|01-14-2013 07:25 PM|
Ah, thats the part i meant. I have a regulator with a solenoid, but all you are really looking for is a solenoid.
|01-11-2013 08:52 PM|
|Darkblade48||You can pick up a solenoid for relatively cheap. That would allow you to control your CO2 flow via a timer.|
|01-11-2013 07:38 PM|
|01-11-2013 05:37 PM|
|Wicket_lfe||That makes sense to me, the ASA is literally just on/off, just don't mess with the needle valve. But that's kind of a hassle. I'm sure ppl are going to say, just get a regulator, so I'll say it too. I got the aquatek for about $100 and it was a great investment.|
|01-11-2013 04:56 PM|
Turning off CO2 at night
I have a small CO2 rig I just set up. Paintball canister with an ASA on/off, pressure gauge and needle valve, attached to a check valve, bubble counter, and diffuser. I want to turn the CO2 off at night to maintain a stable pH for my shrimp. Can I just turn off the CO2 via the ASA on/off and then turn it on in the morning? I wouldn't need to mess with the needle valve right?