Category Archive: Monitoring and Control

Apr 21

Monitoring and Control article in Agri Kultuur online magazine

For those of you interested in reading about monitoring and control systems for aquaculture, please take a look at the article we wrote in the February edition of the Agri Kultuur online magazine. (Click the link to view the article – go to page 12 of the magazine). Enjoy.

Dec 11

Freestate Province Community Catfish Farm

We have had a busy year up in the Freestate doing some upgrading of catfish facilities built for the Department of Agriculture some years back. There are six different projects situated in an arc that runs from Pertrusburg through Koffiefontein, Fauresmith, Springfontein, Bethuli and Zastron. We started with our work about a year ago. Its …

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Nov 06

Remote solar powered water quality monitoring system

  The Deep Blue Aqua Wireless Monitoring Unit makes it easy to measure dissolved oxygen (DO), temperature & pH in remote areas where there isn’t any power. The Unit is very easy to operate – just place it and start logging. The unit comes standard with its own solar power supply and hence can be …

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Apr 16

GSM Control Systems for Aquaculture

We do a range of control systems for aquaculture, but here is something simple that can be used for basic control of your pumps on an aquaculture system, a bore hole pump or even a koi pond filter system. On these systems we make use of a GSM Commander unit (we are an authorised, trained …

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Jan 31

Monitoring and Control App for your Mobile Device

Just following on from my earlier post regarding monitoring and control systems – what would life be without being able to view your real-time data on your mobile device! You can view your real-time readings using an App on your mobile device. Whether its 2am in the morning or you are just away from the …

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Jan 31

Monitoring and Control in aquaculture

Aquaculture is a 24 / 7 / 365 game. Not that much room for error. When things go wrong you need to know pretty swiftly. With some species and systems you have a couple of hours, with others its counted in minutes. There are a variety of parameters you could/should be monitoring, perhaps the most …

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