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Mastertronic (MT) by focustronic is the latest addition to our product range for automated water testing equipment. MT will be able to communicate with our other products such as Alkatronic, Dosetronic, Solartronic (patented dynamic lighting fixture), and Powertronic (smart power strip). Above photos are for reference. We are in process of making the tooling to resemble the generic design of Alkatronic with door opening for access with rounded corners.
- Measures PO4 / NO3 / Ca / Mg / OLI (may add parameters in near future)
- High Precision Stepper and DC Pumps
- State of the art colorimetric photosensor
- Simple to use iOS and Android App (Wifi). Focustronic App (all in one)
- Communicate with Alkatronic/Dosetronic/Solartronic/Powertronic: local wifi via router
- Nitrate Accuracy / Precision (+/-) : 0.5 ppm / 0.1 ppm
- Phosphate Accuracy / Precision (+/-): 0.01 ppm / 0.005 ppm
- Magnesium Accuracy / Precision (+/-): 20 ppm / 20 ppm
- Calcium Accuracy / Precision (+/-): 6 ppm / 6 ppm
- OLI – is our own derived parameter which measure the organic matter in water. Can indicate when users should run or replace carbon
- Dimension: 33 (L) x 22.5 (W) x 34.5 (H) cm Feature Highlights:
- Ability to auto adjust Ca and Mg dosing levels in Dosetronic as sometimes even balanced dosing will require adjustments. This will be done via ODA.
- MT will pass test data to Solartronic and user can select auto intensity adjustment based on either PO4 or NO3. This will be a unique feature in our product range and not available with any other lighting brands.
- When Powertronic is released, we will include features to trigger on/off or even timer for the sockets. For example, algea reactor light, currently running 12 hours. If nutrient (ie: PO4) gets too low, reduce by 10% to 11 hours).
- For ULNS, dosing PO4 and NO3 can also be regulated via Dosetronic.
- Expect new feature in Dosetronic for daily feeding and could also be adjusted based on data.
- Considering offering an autofeeder for dry fish food. Lower nutrients will auto increase feeding
frequency = fatter fish.