I am going to buy the Power 4 wifi strip thing to go with an existing Apex, although they wont be able to talk to each other I can talk to them using data from both the price on those is outstanding! I really want an EB4 or EB8 but the price isnt justifiable.
Does anyone know if they app will be on PC? At work I get no phone reception and check fusion through a PC, would love to check HYDROS through PC instead of only app. Any ideas?
I think the Alkatronic is compatible with the Hydros system.I am in the process of a back into the hobby build. I am very interested in going with this instead of apex. My only concern is being colorblind I was really looking forward to getting the trident to make testing easier. Are there any similar products out or coming out that is compatible with the hydros?
I believe they said in thier last video that they are working on Mastertronic integration.I am in the process of a back into the hobby build. I am very interested in going with this instead of apex. My only concern is being colorblind I was really looking forward to getting the trident to make testing easier. Are there any similar products out or coming out that is compatible with the hydros?
Your not overstating at all.I'm not in the market for a controller and won't be for a long time (unless something happens to mine, which I do not expect to happen any time soon), but from what they've shown so far along with the price this will definitely be at the top of my list when the time comes.
I would set a system up all redundant, including brains, heaters with a separate temperature sensor to each, one sensor from each brain.
Just need to see how reliability is with these in the long run, specifically the power strips. I wonder what kind of testing they performed on them. If an advanced aging test was done, set one up to constantly cycle until it fails.
Might be overstating at this point but I'd be concerned if I were another controller manufacturer.
We are going to offer Starter Packs:
HYDROS Control 2 is a small, general-purpose device capable of performing all the main functions for your saltwater aquarium or freshwater planted tank. Monitor temperature, leaks, and flow rates. Power equipment, control outlets, and more.www.coralvue.com
Black Friday Sale - Receive a FREE HYDROS Smart Plug with your Control purchase. Simply add the Smart Plug to your cart and enter promo code: FREEPLUG. Limit one per customer.www.coralvue.com
But you'll also be able to buy the controllers individually as well as the accessories to piece together or add on to your HYDROS system:
HYDROS Control 2 is a small, general-purpose device capable of performing all the main functions for your aquarium. Monitor temperature, leaks, and flow rates. Power equipment, control outlets, and more. Perfect as a standalone controller for a saltwater aquarium or freshwater planted tank. Made...www.coralvue.com
Use for saltwater aquariums, freshwater tanks, or even pond applications, this powerful controller is capable of performing all essential functions needed to maintain a healthy aquarium without the need for extra expensive modules. Experience Total Control on October 31, 2020www.coralvue.com
Aside from cables, adapters, calibration fluid, etc., here are the HYDROS accessories available at launch 10/31:
Hot on the heels of the Halloween releases, additional devices and accessories will follow. If there is something in particular you would like to see, let us know!
- HYDROS Smart WiFi Plug
- HYDROS WiFi Power Strip
- Pinpoint pH Probe
- Pinpoint ORP Probe
- HYDROS Temperature Probe
- HYDROS Leak Sensor
- HYDROS Rope Leak Sensor
- HYDROS Rope Leak Sensor Extension
- HYDROS ATO Kits
- HYDROS Level Sensor
- HYDROS Skimmer Sensor
- HYDROS Temperature Sensor
- HYDROS DC Solenoid Water Valve
- HYDROS CO2 Solenoid Valve
- HYDROS DC Water Pump
What setup would be best for my nano reef tank of about 20-40 gallons with a sump? I am deciding between the Hydros 2 and 4 package. Currently, I have an ATO, AI Primes and a heater on a controller (so no need to control light switches or heater at the moment). Not really sure of the differences between the two and if one is more appropriate for a reef tank than the other.