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Hello nano reefers, I am excited to announce the first public release of reef-pi, an opensource, open hardware DIY reef tank controller. reef-pi 1.0 release provide following features: Equipment control and timers (power bars), up to 16 outlets LED light control (dawn to dusk effect or light cycles) Automatic Top Off (based on photoelectric sensor or float switch) Temperature controller Dashboard and alerting based on all the above-mentioned features reef-pi is an affordable and modular controller. i.e you can build it with limited features (say only equipment control) and extend it over time with features as and when you need. Me and handful of other reefers from the community have worked hard to document reef-pi 1.0 installation and build process, which is available here: http://reef-pi.com Following is an example dashboard: best ranjib
Lost absolutely everything to a house fire back in February. I mean everything, tank clothes, food, memories. EVERYTHING. Family and I are fine. We have a new place to live......SOOOOOOOO Back at it again. No name 5.5g tank. Cheap wal-mart filter. Cheap Amazon Par38 bulb. how it all started Tank is cycled, cuc has been ordered already. Time for some frags this weekend. FTS SECTION FTS 5/30/2017 2/12/18 3/20/18 Some uglyness more updates later
Ranjib posted a topic in General DiscussionI am exhibiting reef-pi, a raspberry pi based open source controller in Bay Area Maker Fair. I have couple of pico reef tank powered by reef-pi in display. Kids love the corals :-) , got lots of good feedback/interests. Here are some snaps if any of you are attending the Bay Area makerfaire, please drop by and say hi