Discussion in 'Aquarium Controllers' started by Steve Maxwell, Dec 10, 2015.
Thank you!!! My second wood project, i want to remake the canopy so lets see how it goes.
Sick setup. Still wondering where all the wires go
Here is mine I just recently moved everything into it
This is mine but I am building cabinets to relocate it to the wall
That looks terrific.
Thank you I just finished most of the wire runs and putting the door on this weekend. Next project is to switch from kalkwasser to that dosser there! haha
Here is mine. The wiring is behind a wall that I can pull out if needed. Isa all behind a glass door and in a exterior cabinet except for my two DOS which are inside my stand
@Broadfield where did you get those under mount hinges I have the same set up. It a peninsula tank and want to steal your idea? Can you point me in the right direction. Thanks
very nice. where'd you find the cabinet?
very nice.. im impressed and trying to get there.
i have not finished getting everything up and running but when i do i will have to redo my apex mounting as i ran out of space and learned alot about where things need to be and cord lengths not to mention the separation of power and data..
Started with this jumbled mess of wires cause I set it up in the winter and couldn't break out the table saw.
Now it's all tucked away and I had space for dose pumps in my tool cabinet
Not as nice as a lot of you guys but a big step in the right direction for me
what did you use to cover the sides of the ipad?
also - any issues with the ipad heating in the wall?
i like the use of the tool box as i am always looking for tools and supplies
I've seen them in the cabinet section at Home Depot.
This is a great thread. I’ve been toying with adding a controller to my 110gal setup. The ideas for layout and placement are great. There’s no reason that the “control room” should look as nice as the display.
i tend to disagree as i intended my fish room to be a display of its own and i would say everyone that comes by really enjoys the fish room, it is a real discussion piece and people are blown away on what it takes to run a salt water system, of course i have some bells and whistles but what the heck...
go big or go home..lol
I made a key typo. I think the control room SHOULD look as good as the display. Considering the cost of that hardware, I’d be showing it off too.
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