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Water management

Postby rossthepoor1 » Sun Jan 11, 2004 9:55 pm

Hi
I hope that you can help me, I keep tropical fish as a hobby and at the moment I’m trying to breed a species of catfish that will only breed at the beginning of the rainy season. The size of the tank that I want to try this on is a 2000L system. I’m trying to simulate the water conditions of the Amazon’s different river systems and seasons.

I need to monitor barometric pressure, temperature of water, tds and multiple pH samples of water. I need the computer to be able to alter the pH of the water by opening and shutting water valves depending on the reading’s of the probes that is altered by a rise or fall in barometric pressure to simulate wet and dry seasons.
I will be mixing RO water with tap water to get the desired pH for the fish. My tap water has a pH 8.0 – 8.4. I need to lower it to pH 5.5 –6.5 depending on season.
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Postby markspencer » Mon Jan 12, 2004 8:50 am

Hi,

Thank you for your post, unfortunately, our data loggers can only record external data and is not able to interact with the environment. Therefore, I do not believe that the our units will be suitabel for your needs.

Best regards,
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Re: Water management

Postby habengr@yahoo.com » Fri Apr 09, 2004 5:41 pm

rossthepoor1 wrote:Hi
I hope that you can help me, I keep tropical fish as a hobby and at the moment I’m trying to breed a species of catfish that will only breed at the beginning of the rainy season. The size of the tank that I want to try this on is a 2000L system. I’m trying to simulate the water conditions of the Amazon’s different river systems and seasons.

I need to monitor barometric pressure, temperature of water, tds and multiple pH samples of water. I need the computer to be able to alter the pH of the water by opening and shutting water valves depending on the reading’s of the probes that is altered by a rise or fall in barometric pressure to simulate wet and dry seasons.
I will be mixing RO water with tap water to get the desired pH for the fish. My tap water has a pH 8.0 – 8.4. I need to lower it to pH 5.5 –6.5 depending on season.
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