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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-17-2013, 06:32 AM Thread Starter
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Reccomendation for a good electrical controller

Right now i have a timer for my lights and CO2. However, i was wondering if there was some kind of controller that someone can reccomend that can basically be multiple timers and perhaps also have features like toggle on and off. Thanks!
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I can recommend the Neptune apex controller if you want something hi tech, they have a Jr version that is website based that can run 4 outlets independently. They can have temperature, ph, or switch controlled events. The lite on has a limit of 4 add ons. I have the light version and I am quite happy with it. Digital aquatics also makes a controller, I looked at it but decided I likes having an app to control and monitor my tank, without having to buy add on network modules.

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Reccomendation for a good electrical controller

I have two reef keeper lite units from digital aquatics. Rock sold units. Never had a problem with either one. Expandable if you need more than the basic unit.


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Re: Reccomendation for a good electrical controller

I use the Apex controller with Energy bar 8. Can control everything from my phone.

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I also have a reefkeeper lite. It's hard to beat for ~ $100. Never and any issues with controlling ph, temp or any various timers.

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If you want the best and never have to buy another controller again, go with GHL Profilux.
But the others mentioned above will do.

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