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  1. @ARMYVET I have it all set up, and the SV is giving me a "P" I have read the instructions back and fourth and it says nothing about what a P means? I also for some reason can't get it set up to my WiFi and I have no idea if its a 2.4Gh2?? How would I know that? and it appears that it has over ridden my heaters, so I can't manually set them... so I have NO idea if they are heating or not.
  2. So, had a heater break and basically cook a tank. Not the first time it's happened, but it's been years. I'm still not sure how exactly it broke, just know it was stuck on and wouldn't turn off. Second, and not the same tank, I just ended up inheriting some discus, they were a package deal when I helped someone out who was losing their house and needed to sell off all their tanks. So we bought them. And they have to be kept at a much higher temp than most of my tanks...obviously. All together, this means I need to have a better way to monitor a number of tanks. We don't breed for profit, we just like the tanks and the fish. Dining room, fish tank, living room, two tanks plus two walls o tanks behind the sliding glass doors. Bedroom, tank, office, tank, other bedroom, tank. You get the picture. This whole house is flooded with wifi signal and run several strong home automation systems. What I'm looking for is an affordable water probe that can monitor tank temps and alert me when it gets out of range. I want to set each probe to it's own range and have it alert me when it gets out of it. I want to set this on every single tank I have and program it up. Surely someone here has done something similar, I'm looking for some insight on how you've set this up. What you used and so forth. Thank y'all...
  3. I'm working on setting up a fish room and was wondering if any one has suggestions on thermometers. I would like ones that can hook to wifi so that I can look at tank temps on my phone. I'm planning on around 15 tanks so looking for something pretty cheap Thanks for the help!
  4. The community aspect of our hobby involves using technology to connect with each other and share. As a professional network and information technology guy, I would be happy to help anyone with advice and troubleshooting. I bet there are a lot of IT aquarium hobbyists here. I will start with one tip that really resonated with me from an enterprise WiFi seminar I attended: Use separate network names (SSIDs) for your 2.4 and 5GHz bands. 2.4 will often appear louder and get chosen first, even when a quieter 5GHz connection will provide much more bandwidth, especially for video. If you can sort your networks in order of preference on your devices, pick 5GHz first, with 2.4 as a fallback. Cheers, Jason 2.4 vs 5GHz on an old home AP. Upload would be much better on newer units like I run at work.
  5. I just setup a few these and I couldn't be happier. Very intuitive to use and create schedules. One schedule to turn ON and another to turn OFF. Simple. Also I wanted to share that it will fit in a 4-gang outlet which I was unsure of. I'm using one to control my CO2 solenoid and the others for lights
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