Well worth the extra cost IMO. It literally takes 2mins to set up fully (priming, calibration and programming) which was amazing and can be controlled through the app (which can be annoying sometimes) to dose manually or set a programme.I knew I should have bought that one instead!! Lol
Ran the doses and salt amounts though the calculator and the ppms from the calculator was the same as 'Jimmys'. Will have it so it does all the calculations for the AIO for you soonAt the moment I just use James planted tank solution but am going to try and adapt it to the new spread sheet
Opps sorry about that only check the link in my sig, link in thread had a typo sortedHi zeus, I downloaded V1.4 ok but 1.5 says "page not found". I'm on Android, not pc
I will add them next m8 I have yet to get my head round the calculations for KHI use CaNO3 + K2CO3 to increase GH/KH (very soft - especially with all the rain) so it would be useful to be able to include them in the macros.
Your welcomeThanks, link working now.
Had a few ideas of how to deal with 'MgSO4 x' - but just added the main one ATM (or the one I use), if your/anyone is using a different one, I will put it on my every increasing 'to do list'1. shouldn't the hydrated ferts have drop down list (or something similar) for hydration? For example MgSO4 x (drop down list for 7H20, anhydrous etc).
Have a 'pH Phantom' planed - so when basically when enough info is inputted the 'pH Phantom' pops up and gives the resultI think active table for calculating amount of CO2 with relation to kH and pH could be very useful, for example you enter your kH and pH you have and it will give you amount of CO2 (or carbonic acid for some freaks ) present in the water.
again had thought of tha,t but other apps do that well already, it would be done when other features have been done.accumulation table - measuring as it says on the tin: accumulation of ferts depending on the amount of fert we add with relation to percentage of water changes
Sorted, was pretty easy - did it in the back end so it automatically changes the molecular weight of the compound and formula and adjusted the percentage of the relative elements1. shouldn't the hydrated ferts have drop down list (or something similar) for hydration? For example MgSO4 x (drop down list for 7H20, anhydrous etc).
Thanks for the positive feedbackHi @Zeus, thanks for all the effort. It's certainly made me rethink my additions, I took the "you can't have too much" approach and never bothered calculating all the combinations just threw a bit more in of everything but the ability to see what the changes do has been very helpful.
Hope the plants appreciate your efforts
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