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Senect GmbH of Landau, Germany has developed aquaculture control technology which measures water parameters and controls processes - combined with online access and alarming on smartphone, tablet or PC.


May 28, 2017
By Erich Luening
Senect GmbH has developed aquaculture control technology which measures water parameters and controls processes online from a smartphone

The control units are equipped with universal sensor input – and actuator output ports for low-voltage devices like feeders, signal-controlled devices like pumps, or mains voltage devices.

According to Senect installation is straightforward with modular, decentralized architecture that allows use of several control units for building up a complete control system for entire fish farms.

“The information from the individual control units is transferred wirelessly via WLAN and many units can be combined in one software app for a fast overview – anywhere you are,”  notes a press release from the company.

Some features include:

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  • Sensor-controlled aeration, drum filter- or feeder control.
  • Multiple functions with one unit, e.g. monitoring oxygen and controlling drum filters.
  • Intelligent control algorithms for decreasing water, feed – or energy consumption.
  • Easy installation and operation.
  • Online monitoring and alarming.

For more information go to: www.senect.de


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