The ReefKeeper Lite is a powerful and cost effective aquarium control system. It’s completely flexible and allows you the ability to create a control system that’s as unique as your tank. Whether you’re looking for a variety of programmable outlets or need to monitor multiple parameters, the ReefKeeper Lite can be configured to your specifications.
Our easiest programming yet...
The ReefKeeper Lite uses our new “EasyFlow” menu structure which makes for quick setup of the entire system. There’s no complicated or frustrating computer language to learn with the ReefKeeper. We walk you through the setup step by step making sure you don’t forget a critical setting. This helps ensure that the system operates as you expect it to. We’ve also added the new “ReadyFit” functions for programming channels. These functions are preconfigured with some of the more common settings and require little or no input from the user to function.
With the ability to monitor multiple pH probes you can run a reactor as well as monitor the pH of your main system.
Control dual stage heating and cooling with heaters, chillers and fans with different set points. Everything you need to hold your temperature rock solid.
Whether you’re dosing ozone or just want to keep an eye on ORP the ReefKeeper has you covered.
Use this probe to make sure your water changes are spot on. Consistent salt levels between mix water and system water is critical to the heath of your system.
When paired with one or more float switches you can set the system up to add RO water in as small or big amounts as needed. This level of control helps reduce fluctuations in salt levels as well as temperature and other important parameters.
With four unique programmable setting the ReefKeeper Elite’s wavemaker setting can setup opposing pump cycles to simulate turbulent flow in your tank.
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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