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Hydros WaveEngine APX Link Third Party Controller Cable - CoralVue

$12.99 


Item #: CV4476


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The HYDROS WaveEngine APX Link allows you to connect the WaveEngine`s 0-10V input port directly to a Neptune Systems Apex aquarium controller (rather than using an outlet) so you can remotely control the WaveEngine from Apex Fusion.

This remote control capability is not limited to only Neptune Systems aquarium controllers. You can connect the WaveEngine to any third-party aquarium controller with compatible ports.

This cable can simplify control of the WaveEngine to some degree if you only want to use one app. For example, if you turn on Feed Mode from your Apex controller, Feed Mode will automatically be activated on the WaveEngine. If you perform a water change, you can automatically turn off all your pumps from your Apex without having to switch between apps.

Another benefit of this cable is that you can use it to control Jebao pumps with the WaveEngine.

Manufacturer information

CoralVue Aquarium Supplies
CoralVue, founded in 2002, provides high-quality aquarium lighting at prices any hobbyist can afford. The company was formed by David D’Aquin, an underwater video and lighting expert who has teamed with commercial divers, the U.S. Navy and National Geographic on a variety of projects. D’Aquin took his knowledge of lighting and electronics and focused these passions on creating products for the aquarium industry. In just a short time, CoralVue pioneered the development of the 400-watt double-ended metal halide bulb and the unique color temperature spectrum of ReefLux metal halide bulbs. CoralVue also develops high-quality electronic metal halide ballasts to power their bulbs. They offer ballasts in single, dual, triple and dimmable lamp models. To compliment their line of lighting products, CoralVue entered the protein skimmer and calcium reactor market in 2004.

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