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  1. What are your recommendations for backup power when you only have a couple of tanks.
  2. I have a cobalt rescue air pump that turns on when I lose power. I would like to add a Coop- Nano USB pump to a sponge filter. Is it possible to T- the tubing to add this additional pump. The Cobalt rescue air would only activate during a power lose and the USB would then turn off due to no power. Therefore, its two pumps to one sponge filter but only one operating at once. Thanks for your help
  3. Here is a experiment that I didn't intend to run today. My power just went out. My entire fishroom is on couple of large(ish) uninterruptible power supplies (UPS). One is an APC Smart-UPS 2200 and one is an APC Smart-UPS 3000. I have always wondered how long will they keep the whole room running during an outage? You can see all the equipment plus my computer are still up and running as of now. But for how long?
  4. I'm experiencing a PG&E power outage for a minimum 48 hours here in California. We can't have generators at my apartment complex I can bundle up to keep warm, but what do my fish do with no heater for their tank. Tanks a lot, Karen
  5. @Cory We just lost power in my neighborhood on the Eastside. While not uncommon, it’s the first time it’s happened since I got my three tanks. Question 1: Which tank should I prioritize in terms of doing something? Tank 1: endlers, BN plecos, Nerite Snails, yellow shrimp Tank 2: Bolivian rams, flag acaras, king tiger pleco, clown pleco, Upside-down cat, glass fin tetras, German blue rams Tank 3: Bloody Mary shrimp, BN pleco, Norman’s Lampeyes, Chili Rasporas Question 2: I’m assuming the highest concern is temp changes? Then oxygen? What do I do? Pretty concerned so appreciate any input. Utility company says working on getting back up in 2 hours, but the track record is almost always WAY longer. Thanks.
  6. Just had a power outage and it's gonna get to about 4 degrees Celsius here tonight. I've wrapped my three tanks in every possible blanket and sleeping bag I have. Anything else I can do?
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