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Neptune Systems

ECTNPT234N

APEX Wi-Fi Controller System - Neptune Systems

COMPLETE AQUARIUM MONITORING RIGHT OUT OF THE BOX

Neptune's Apex System is the best-value aquarium controller on the market today. Dollar for dollar you will not find a higher-quality controller that gives you more features, is easier to use, or has a larger and more active user base than the Apex.

  • Prevents catastrophes by monitoring key parameters in your aquarium, takes corrective actions for you, and alerts you via your smart phone when things go off track.
  • Monitors your equipment – ensuring it is operating correctly at all times – and lets you know when it’s not.
  • Tracks your manual test results, maintenance, livestock purchases, and tank observations and helps you correlate issues in your aquarium to the things that are happening inside.

  • Manages the full operation of equipment (lights, pumps, filters, ATO, etc.) on your tank with simple setup wizards and an easy to use app.
  • Takes the place of many costly and cumbersome discrete components such as light timers, heater controllers, pump controllers, etc.
  • Gives you the peace of mind to know how your aquarium is doing, instantly, from anywhere in the world.

The Apex Base Unit is equipped with the following monitoring ports:

    • Temperature Port
    • pH Port
    • pH/ORP Port (can be used for either – a feature unique to the Apex)
    • 6 – I/O switch inputs (for use with leak detectors, door switches, feed buttons, ATO, etc.)
    • Built-in 802.11g/n Wi-Fi
    • 13 total power connections
    • 120V AC Outlets all switched with relays rated for millions of cycles
    • 1LINK 24VDC Smart outlets for devices such as WAV, DOS, etc.
    • Switchable 24VDC outlets for accessories such as small pumps, solenoids, fans, etc.
    • Mounting system included
    • Calibration fluids included

The Apex System includes probes for Temperature, pH, ORP, and Salinity. The pH and ORP probes are now double-junction as well so they hold calibration longer and have a longer lifespan than single-junction probes.

 

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