10-07-2008, 09:46 PM
| || |
I am assuming you have pressurized CO2 injection. I have a full auto system, that means that I have a timer that i got at Home Depot that turns the CO2 and Lights when I want it too. You can just plug in the cord comming out of your regulator into a timer, and it should do the same thing.
I would recomend that you get a seystem that can moniter the ph levels though, because doing as i described abouve will just turn it on during the set times, but it wont go off if the PH drops deathly low!!!
My system, idk what it is called, tells me when the ph is above my set limit, and it turns CO2 on, if it is within the timers set time limit. When the PH droops so low, it turns off, and when the ph is above that min level, it turns on again!!! (This continues all day untill the timer turns off, then the CO2 regulator isnt getting any power, so no CO2 is produced)
SRY about the long post....... hope it helped!!!
AND SRY about spelling, did this kinda quickly, and didnt edit in time.... :(