ReefKeeper SL2v2 Salinity Module - Digital Aquatics

Digital Aquatics SL2v2
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ReefKeeper SL2v2 Salinity Module - Digital Aquatics

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Quick Overview

The NEW ReefKeeper SL2v2 has been redisigned from the prior version. 

Monitoring salinity through a controller is a great way to have redundancy put in place for items like auto top off. 


The new SL2v2 module does require the Reefkeeper Salinity v2 Probe to monitor salinity.  Both the ReefKeeper Elite and ReefKeeper Lite will be able to interface with this new module.

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Product Questions

The sl2v2. Does it come with a bus cable? ?
Question by: Robyn Nelson on Oct 14, 2016 11:07:00 AM
Hey There,
This does include a 6' aquabus cable included. If you have any other questions, let us know!
Answer by: Jason Smith (Admin) on Oct 14, 2016 3:19:00 PM

Full Details

The NEW ReefKeeper pH and Salinity Module RKM-SL2v2 is an expansion module for adding an additional pH probe and salinity monitor to the ReefKeeper. The SL2v2 can also handle a temperature probe and features 2 switch ports.

Full ReefKeeper Sl2v2 specs and features:

  • Free software updates directly from Digital Aquatics
  • Works with ReefKeeper Elites and ReefKeeper Lites. Not compatible with Reefkeeper 2's
  • Accepts 1 pH probe with standard BNC interface
  • 1 salinity input
  • Accepts 1 Digital Aquatic temperature probe
  • 2 switch ports for use with Digital Aquatics part #30-0017-000. Gives the ability to monitor switching devices and take action on that input.
  • 2 bus connections
  • LED status indicator
  • Dimensions: 1.0" x 2.25" x 4.30"



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  • Great Module! By Patrick on 8/3/2010

    So, I personally love the DA gear, but this was an awesome addition to their module portfolio. Unfortunately the current range of salinity probes are undergoing a rebuild due to issues, but once that's done and they're back on the market I would say that this would be a requirement for anyone who had an RKE!