Seneye USB Reef Monitor. Understanding what is happening inside your aquarium is vital to ensuring that the aquatic life remains healthy.
Understanding what is happening inside your aquarium is vital to ensuring that the aquatic life remains healthy.
This revolutionary water monitoring device allows you to continuously track the changes in the water parameters, alerting you to the problems before they affect the fish.
Protect your fish with a seneye monitor.
Seneye Reef monitor suits marine tanks and also planted tanks due to their higher light requirements.
The seneye water monitoring devices are designed to measure life critical parameters, log the results and display these results to you so maximum understanding can be gained. Your seneye device has PC software (seneye connect application) which has a simplified layout to communicate what is happening in the aquarium at that precise moment in time. However the full power of the seneye system can be found online on your personal dashboard style interface. The online dashboard shows you how your parameters have changed over time.
The seneye dashboard is constructed using widgets. These small boxes have all the information including graphs and averages about each parameter being monitored. More widgets will be added over the coming months to introduce new featured to the seneye.me dashboard.
The readings from your seneye device are uploaded to your personal seneye dashboard every 30minutes, when connected to a PC. These readings are 1st analysed by the sophisticated seneye algorithms and then automatically graphed. The solid line shows your actual readings while the dashed line shows your forecast values.
You have complete flexibility on how your dashboard is displayed, if you want to display just the ammonia and light levels for your aquarium on the dashboard then that is easy to do. You can simply hide the boxes displaying the other parameters. If you want a widget bigger simply drag the corner to enlarge.
All the parameters being measured have either a single or double alert level. For example if ammonia levels increased to 0.02mg/l (ppm) in freshwater or 0.01mg/l in saltwater this is potentially harmful to your fish, so the colour of the graphing line turns red and you will be contact by email and SMS. Some parameters have duel alert levels on them, for example pH has to remain within an upper and lower limit. Defaults are set based on your aquarium type but you can easily change them if needed.
With all this data sometimes you will want to get a closer look at just a few readings so you can discover what the changes were. The seneye graphs can be easily zoomed to give you all the information you need.