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19 Jan 2012 12:11 - 19 Jan 2012 12:15 #1 by Tetra (Tetra)
Has anyone tried these new aquariium monitors seem pretty cheap for what they promise to do. Although you do have to change strips every month.
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19 Jan 2012 14:58 #2 by skk123 (shaun)
I have one got it at aquatics live half price.it does the ph,temp,free ammonia every half hour plus the light sensor is dead handy for plants or corals.I like the way it works very easy to use and change the slide,it's 60e for 12 slides,there's an up date cOming out soon and it will then test nitrate,nitrite and 3 more things.it also texts ya if it go's above the safe levels you set. Bad part is has to be pluged in to pc to work.
Hope this helps
Shaun

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19 Jan 2012 22:21 #3 by Tetra (Tetra)
Sounds good is it accurate? Iv read on another forum that the sms doesn't work is that right?

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23 Jan 2012 23:46 #4 by BlueRam (Sean Crowe)
shaun can ya tell us more about this does it have to be pluged into a laptop or pc all the time?

where is best to get them and are parts or anything u need for them handy to get?

sean

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24 Jan 2012 01:10 #5 by davey_c (dave clarke)
looks like a prity good piece of kit but they should make them rechargable or mains powered or something, don't realy like the way it says its powered by usb :pinch:
wunder if you wall mounted a tablet would it work off that.. food for thought i think but an updated unit might bring interesing features :cool:

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24 Jan 2012 02:08 #6 by Tetra (Tetra)
Read a bit up on these theres a good thread on reefcentral about them. You can connect it to a belkin wireless router instead of connecting it directly to your computer there is also going to be an update pretty soon so you will be able to see nitrates, nitrite, ammonia and phosphates. Seems that they are still testing them out at the moment and released them a bit to early as several people have reported false readings due to faults in the software.

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24 Jan 2012 19:03 #7 by BlueRam (Sean Crowe)
ill have to keep an eye on them and see if they are worth it if the updated ones are good

sean

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27 Jan 2012 09:07 #8 by skk123 (shaun)
sorry i haven't been on in awhile.once the update comes out il post up how it is for all of ya's

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09 Apr 2012 19:35 #9 by seabhreach (Justin)
If it helps B&Q do a power strip with USB out on the strip. Pretty sure they are on sale at the moment.

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