Want to buy electronics
To: Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com
Subject: Want to buy electronics
From: buddy wiese <buddyw at umich_edu>
Date: Fri, 5 Jan 96 00:10:56 +0800
In-Reply-To: Your message <199601042039.PAA23903 at looney_actwin.com> of Thu, 4 Jan 1996 15:39:02 -0500
I have a 130 gallon tank that I want eventually to set up as a
plant tank. To start with I would like to buy a CO2/pH meter system
that can be set to a specific pH and then will automatically add CO2 to
maintain the pH. (I read about one of these system in a inspiring book
by Amano titled 'Nature Aquarium World')
What I want to know following:
1) does something like this exist? Where can I get one? (Is
mail order the least expensive way to go?) And how much does it cost to
get a dependable unit? (say I wanted top of the line...)
2) What sort of limitations do these things have... what range
of pH's can be maintained (i.e. could I keep Tanganyikans which like pH
around 8.0 - 8.5)?
3) Does anyone have such a system operating? Anyone have it
hooked up to their Mac?
Thanks in advance.