Reef Power RP-M Programming Guide Video

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  1. Reef Breeders

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    The long-awaited Reef Power RP-M programming guide video is available now!

    Follow along as we go over programming the integrated timer, wireless master/slave linking, and more!

     
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    I got 2 questions:

    1. Is there a way to control the flow speed when it's in the timer mode? I see that you can only select F1, F2,... but not on how strong you want on the flow.
    2. it seems like I can't turn on the feed mode in the timer mode. is that right?

    thanks
     
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    I got 2 questions:

    1. Is there a way to control the flow speed when it's in the timer mode? I see that you can only select F1, F2,... but not on how strong you want on the flow.
    2. it seems like I can't turn on the feed mode in the timer mode. is that right?

    thanks
     
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    1: Yes, whatever you set your speed and frequency setting to will apply to all modes. You can go to any other mode except mode 6 and set the speed and frequency.

    2: You can set the timer mode to F0 to activate the feed timer. To activate the manual feed timer, you need to be out of the timer mode.
     
  5. Dburr1014

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    Will the aqualink T1 V2 get around this? So you can put the rp-m's in timer mode, have different settings and speeds thru the 24 hour period?
    To be clear, I would like to run random during the day at 80% then maybe pulse at 40% at night.
     
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    Just a quick note on being locked out of feed mode when running timer mode F6. I have a feed slot programmed in the morning and evening, but often miss this window. I change out of timer mode, go into whatever feed mode I want 10min or 20 min and then immediately change back to timer mode. Works like a charm. When feed mode is over the timer mode picks right back up where is is supposed to.
     
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    Yes, the Aqualink T1V2 will allow you to do more advanced programs like you are describing.
     
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