Digital Aquatics ReefKeeper Elite (Net) Controller

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Digital Aquatics Rk Elite (Complete System W/Net)

The ReefKeeper Elite is true to its name, standing alone in the industry as the most innovative aquarium controller on the market. With the most intuitive interface and easy to use system controls, you`ll find it will simplify all aspects of your aquarium system that it controls. There`s also no need to find a power outlet near the head unit as there`s no power cord needed; power is provided right from the bus. The compact and convenient design, multiple mounting options and great looks makes the ReefKeeper Elite right for almost any installation; and without any unsightly probe wires dangling about, the head unit will add a touch of class to any tank!

The ReefKeeper is the most expandable controller we know of, allowing the control of over 250 outlets. It has the capability of reading more probes and input devices than even the most demanding system will ever need. All this makes the RKE suitable for tanks from 1 to 10,000 gallons and beyond.

One of the biggest advantages of the RKE system is what it comes with! Other controllers leave you wanting and having to purchase add-ons just to get them to a usable level. The RKE system includes two PC4s; that`s 8 outlets to control! You also get an SL1 that will allow you to monitor pH, ORP, temperature and two switches; not to mention a free temperature probe and pH probe. All this for hundreds of dollars less than other controllers that barely give you enough to get started.

Includes:

    1 x ReefKeeper Elite Head Unit (GC1)
    2 x RKM-PC4 (total of 8 outlets)
    1 x RKM-SL1 (Inputs: pH, ORP, Temperature, 2 x Switch Ports)
    1 x RKM-NET
    1 x Temperature probe
    1 x Digital Aquatics pH probe
    1 x Switch Adapter Kit
    1 x SID - System Interface Device
    1 x 6` Bus Cable
    1 x 3` Bus Cable
    1 x 1` Bus Cable
    1 x 7` CAT5 Ethernet Cable
    10 x Mounting Screws

Tech Specs:
    Display: 128x64 Graphical w/RGB backlight
    Backlight Colors: 30
    Max Expansion: 63 Modules
    Ethernet: Requires Optional RKM-NET module
    Interface: 11 Button CapSense
    Audible Feedback: Yes
    Battery Backup: Yes
    Data Logging: Yes
    Data Graphing: Yes
    Key Lock: Yes
    Wavemaker: Yes
    Sure-on Feature: Yes
    Headunit Dimensions: 3.45" x 4.45" x 0.80"



Product Manuals & Documentation

Digital Aquatics ReefKeeper Elite (Net) Controller

Additional Info 1 available for download in Adobe PDF file format

Digital Aquatics ReefKeeper Elite (Net) Controller

Additional Info 2 available for download in Adobe PDF file format

Digital Aquatics ReefKeeper Elite (Net) Controller

Additional Info 3 available for download in Adobe PDF file format

Manufacturer Info

Digital Aquatics Aquarium Supplies
Digital Aquatics was founded in 2004 and has quickly become the most recognized name in aquarium automation. Since the company debuted the original ReefKeeper 1 (now known as the RK1) in 2004, they have gone on to create some of the most flexible, innovative and cost effective aquarium controllers on the market. The revolutionary ReefKeeper Elite (RKE) was unveiled in 2008 and the affordable ReefKeeper Lite (RKL) came out shortly thereafter to appeal to more budget-conscience aquarium hobbyists. In 2010, Digital Aquatics released a reptile version, the HerpKeeper, as well as the aptly named PondKeeper. ReefKeeper controllers simplify aquarium keeping duties by monitoring and controlling a variety of water parameters and equipment including but not limited to lighting, water flow, heating, cooling, pH and ORP.


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“Useless item”
1.0

Very VERY unsatisfied with this product. I've had for about 3 years and its been one problem after another. VERY unreliable, it would turn off and on within a minute my lights; including halides, and pumps in the middle of the day for no reason. The SL1 and SL2 modules are worthless when it comes ...Read More

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“Very Frustrating”
3.0

So, we have our RKE up and running but no matter what we try we can't get the wireless connection to work. We have tried everything under the sun, read MANY forums with no solution. We need help, as the wireless function was why we bought the RKE.

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“A step backwards”
3.0

Yea..Welcome to the 70's.. dont buy this POS if you are not committed to constantly with you system...The "new improved" generation of DA stuff is problematic and hopelessly buggy...If you think you are buying peace of mind, think again..They should have stopped with the RK2..oh but wait....Read More

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“Incredible!”
5.0

My new 75gal reef setup was a mess with power strips and timers, so I decided to splurge on the RKE+NET. I am thrilled with the purchase! Not only is my setup cleaner, the RKE is conveniently mounted in a cabinet beside the main tank. This system eliminates the need for 3 separate timers for ligh...Read More

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“love it....”
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It's very reliable its a must have DA rocks.... Yeah buddy.

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“Great investment!”
5.0

This controller is amazing! I had previously been using the Reefkeeper lite and liked it. But due to a little water mishap, had to replace it. So I upgraded to the Elite w/net. This controller is soooo much more than the lite. I had also considered the Apex, but with so many friends having proble...Read More

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“NEW system with problems”
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I received my controller on Dec 22, 2010 and have been waiting for DA to UPDATED the software to get it working. Software update came out Jan 20, 2011. POOR support check out the forum, http://www.forum.digitalaquatics.com/. After setting up the controller, I set the timers to control the lights w...Read More

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