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    Hello Ghls'ers


    I just discovered this company http://www.blau-aquaristic.com/
    and https://www.facebook.com/blauaquaristic/

    so if you, like me are looking for a good 1-0 v. profilux controllable DC Pump, these may be the solution


    Cheers

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    Yes, but you need a suitable cable. But I couldn't find out from the company what kind of connection these pumps have.

    regards Pit

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    Hello Pit

    On their LED Lumina LED controller it's an RJ11 plug, so I guess it will be compatible ( they advertise this on their facebook page as well)
    I just wrote them and asked fot the specs

    http://www.blau-aquaristic.com/engli...-guide-eng.pdf

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    If the controler for the DC pumps is the same, you can use a normal RJ12 6p6C cable. The pin assignment of the RJ12 connector is the same as for the Profilux.
    If you want to control 2 pumps on a Profilux interface (Lx) you can use the Y-adapter from GHL.

    regards Pit

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    I'll impatiently wait for the reply from blau-aquaristic

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    Zitat Zitat von Mistahbrock Beitrag anzeigen
    I'll impatiently wait for the reply from blau-aquaristic
    Hi there, do you have news from blau-aquaristic?

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    I didn't get any updates for a long time so I ended up buying a Aqua Medic DC runner 2000, rev. 2
    It's incredibly noiseless and has been running almost a year now without any issues, I made a very simple DIY 0-10 volt cable so I can stop the pump and make a night shift

    cheers, Brock
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    Zitat Zitat von Mistahbrock Beitrag anzeigen
    I didn't get any updates for a long time so I ended up buying a Aqua Medic DC runner 2000, rev. 2
    It's incredibly noiseless and has been running almost a year now without any issues, I made a very simple DIY 0-10 volt cable so I can stop the pump and make a night shift

    cheers, Brock
    Hi Brock, Thank you for your help.

    I think I will buy the aqua medic pumps like you,
    one Aqua Medic DC Runner 3.2 for return pump and
    one Aqua Medic DC Runner 1.2 for media reactors etc..
    can you explain to me in detail how you made your cable?
    thank you very much!

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    Hello John


    I made it some time ago, measuring from a GHL -LPF-AP to be absolutely sure on the pinouts
    https://www.reef2reef.com/threads/co...ofilux.370143/

    So I'm not exactly sure which pins goes to where on a dc plug, I can measure the cable tomorrow and check my Ebay purchase list to see what the plug was

    EDIT :

    I just took it out and did a measurement

    The cable is one of these
    https://www.ebay.com/sch/sis.html?_n...72.m2749.l2658

    And this is the DC plug I bought, it's not that impressive...but dirt cheap
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1x-4-0mm-x-...item3aee17f8d2

    GHL Cable.jpg

    RJ12 Male Plug pinout
    RJ12JackWires.jpg

    Remember to triple check everything twice som you don't fry your GHL box.

    And Aqua Medic warns against running the DC runner below 60 % so the magic is limited, but still, I like the nocturnal change and the feeding pause option
    plus, this pump is really quiet.

    You can probably run a JEBAO with a similar cable, but they operate at 0 to 5 volts, this could be setup in the GHL control center but I'm a chicken som I wouldn't risk it ( after I burned my APEX controller with a LED drive some years ago...)

    Some guys are on it here :
    https://www.ultimatereef.net/threads...c-pump.827122/

    Anyway, have fun and cheers, Brock
    Geändert von Mistahbrock (29.10.2018 um 19:41 Uhr)
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    Zitat Zitat von Mistahbrock Beitrag anzeigen
    Hello John


    I made it some time ago, measuring from a GHL -LPF-AP to be absolutely sure on the pinouts
    https://www.reef2reef.com/threads/co...ofilux.370143/

    So I'm not exactly sure which pins goes to where on a dc plug, I can measure the cable tomorrow and check my Ebay purchase list to see what the plug was

    EDIT :

    I just took it out and did a measurement

    The cable is one of these
    https://www.ebay.com/sch/sis.html?_n...72.m2749.l2658

    And this is the DC plug I bought, it's not that impressive...but dirt cheap
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1x-4-0mm-x-...item3aee17f8d2

    GHL Cable.jpg

    RJ12 Male Plug pinout
    RJ12JackWires.jpg

    Remember to triple check everything twice som you don't fry your GHL box.

    And Aqua Medic warns against running the DC runner below 60 % so the magic is limited, but still, I like the nocturnal change and the feeding pause option
    plus, this pump is really quiet.

    You can probably run a JEBAO with a similar cable, but they operate at 0 to 5 volts, this could be setup in the GHL control center but I'm a chicken som I wouldn't risk it ( after I burned my APEX controller with a LED drive some years ago...)

    Some guys are on it here :
    https://www.ultimatereef.net/threads...c-pump.827122/

    Anyway, have fun and cheers, Brock
    thank you very much Brock,
    you are the best,
    it is simple . I will do it too

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