DrDAQ

Data logger, oscilloscope, signal generator and more!

DrDAQ is a versatile instrument that connects to the USB port of any PC. Using the supplied PicoScope software it can be used as an oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer and signal generator.

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Doctor Aquarium

Doctor Aquarium is a low-cost, professional aquarium monitoring and control software package that will help you automate repetitive aquarium tasks. From the comfort of your computer chair, or across the world, you can monitor important aquarium parameters like temperature and pH using the inexpensive DrDAQ Data Logger, and control your pumps, heaters and lights remotely using standard X10 home automation modules.

Designed for both salt and fresh water aquarium, Doctor Aquarium can monitor important aquarium parameters like pH, temperature, light levels, and can take immediate action to stabilise your aquarium, or at least warn you of the problems.

The Doctor can:

  • Measure pH, room temperature, hood temperature, and aquarium temperature light levels, sound level, voltage, and resistance via DrDAQ sensors.
  • Turn on a fan if the tank temperature is too high.
  • Simulate the solar cycle by turning on lights in succession at sunrise, and turning them off at sunset.
  • Simulate a lunar cycle by turning on a light at moonrise and dimming in sync with the lunar phase.
  • Sound an alarm or send an email if pH is too low, or temperature is too high.
  • Continiously log aquarium sensor data to a file.
  • Continiously graph live aquarium sensor data to daily, weekly and monthly graphs.
  • Simulate natural currents and wave action by cycling pumps.
  • Automatically turn off pumps at feeding time.
  • Launch another application or issue a shell command in response to tank conditions.
  • Mirror a natural temperature cycle.
  • Let you monitor and control your aquarium from the comfort of your computer chair.
  • Let you monitor and control your aquarium over the internet with a web browser.

Find our more about Doctor Aquarium at www.draquarium.com