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I have two 150's with two ice cap modules right now , I would like to add a pair of the 200 series pumps all to be controlled by a third party computer (Prifilux P4) so I'd like to know if the 200 series can work since I have not seen a new Icecap module.
Yes the IceCap modules will work with both 100 and 200 series Gyre pump.
 

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Sorry you will not be capable of using you XF130 pump on the XF250 controller. However you can use your XF130 pump on a XF230.
gotcha, thank you for getting back to me. looks like I'm ordering another 250... 2-250's should be a heck of a substitute for a pair of WAV's right?
 

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What would you reccoment for settings for a single xf 230 for a 40 gallon breeder frag tank?
Mines in the mail! Cant wait to get it :D
 

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can you use the advanced controller and the module to control with apex? I don't want to write code nor do I know how and it would be nice if easier if I could use both for easy configuration through apex
 

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can you use the advanced controller and the module to control with apex? I don't want to write code nor do I know how and it would be nice if easier if I could use both for easy configuration through apex
Right now the only option if you want the gyre to be controlled by the apex is the IceCap control module. But the module will require you to write code. The Advanced controller makes it easy to control the flow of the pump, configure complex flow patters even with two pumps without the need of a single line of code.
 

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