You will be able to control Abyzz pumps and Vortech pumps but the WaveEngine will not be able to power them. The Abyzz pumps will run via 0-10v and the Vortech pumps will run wirelessly so you still need to keep their controller and power supply.I’d use it on both Abyzz pumps and my MP40’s. I love the idea of getting away from the snake pit mess of cables
looking to squeeze 2 mp40's, octo 2, DC Regal skimmer and a dc return in a small space,
Hey can I use a 0-10 port on a light ??? also does the wave engine have an internal clock? or reliance on app/wifi ?
You can control and drive (power) 4 pumps. (Maxspect, Reef Octopus, IceCap).how many pumps can you controll total? What’s the cost going to be please.
Yes, Jebao pumps can be controlled via the WaveEngine but they do need a 0-10V interface box in addition to the pump controller.It's not listed but I've read that Jebaos are doable and can be hooked up to WaveEngine. If that's true I can definitely use one to clean up the spaghetti of wires behind my tank.
I'd be using it for the Jebaos and the Ecotech return pump.
Unfortunately, Nero pumps are NOT compatible with the WaveEngine. This is because the manufacturer of the Nero pump created a controller that cannot be controlled by a 3rd party device. The only way to control the Nero is by using the native app. The manufacturer did not even include a 0-10v input. Unfortunately, while the WaveEngine could control the Nero, the manufacturer has to grant access first.Please pick me! If possible, I'd control both an MP10 and a Nero 5. But I am really interested in your new split-able gyre pump too. So winning this would jump start more purchases.