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Reef keeper elite

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ruggerkc, Feb 26, 2009.

  1. ruggerkc Experienced Reefkeeper Board of Directors Leadership Team GIRS Member

    North Liberty , IA
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    Does anyone have one? How do they compare?
  2. JB Veteran Reefkeeper

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    Cyberjester has one. From what I've seen they are really nice, but it sounds like they are still missing some critical modules.

  3. B-Rad

    B-Rad Inactive User

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    I've got one, So far its been a great unit, a little intimidating at first but once you start playing with it its pretty easy to understand.

    Ya they are still working on some more modules but it is worth waiting. Very expandable!!

    Here's their site, http://www.digitalaquatics.com/index.php
  4. CyberJester

    CyberJester Inactive User

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    I have one, they are getting there. 
    Not perfect yet, but I would still recomend them.
    With what they have currently you can:
    They have the
    PC-4 modules that can be daisy chained.
    SL-1 module gives readings on PH, temp, ORP, and can read 2 switches
    NET module gives email alerts of alarms and provides remote access to view status of selected items
    MLC module which can control 6 luner pods (2 lights per pod) on a true luner cycle
    ALC module which is designed for control of advance lighting systems (IE Aqua Illuminations fixture)
    The system is very easy to use and understand.
    Actually the only thing I don't like about it is:
    Seems like every time at this early stage there is a firmware update a bug sneaks into the system.
    Took them 12 days to ship a small order of in stock items to me.

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