I was doing a controller update and my controller got blocked during the firmware update.
If your screen goes black and you are unable to connect to the system using the software try following this procedure:
Unfortunately, by doing this procedure you will lose your programs so always save your configurations before doing an update. This procedure usually works even if the firmware update is blocked at 1%.
The Aquarium Controller system can support a maximum of 10 Power units and 20 sensors.
NOTE: This happens because the plug and play system will designate names to whatever it first reads. This is true for both PU’s and sensors, for this reason, if it is possible, we recommend unplugging all PU’s and sensors BEFORE resetting your system. Once you have reset, plug in one sensor at a time giving it the name you want. By doing this the system will recognize them in an orderly fashion.
Programs XY have varying priorities depending on the sensors involved in the program. The priority will be one position higher than the highest of the sensors included in the variables. For example, an XY program that has pH and density as variables will have a priority falling between density and level.
Does my Density probe already compensate for temperature variation?
The Density probe has a build-in thermometer that measures the temperature and automatically compensates the salinity value. This means that if you are also using another instrument for measuring the salinity (such as a Refractometer, or a Specific Gravity Meter) and your Density probe is reading a different value, you must also keep in mind that temperature variations may not be compensated in the other device.