Temperature Probe - Neptune Systems

Temperature Probe - Neptune Systems
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Temperature Probe - Neptune Systems

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Long-life Temperature Probe - replace your Temperature Probe, add one for another tank, or put one on your PM2/PM3 module for temperature compensated readings.
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How long is the cord?
Question by: Samson J. Loo on Jan 14, 2014 11:40:00 AM
Hi Samson,
The cord is right about 9ft long.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Jan 14, 2014 11:40:00 AM
Are these probes designed to be functional and used in a full-time totally submerged configuration?
Question by: Robert on May 13, 2016 3:53:00 AM
Great question! The Neptune temp probe is certainly functional, and can provide live readout 24/7.
Answer by: Carter (Admin) on May 17, 2016 5:50:00 PM
Should the cap on the end of the temp probe be removed like the pH probe?
Question by: Chris on Jan 19, 2016 8:24:00 PM
Great question!
There should be a rubber end on the bottom of the. this does not need to be removed and the probe can be placed directly into the aquarium! Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Jan 27, 2016 3:16:00 PM
Where is the best place in a sump to put the probe? Does it matter?
Question by: Ashley on Apr 4, 2016 1:00:00 PM
Great question!
Placement can vary wherever you have room. Many people like to place it in a higher flow area to keep the tank level consistent. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Apr 8, 2016 10:13:00 AM
Do I need a PM2 to add a second temp probe to my Apex controller? It's not the jr.
Question by: Gary on May 11, 2014 4:03:00 AM
Hi Gary,
To add a second temp probe you would need a probe module. The PM2 would work as well as the PM1.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on May 11, 2014 4:03:00 AM
Will the probe work for air temperature as well, or does it need to be submerged? (i.e. could I use it for terrarium temp. regulation)
Question by: Evan on May 9, 2014 7:24:00 AM
Hi Evan,
The probe will work but likely wouldn't be the best choice for air. Water conducts heat much better then air so the probes for water have more mass to keep the reading from fluctuating wildly. Air doesn't conduct heat very well so temperature sensors intended for air tend to have very low mass, that way there is less material that needs to be heated for the sensor to recognize it. The bigger/heavier the probe the slower it will respond and less accurate it will be for air.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on May 9, 2014 7:24:00 AM

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Long-life Temperature Probe - replace your Temperature Probe, add one for another tank, or put one on your PM2/PM3 module for temperature compensated readings.

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  • Not well pre-calibrated, but good otherwise By Brian on 1/12/2016

    I have two of these probes, one on the PM2 and one on the main controller. When they first arrived I had 3 degrees variability between them, not only were they different from each other but they were different depending on whether they were hooked to the PM2 or main unit. 3 degrees is a fair bit for something that claims pre-calibration, thus the 3 star rating. Calibrated both with a known good NIST probe (none were quite right, and the calibration was different depending on where they were hooked up), and they've been dead on for about 5 months now. So, once they get working, they seem to be pretty stable - I clean by wiping about once a month, but I'm not sure that's even necessary.
  • Second Probe added for PM2 By Polymorphyc on 6/17/2015

    The only reason I am giving 4 stars is because it is 0.5 degrees off from my other probe. They are right next to each other, so I would expect the same temp since they both came pre calibrated.
  • Ibought this as a conductivity By Roger on 2/23/2015

    I bought this as a conductivity adjustment thermometer. IT works great and I would buy it again.
  • Accurate By Dr. P on 2/13/2015

    This was purchased to replace a probe on my Aqua Controller Jr. It calibrated very easily and seems to be working well.
  • Good for temperature control By Scubajoe on 1/6/2015

    I use this product to turn on and off my two heaters in my 18o gallon reef tank. I am very satisfied with its performance. I wish the end cap were not so fat. Does not fit in all holders unless I feed it from the back end. Aside from that no issues.
  • Love it! By Bridg on 1/5/2015

    Can't have a tank with out an apex on it! The temp probe and salinity is a must have!
  • 2nd probe By Devo on 12/8/2014

    i got this 2nd probe to put in my QT to help keep my temp in check and its doing great!
  • Nice Probe By Terri on 12/3/2014

    After a little over a year, the probe which came with my Apex began showing large temp swings. I replaced the heater and there was no change so it had to be the probe. I ordered the replacement above. No more erratic readings! This probe is well built. The cord is very long which I needed!
  • Solid Product By JohnD on 7/13/2014

    I'm very pleased with this probe and it is definitely build to handle the harsh saltwater. I've been using Neptune temp probes for years and I've never had one fail.
  • Accurate By Reefsi on 4/20/2014

    Have 2 of these both read within .2 of eachother at all times. Get a .4 higher reading than using the coralife cheapos which is strange but I know that the Neptune ones are accurate and well made.
  • Low Cost and Dependable By Jared on 11/14/2013

    I have three of these units actively running. I calibrated each one via the web interface with a NIST-Traceable Temperature Probe. This neptune probe is made well, and all three have maintained their accurate values for well over a year of use so far. All three are submerged.

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