That Trident is far to advanced for you and your tank so you need to immediately send it to me!!Well its been a bit. But for the most part, things have been stable. Added a few corals, and lost a few.
The foxface I added has been a bit of a pain. I need to devise a plan to catch him and rehome him. He is destroyed two duncans and an acan. Pretty sure he is picking on the zoas as well.
Adds have been stylophora, birdsnest, wellsophyllia brain coral, and an acan.
In other news. Got my apex trident in and installed Saturday morning. Let me just tell you, this thing is awesome! I haven't calibrated it yet as it says to let it run for 48-72 hours before calibrating. With that said, it seems to be calibrated out of the box so I don't expect to see a big change.(based on my manual testing results) But would be good to see how accurate it is based on the calibration solution they give you. I'll post a pic of my dashboard and the results for the last few days.
For those interested. I ordered it from Premium Aquatics and it took roughly 3 weeks to arrive as it was on backorder when I ordered. They took my order, my payment method and charged me once it shipped to me. Was a really easy process.
mhm.. that isn't happening partner!That Trident is far to advanced for you and your tank so you need to immediately send it to me!!
I need to have it........ and can you send me a US plug adapter as well! Lol
I think most of the Apex stuff is these days, I think they have modified the software and with all the set up wizards it’s very easy.mhm.. that isn't happening partner!
But you know, as complex as it is, it was super easy to install and setup. Like almost too easy!
Thanks Nobby. I have mine point straight instead of down. Might try that, but on max they would blow sand everywhere I believe! I have added some crushed coral to the front of the tank to prevent that as much as possible. I too am using the Saxby setting. But I am bleaching SPS. I figured maybe the setting were too intense given the tank is half his tank size.I have the rear circulation pumps set to max. Three of the nozzles point about 45 degrees downwards and one is pointing straight across and provides surface movement. The main return also provides surface movement. For lighting I use the Saxby setting.