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Seneye Replacement Slides - Ammonia and pH (3 Pack)

$35.95 


Item #: 6N00002


In Stock

Monitor the invisible killers in your aquarium

The highly accurate disposable seneye slide ensures there is no calibration of the device needed, simply replace each month for accurate and reliable readings.

Your replacement slide allows for the monitoring of free ammonia and pH. The free ammonia (NH3) sensor allows for detection of this highly toxic chemical at very low levels. The pH sensor allows for monitoring of your aquarium or pond water between 6.4 and 9. This range is ideal for most aquatic life and by monitoring this range increased accuracy has be achieved.

Early warning, inteligent software predicts future water conditions

The intelligent software in the seneye system monitors all the readings as they are delivered and using our sophisticated algorithm your levels will be predicted based on your previous readings, type of environment and the volume of water.

Graphing you can see around the world

With the seneye+ your data is automatically graphed for you allowing you to instantly see any developing trends. You can access results from your seneye.me account worldwide, the reasons are stored online for easy viewing.

Convenient alerts sent to e-mail and mobile phone

Automatic alerts when your levels increase or decrease can be sent to your e-mail address or optionally to your mobile phone via SMS* messages. (SMS alerts may not be available in all countries)

Soak slide for 24 hours

Remember to always soak your seneye slide for a minimum for 24 hours before using it. Take a glass of water from your aquarium or pond and place the slide in. Soaking allows the sensor pad time to stabilise so accurate readings can be taken.

Manufacturer information

Seneye was the brain child of three experienced aquarists with a shared vision of saving the worlds fish one tank at a time. John, Tom and Matt all left their jobs in 2008 with one goal; to invent the world’s first sensor that could measure chemical parameters that kill fish. With over 40 years’ experience at the sharp end of working with technology and aquarium it was clear that real innovation was needed. A few new team members also joined the Seneye ranks to make it happen with Luca heading up coding and Kiff overseeing manufacture.

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