7 reasons you will love your Seneye, and how it can save your fish
Ever experience a filter stop working, a heater fail, your aquarium leak, or your coral die due to bad lighting? ...a seneye device monitors your fish tank to help ensure your fish thrive and your corals grow.
1.Easy to use
Everyone knows that testing your water using traditional methods is a pain, no one wants to spend hours doing tests and recording the results, but we know it should be done to ensure our fish stay healthy. The seneye device removes all this effort, simply drop the device into your aquarium and attach it to your PC, it’s that easy.
2. Reliable & accurate
The seneye forecast engine analyses and interprets the data from the seneye device and processes this into valuable information which can be understood. The resulting information serves as a basis for predictions, alerts and actionable advice, which can be accessed via a host of different internet-enabled devices, including your web browser, iphone, ipad and android smartphones
3. Constantly monitoring
Simply leave it in your pond or fish tank. The seneye device is designed to remain constantly submersed, the results from the tests are fed directly into the online seneye cloud where the results are analysed by our exclusive system.
4. Convenient & suitable alerts
Find out if there is a problem wherever you are... The seneye system can alert you via flashing lights on the device but if you aren’t next to your aquarium or pond these alerts aren’t suitable. With a seneye device you can see your results via the dedicated mobile site.
5. Early warnings - before fish death
Seneye offers the worlds most advanced early warning system for life-critical parameters. We don’t just alert you when things are critical but can give advanced warnings so you have time to fix the problem. The seneye system is able to predict the changes in parameters by analysing the speed which the level change so alerts can be sent before the water becomes toxic.
6. Clear explanation of the problem
Your pH is 8.1… is that good or bad? It depends on the type of fish you are keeping, if you have a marine aquarium then 8.1 is OK but if you have a tropical aquarium that is going to be too high. We don’t just report the values we turn all the data collected into useful information that anyone can understand
7. Corrective advice
My levels are too high but what can I do? We don’t just tell you your ammonia is too high or your temperature is too low we explain how you can overcome this problem. In many cases this may be as simple as a water change but we will always give you impartial honest advice, just what you need for easy, successful fish keeping.