How to Safely Raise the pH in an Aquarium

Successfully maintaining your aquarium water pH should be enough to qualify anyone for some sort of aqua-science degree. Instead, you get the benefit of watching your fish stay healthy and vibrant. In all seriousness though, tank management is tough stuff sometimes. Raising your pH, lowering your pH, and the basic attempt to maintain a consistent

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Hydroponic Water Testing Basics: Maintaining a Healthy Garden

Known to be easy on space and environment, hydroponics is a fantastic growing method. It has been touted as a more of a “hipster” approach to vegetable farming versus the traditional soil-based garden culture. However, despite the cool factor, hydroponic farming tends to scare a few people away because of the difficulty associated with water

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Aquaponics Success Through Water Quality Testing

The practice of aquaponics is about attending to the delicate balance between plant life and aquatic species occupying the same hydrospace. Anyone who has ever maintained their own fish tank understands the depth of care that goes into keeping the water just right. In nature, the biological elements are designed to comingle together effortlessly resulting

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How to Control Water Flow Using Water Flow Regulators

Water this and water that, almost all functions of the natural and man-made world connect to water as an essential resource. Whether it is a lake day in the summer sun or a wastewater treatment plant, water is flowing back and forth, dirty and clean, vapor to rain, in a constant cycle that becomes ever

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The Benefits of Ozonated Water and Its Applications

Ozonated water is not a term you hear often. It makes one think of the ozone layer, and there are only a few among us who have heard of ozone water therapy or have asked their dentist what water they use for mouth rinses. It turns out that ozonated water is believed to be the

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Free vs. Combined vs. Total Chlorine: What’s the Difference?

Chlorine is a chemical element that belongs to the family of halogens. It is an extremely effective disinfectant as it can kill disease-causing bacteria and viruses, along with microorganisms that live in water, such as algae. Water chlorination has become common practice to prevent the spread of waterborne diseases, and chlorine is routinely added to

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Connecting an Atlas Scientific CO2 Sensor to a Raspberry Pi 4.0

In this tutorial, we will show you how to connect an Atlas Scientific EZO-CO2™ Embedded NDIR Carbon Dioxide Sensor to a Raspberry Pi 4.0. There are multiple ways to connect an Atlas Scientific sensor to a Raspberry Pi. Today, we will be following a wiring diagram that will get the CO2 sensor running in UART

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How Does A pH Probe Work?

pH probes contain two electrodes (a sensor electrode and a reference electrode) that measure the hydrogen-ion activity in a solution. The exchange of ions generates …

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What is a Temperature Sensor?

Temperature sensors are a device used in our everyday lives to measure the temperature of the air, a liquid, and solid matter in a wide …

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How Does CO2 Affect pH In Water?

The amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) in a solution is one of the many factors that determines the pH of water. As pH levels fluctuate …

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How Do Temperature Sensors Work?

Temperature sensors work by providing readings via electrical signals. Sensors are composed of two metals that generate an electrical voltage or resistance when a temperature …

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How to Easily Connect a pH Sensor to a Raspberry Pi

In this tutorial we will show you how to easily connect an Atlas Scientific EZO-pH™ Circuit to a Raspberry Pi. There are multiple ways to …

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What Are The 6 Main Indicators Of Water Quality

Water quality is often described by different indicators such as temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, total dissolved solids, conductivity, suspended sediment, nutrients, metals, hydrocarbons, and industrial …

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