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PH Controller for CO2 system-Advice Needed

Discussion in 'CO2 Enrichment' started by RONY11, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. RONY11

    RONY11 Junior Poster

    Dec 20, 2011
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    I have a 60 litres net aquarium with rare plants n mosses.
    I use seachem fertilizers as per seachem chart have 1 watt/litre.

    Meanwhile I'm using CO2 DIY Yeast but as I can see its not sufficient.
    I have trouble growing glosso due to lack of CO2.
    I am planning to buy a used Eheim co2 system this weekend and need help/advice in deciding which PH controller should I buy.
    Attached pls find link to my planted aquarium.

    I am thinking of buying one out of these two PH Controllers t be attached to the Eheim CO2 system

    If any hobbyist has used either of these PH Controllers pls mention the pro's con's of these PH Controllers.

    Thnx in advance
    #1 RONY11, Feb 16, 2012
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  2. Squidly

    Squidly Lifetime Members
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    Mar 30, 2009
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    If it helps, I recently purchased a Reef Fanatic controller for $129.00 on EBay and really like it. See:

    Very nice calibration (set with a button - no screwdriver needed) and has a bright LED display. Seems very stable so far. If you intend to mount the unit on a wall as I did, the only drawback is the rear mounting cover which doesn't stay on very well (you can add tape to fix this)

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