Neptune Apex FMK

Neptune Apex FMK

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Neptune Apex Flow Monitoring Kit FMK

Kit Includes

FMM (Fluid Monitoring Module)

The FMM (Fluid Monitoring Module) is a module that connects to any Apex (Apex(2016), Apex Classic, Apex Lite, Apex Jr.) via it’s AquaBus port providing
four multi-function monitoring ports that can be used for flow sensors, water-level sensors, leak detections sensors and possibly future products as

1″ Flow Sensor (FS-100)

This flow sensor connects to the FMM, monitors the flow of water through the device, and then reports it back to your Apex via the FMM. This sensor
is most often used to measure the flow in the main return line of a standard-sized aquarium. The FS-100 will work with flow rates from 150-1500 gph.

Two 1/2″ Flow Sensors (FS-50)

This flow sensor connects to the FMM, monitors the flow of water through the device, and then reports it back to your Apex via the FMM. Two of these
are included in the FMK. These sensors are perfect for attaching to devices such as media reactors, biopellet reactors, etc. The FS-50 will work with
flow rates from 30-250 gph.

Two 1″ Unions

To connect your FS-100 Flow sensor, Neptune Systems has included in the FMK, two 1″ BSPT -> 1″ Slip PVC Unions.

Two 1/2″ Adapters

Measuring the flow of your aquarium’s main return pump is an incredibly useful piece of information. The key benefit would be to have the Apex notify
you the instant the flow stops for any reason — usually the result of a failed or faulty pump. Furthermore, an indication of a reduced flow rate
could be used to determine that the pump or the lines are dirty or are becoming clogged with algae, debris, animals, or the growth of organisms inside
your plumbing.

Auxiliary pumps on reactors and the like are very handy applications for the FMM. Place a flow sensor on a device like a carbon/gfo reactor and it
serves many purposes. First off, you will know if your pump is not on or is faulty. Next, you can easily fine-tune the flow into the reactor by watching
the dashboard tile on your Apex. Finally, you can know when the reactor is becoming clogged with detritus or possibly channeling has occurred by an
alert on your Apex or by monitoring your dashboard.

Put a flow sensor inline to your device, plug it in to the FMM, and see exactly the flow rate of the water (any aquarium fluid really) going through
that sensor. The industrial-grade flow sensors use either a turbine or paddle-wheel mechanism (depending on the model) to measure the flow.

With the FMK – Fluid Monitoring Kit you get one 1″ Flow Sensor and unions as well as two 1/2″ Flow Sensors with adapter fittings.

The FMK comes with three flow sensors but the FMM Module has a total of four ports. This means you have one port free to use for another purpose.
Buy an additional flow sensor (sold separately, available also in 2″ and 1/4″ sizes), optical sensor or leak detection sensor and add even more functionality!

The FMM has another trick up it’s sleeve. In addition to the four sensor ports, the FMM also has a 1Link DC24 accessory port and a power supply input.
This can be used to add another controllable outlet to your Apex set up. So, for instance, if you do want to set up your own ATO and attach Neptune
Systems` available PMUP or Solenoid Valve, you can do so. Simply add Neptune Systems` 36W 24V DC power supply and the PUMP or Solenoid Valve (sold