Seneye Aquarium Monitors; Why Monitoring Ammonia is Important

As expected, MACNA 2016 in San Diego, delivered another crop of new and innovative products into the aquarium market. There were so many exciting products on display and we look forward to reviewing many of them for you in coming days and weeks. We wanted to start with one of our favorites, the Seneye Reef Monitoring System and PAR Meter.   Seneye’s owner and founder, Matt Stevenson, is an avid supporter of MACNA, the aquarium industry and hobbyists.  As one of the supporters of AquaNerd, Matt was kind enough to give us a personal demonstration of the functions and features of Seneye’s exciting new product. We have watched with keen interest as Seneye has become recognized and popular among aquarists around the world. So what’s so unique about

Latest Advancements in Aquarium Tech

Innovators and entrepreneurs are always busy finding ways to tweak, streamline and improve existing technologies. And while this kind of progress is most obvious in the world of computers, smart phones and cars, aquariums come with their fair share of gadgets too. If you love to stay up-to-date on the coolest new trends, here’s a look at some of the latest advancements in aquarium tech, from simple but effective gadgets to sophisticated sensors and machines. Mess-Free Feeding Feeding by hand is not hard, but it can be messy, especially if you are feeding your fish on the run and don’t have time to stop to wash the fishy smell off your hands before heading off to work. If this describes your life, you’d

SWS Seneye Web Server

After testing the Seneye Web Server for several months, I must tell you that I am impressed! As you already know, each Seneye sensor (review) needs to be connected to a computer in order to...