The Seneye Leak Detector is the latest expansion to the Seneye monitoring system, so you can be alerted to tank or filter leaks on the same, easy to use interface.
Made with real gold, the Seneye Leak Detector allows your existing Seneye Monitoring system to send text and email alerts, which will be visible on your seneye.me dashboard, alongside your alerts for other parameters eg NH3 & PH, whenever a leak is detected.
The slim Leak Detector is only 8mm thick and 66mm in sensory diameter.
*Requires a Seneye Web Server, but easy to connect & plugs straight into your existing system, with up to 2 Leak Detectors per Web Server.
Monitoring the conditions in your pond is vital. In order to produce an optimal environment for your fish and plants you need to be aware of many parameters in your pond.
Understanding what is happening inside your pond is vital to ensuring that the aquatic life remains healthy. Seneye devices allow 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.
The new Seneye Web Server allows the user to connect all their Seneye USB device directly to seneye.me using their home internet connection. Its embedded software ensures reliability of your uploads and alerts. It can be managed on the Seneye device directly from the Seneye Web Server.
Set up is simple, wire it up and type the code provided on your seneye.me dashboard. Then sit back and relax while your aquarium water is monitored.
The Seneye Web Server works with all HTML5 compatible devices.
Have a look at this video on Seneye Pond and how to use it.
- Log in remotely from an app on your phone or PC from anywhere
- See live data on Ammonia (NH3)
- See live data on pH levels
- See live data on temperature
- Receive SMS alerts if parameters suddenly change or go out of range
Provides live updates on Ammonia, pH and temperature direct to your email or by SMS. Log in anytime from anywhere. Receive alerts if parameters exceed your customised settings.
pH levels in ponds are often adversely affected by rain which can cause a sudden drop in pH levels. A sudden drop in pH levels can cause shock and death in your much loved fish. Like wise the presence of Ammonia in your pond can cause toxic shock, ammonia burn and death in pond life very quickly.
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