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  1. castlet67

    Kessil h380

    I run the h380 also, have to keep an eye on that cheato or it will pack itself tight before you know it. Like Muttley,I've been running it about 2 years as well.
  2. 1. Use this in apex url setting for Apex fusion camera: Http://(username for camera):password for accessing camera@ (external IP):port)/video/mjpg.cgi Example : http://admin:123456@68.22.1.105:9191/video/mjpg.cgi User name and password are setup in dlink advanced setup page External ip is your ISP ip address,not the internal assigned ip for the router. Example: dont use 192. Or 10.1 etc Set a static ip address for the camera in the Dlink advanced set up so the internal never changes.this is where you use the 192. Etc up address. Set the local gateway (router IP address) in dlink advanced set up Set the http port in dlink advanced . Example 9191. Use whatever Port forward in your router. Set port forward to static ip that you used in dlink and add that you used as well. It works very well except that Google chrome will not allow apex to access it through the firewall. You will have to use safari or firefox . The apex ap will not work as well. Maybe the default for the ap accesses chrome. I'm not sure yet but will let you know. So the downfall is you will have to log into the safari or firefox browser.
  3. Ok,got the camera in and hooked up. One thing I found out. Security on Google chrome will block access to the camera. Firefox works without a hitch. Took a while to realize this. I will post the setup instructions here by tomorrow the latest. I basically copied and past the command line out of apexfusion to my iphone,and it worked. Explorer,chrome,just blocked it for some reason.
  4. Very nice. Can't wait to meet up. You will be the 1st I know in the Dayton area.
  5. We are in Dayton,Ohio. I work in Cincinnati .
  6. Long tentacle leather - 25.00 Neon green wwc toad stool -30.00 Blue cespitularia - 20.00 Green galaxie coral - 20.00 Green stylophora- 20.00 GSP - 3 inch disc 15.00 All leathers and GSP are mounted on 3 inch discs.
  7. It may be a difference in dkh from the tank they came from to yours. I would give it a little bit.
  8. Parameters are fine,and heavy calcium shouldn't be an issue. I believe your right with lighting. Place them low and out of the way. If there is to little light,they will stretch up toward the light. If that happens,then slowly move them closer. What type are they? Some varieties love low light,others high light
  9. Ok,ordered a D link camera and it should be in this week. I will see how it goes and keep everyone posted.
  10. I'm in anytime for Saturday.
  11. I have gone to a roller matt sump and am selling my eshop r300 sump. 150.00 if interested.
  12. castlet67

    Rodi Booster pump

    Good point Muttley. I know our TDS here is 150 to 160. The rejection rate is close for me. I did add an addition mixed bed resin after the anion an cation resin cartridge and doubled what I get out of my resin. I dont test for tds until I've ran my bypass for 5 minutes or so. My sister with my pump is always 90s when running. The pump has a set screw that doesn't really adjust pressure. It's really a bypass screw which is a little different. It will show a lower pressure when the pump is off.
  13. castlet67

    Rodi Booster pump

    It sounds like you may be bypassing a seal. I had the same issue here in Dayton. I changed my membrane housing and added a flush kit. I may have solved it on accident, but it fixed the creep. We have had water boil advisories here which definitely caused higher TDS for us for a week or so also
  14. I was a little concerned at 1st due to the cost of each roll. Surprisingly it hasn't been that bad. It is very similar to running filter socks without having to change them out. Rolls are lasting 6 to 8 weeks depending on how much I feed. I haven't had any issues .
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