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herbklee
07/16/2016, 06:46 PM
hi,
can someone show me step by step how to connect and program my 2 tunze 6095s with m my profilux 3?
I can't find any clear info anywhere.

The pumps are both currently connected to my profilux via the tunze 1 and 2 cables via YL2 splitter to the L1 socket on my profilux.
TY

ReefRockerLive
07/16/2016, 10:06 PM
1. Go to the 1-10v interface settings and set L1 and L2 to "Stream pump" and voltage to 3-8V.
2. Go to the Stream settings located in the Extras section and assign the pumps to a group. If you want to have both pumps on the same group, select a pump group and assign the pumps to that group.
3. Program the pumps in the same screen and click save.

Just remember that Tunze 1 will function for "Odd" numbered L channels and T2 for "Even" numbered L channels.

herbklee
07/17/2016, 08:01 AM
1. Go to the 1-10v interface settings and set L1 and L2 to "Stream pump" and voltage to 3-8V.
2. Go to the Stream settings located in the Extras section and assign the pumps to a group. If you want to have both pumps on the same group, select a pump group and assign the pumps to that group.
3. Program the pumps in the same screen and click save.

Just remember that Tunze 1 will function for "Odd" numbered L channels and T2 for "Even" numbered L channels.



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herbklee
07/18/2016, 01:18 PM
Any pointers on how to program pumps in alternating fasion to create waves?
Can this be done while both pumps are connected to L1/2 using the YL2 splitter?


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ReefClownMIA
07/18/2016, 01:22 PM
Any pointers on how to program pumps in alternating fasion to create waves?
Can this be done while both pumps are connected to L1/2 using the YL2 splitter?


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Yes, easily do-able.
Check out this video:
https://www.youtube.com/embed/8eCp0KGWbf0

That's on my Reefer 450 (5ft tank) w/ a 6055(left) and a 6095(right) - using a 0.7/0.9 second timer.

StreamGroup #x
Mode: Permanent Opposite
Wave: Right Angle
MIN: 0.7
MAX: 0.9

Each pump is set to 0% & 100%.

http://content.screencast.com/users/marco_p/folders/Snagit/media/2e6d09e5-5b70-40a7-9f18-554516dc8caf/07.18.2016-15.35.png

herbklee
07/18/2016, 08:35 PM
Setit up as recommended,but pumps now just stay off even though ghl control center shows the voltages alternating between the 2 pumps


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ReefClownMIA
07/18/2016, 09:12 PM
Setit up as recommended,but pumps now just stay off even though ghl control center shows the voltages alternating between the 2 pumps


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Make sure you assign the L# channels to the Stream Pump # - where# is the same as what you chose in your Stream Group.

In my case,
I'm using:

L1/L2 is the physical port on the ProfiLux
In 'System -> 0-10v Interface': L1 & L2 = Pump 1 & Pump 2
In 'Extras -> Stream Group 1': I assigned Pump 1 & Pump 2



http://content.screencast.com/users/marco_p/folders/Snagit/media/4b56daf5-196f-4aea-ad45-fdcf98dd6ede/07.18.2016-23.12.png

http://content.screencast.com/users/marco_p/folders/Snagit/media/5567bd2b-7b1f-411b-8f2d-0dc2ed1b23fb/07.18.2016-23.06.png

07/19/2016, 11:35 AM
Setit up as recommended,but pumps now just stay off even though ghl control center shows the voltages alternating between the 2 pumps

Please let us know if you have any further trouble setting up the wave in your tank.

07/24/2016, 01:25 PM
Setit up as recommended,but pumps now just stay off even though ghl control center shows the voltages alternating between the 2 pumps


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Were you able to get the alternating wave going with the instructions provided?

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