150 Gallon of complexities!

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Re: 150 Gallon of complexities!

Postby mithun » Tue Oct 24, 2017 5:27 am

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Re: 150 Gallon of complexities!

Postby mohang_j » Mon Oct 30, 2017 4:26 am

Hi Mithun, i have not worked with Arduino, can you help me with code and sensor designs.Would need to wire water level, temp sensors and timers through it.
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Re: 150 Gallon of complexities!

Postby mithun » Tue Oct 31, 2017 3:59 pm

open a new thread.. will help you through it
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Re: 150 Gallon of complexities!

Postby kumar » Mon Nov 20, 2017 5:21 am

update update... please please :)
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Re: 150 Gallon of complexities!

Postby Aayaan » Wed Nov 29, 2017 3:58 pm

Updates would not have been hard to come by if our revered reef bro would not have decided to savour every bit & drop of the lovely flavour involved in the exciting process of the complex project and undeniably he is already lost in a state of intoxication. Now, on our part as fellow reef bros, we can only bite deep into our patience and let everything be hanging untill its put on the table for us to taste it.

Actually, if it was an endevour with completely readymade, buy-plug-play sort of setup, it would not have seemed so strenous to bear through this ambitious build. Here, I am having a proverb flashing in my head and it says we must never loose our patience if virtue is what we seek.

And I am sure that by this time I have already received a few punches from those who have gone through this reply. b-(
But, if I have not, then I must admit that we are a bunch of virtue stuffed reefers(fowlr included ;) ) :)
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Re: 150 Gallon of complexities!

Postby mithun » Fri Dec 01, 2017 6:54 am

For literature-imparied engineers like me the above reply is as legible as hieroglyphics :P

But i did understand that you are kinda holding on to your patience! One update coming up tonight, stay tuned!
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Re: 150 Gallon of complexities!

Postby mithun » Fri Dec 01, 2017 3:10 pm

Finished the ATS. 20W growlights ledsx4. ImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

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Re: 150 Gallon of complexities!

Postby kumar » Mon Dec 04, 2017 5:41 am

thats damm cool man!!
Would it have been better if the lights were stacked alternately instead of opposite to each other?

Also can we see how the water trickles on to mesh? is it a total slit or holes and will it need to be considered to have a uniform flow over all of the mesh?
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Re: 150 Gallon of complexities!

Postby vikramdutta » Mon Dec 04, 2017 6:25 am

Mr. Engineer, please understand here are many non Engineers, and non salt water hobbyist. Everything going above the head, but looks beautiful....
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Re: 150 Gallon of complexities!

Postby mithun » Mon Dec 04, 2017 12:08 pm

I havent filled water yet so trickling scene has to wait longer.. The waterflow ideally should be even for better growth all over.. But the world is seldom ideal.. I have used narrow slit along the mesh.. The flodlight type reflector spreads the light very well so didnt need to do alternet position. The mesh is fully covered with light..

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