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Old 03-15-2018, 01:24 PM
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Default Oscillation in the value of PH.

Hi, I was curious to see the ph value of my aquarium using the ph controller that I have installed in my calcium reactor. From the beginning I had adopted measures so that this value did not fall much at night by installing a second chamber in the calcium reactor and placing the reactor outlet near the entrance of the skimmer.

Well, the varoles of ph range from 8.06 just before the light goes on until 8.37, a value that is reached just before the light decreases due to dimming.

There is a difference of 0.32 ph points between the maximum and the minimum and I would like to know what values are considered admissible for this parameter.

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Old 03-15-2018, 08:39 PM
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Hi, I was curious to see the ph value of my aquarium using the ph controller that I have installed in my calcium reactor. From the beginning I had adopted measures so that this value did not fall much at night by installing a second chamber in the calcium reactor and placing the reactor outlet near the entrance of the skimmer.

Well, the varoles of ph range from 8.06 just before the light goes on until 8.37, a value that is reached just before the light decreases due to dimming.

There is a difference of 0.32 ph points between the maximum and the minimum and I would like to know what values are considered admissible for this parameter.

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This range is not a problem at all.
Ph swing during the dsy with the light cycle. High during day low during night.
Ir values sre more than good. Anytging above 7.8 is good
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Old 03-19-2018, 01:33 PM
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Thanks ohashimz for your answer. I am more relaxed, I knew that there were certain variations in the Ph during the light cycle but I also believed that they were minimal.

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