connect the QD or do I need to connect the WQD to it? Do I need the wxm module still or can it be connected directly to the apex controller or 832 power bar?
     

  2. TTNuge

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    You could just plug it into the EB832 for on/off control but if you want to control speeds and modes via the Apex you will need the WXM module.
     
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    you need WQD, and you need WXM
     
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    ca1ore Valuable Member R2R Supporter CTARS Member R2R Excellence Award R2R TV Featured Reef Tank 365 Article Contributor Build Thread Contributor

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    You can also buy the wireless card separately and upgrade the MP10 driver.
     
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    Mike.P Active Member R2R Supporter

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    I was thinking of doing this with my 60's... Would I still need a Reeflink as well, or will the WXM work with them directly?
     
  6. khiyasu

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    Reeflink will control radions, Vortech wireless models and vectra.

    Wxm will control radions and Vortech Wireless models.

    One or the other would be sufficient
     
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