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Leach29

06-27-2014, 02:06 PM

Hi Everyone,

I am looking to see what other people have done in programming there Jaebo WP 40 to there Apex.

I have (2)-WP-40 plugged into my V1/V2 outlet.

Thanks a lot!

Aquattro

06-27-2014, 02:12 PM

Here's a simple little setup I copied from someone for my Tunzes. Would work the same for the WP40s. I'll probably do this for the new tank

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Wave1 (This is my main daylight wave pattern)

Synchronize Enabled

Divide by 10 Enabled

Initial off time (Seconds) 0

On time (Seconds) 7

Off time (Seconds) 4

Minimum intensity 0

Maximum intensity 100

Wave2 (Similar pattern to the above but Syn is disabled which creates a bit more chaos)

Synchronize Disabled

Divide by 10 Enabled

Initial off time (Seconds) 0

On time (Seconds) 7

Off time (Seconds) 4

Minimum intensity 0

Maximum intensity 100

Lt_Flush (This is for the left side 6205 flush)

Synchronize Disabled

Divide by 10 Disabled

Initial off time (Seconds) 0

On time (Seconds) 30

Off time (Seconds) 30

Minimum intensity 0

Maximum intensity 90

Rt_Flush (Rt 6205 alternate interval of LT_Flush alternates one on while the other is off)

Synchronize Disabled

Divide by 10 Disabled

Initial off time (Seconds) 30

On time (Seconds) 30

Off time (Seconds) 30

Minimum intensity 0

Maximum intensity 90

DuskDawn (This is a lower flow wave pattern used intermittantly during the light hours as well as before and after lights go out)

Synchronize Enabled

Divide by 10 Enabled

Initial off time (Seconds) 0

On time (Seconds) 7

Off time (Seconds) 4

Minimum intensity 0

Maximum intensity 30

Night (Sets a constant 30% flow during light off hours)

Synchronize Disabled

Divide by 10 Disabled

Initial off time (Seconds) 0

On time (Seconds) 10

Off time (Seconds) 15

Minimum intensity 30

Maximum intensity 30

I am up to 3 timers. My use for the timers is to create short random periods of different flow during daylight hours. This is one area where I cant help but think there may be an easier approach. I could use some feedback here.

Timer1 (turns on every 120 minutes for 10 minutes. If timer 2 is on at that time, it should remain off.

OSC 120:00/010:00/000:00 Then ON

If Outlet Timer2 = ON Then OFF

If Time 19:30 to 11:30 Then OFF

If FeedA 000 Then OFF

Timer2 (turns on every 45 minutes for 15 minutes except if timer 3 is on)

OSC 045:00/015:00/000:00 Then ON

If Outlet Timer3 = ON Then OFF

If Time 19:30 to 11:30 Then OFF

If FeedA 000 Then OFF

Timer3 (turn on every 15 minutes for 5 minutes except if timer 1 is on)

OSC 015:00/005:00/000:00 Then ON

If Outlet Timer1 = ON Then OFF

If Time 19:30 to 11:30 Then OFF

If FeedA 000 Then OFF

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These are the variable speed pumps and their programming:

StreamLt

Set Wave1

If Time 10:30 to 11:59 Then duskdawn

If Time 12:00 to 19:00 Then Wave1

If Time 19:01 to 20:00 Then duskdawn

If Time 20:01 to 10:29 Then Night

If Outlet Timer1 = ON Then Lt_Flush

If Outlet Timer2 = ON Then duskdawn

If Outlet Timer3 = ON Then Wave2

If FeedA 000 Then OFF

StreamRt

Set Wave1

If Time 10:30 to 11:59 Then duskdawn

If Time 12:00 to 19:00 Then Wave1

If Time 19:01 to 20:00 Then duskdawn

If Time 20:01 to 10:29 Then Night

If Outlet Timer1 = ON Then Rt_Flush

If Outlet Timer2 = ON Then duskdawn

If Outlet Timer3 = ON Then Wave2

If FeedA 000 Then OFF

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Leach29

06-27-2014, 04:39 PM

Awesome thank you.

I will try it out tonight.

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