Monitor fish tank temperature and aquatic pet conditions

Problem

Fish can be sensitive to an extremely wide range of environmental conditions. These can include nitrates, nitrites, water hardness, chlorine, pH, alkalinity, sunlight, algae levels and of course temperature.

Solution

Educate yourself on proper conditions for each species of fish in your aquarium. Some fish are highly sensitive to conditions, and some species may require very specific parameters. So make sure to do your homework. Once you know the correct conditions, monitor and maintain them closely.

AcuRite Solutions & Tips

  • Monitor Indoor Temperature Conditions: Position an AcuRite Room Monitor near the aquarium to track ambient air temperature and humidity conditions.
  • Monitor Fish Tank Temperature: Position the tip of a Liquid Temperature Sensor in the tank water to monitor its temperature.
  • Use a Home Environment Display for convenient viewing of conditions measured by multiple Monitors and Sensors in multiple rooms around your home.
    • Set alarms on the display to alert you of hazardous fish tank conditions. These can include dangerously low or high room temperatures or water temperatures.

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