Best Aquarium Heater For Homebrew in 2021
Inkbird ITC308S Temperature Controller for Aquarium with Submersible Probe, Heating Cooling Outlets Thermostat for Heater and Cooling Fans
- Temperature Control Mode: On/Off Control. Cooling and Heating control.
- Fully submersible probe. Aquarium probe works better in water than standard probe.
- Temperature calibration; Over-temperature and sensor fault alarm. Dual display window, be able to display measured temperature and set temperature at the same time.
- Maximum output load: 1200W (110V).
- It's an all in one, simple solution providing control of cooling and heating.
KETOTEK KT4000 Digital Temperature Controller Outlet Thermostat, 2 Stage Heating and Cooling Mode US Plug 1100W with Sensor for Homebrew, Aquarium, Incubator, Pet Breeding, Reptiles
- DUAL RELAY OUTPUT AND TWO TEMPERATURE SETPOINT. Can be connected with refrigeration and heating equipment at the same time. One setpoint for heating and one for cooling. Automatic conversion of cooling and heating. Maximum output load 1100W ( 110V)
- BLUE BACK LIGHT LCD SCREEN WITH EXTRA SMALL ICONS DISPLAYING. Display can be saw clearly at night or under strong light. And the working state of temperature controller can be clearly known that it is heating, cooling, temperature alarming or none.
- GREAT SENSOR WITH HIGH SENSITIVITY UNDER 1℉ ACCURACY. It can quickly identify the real-time temperature, no matter temperature is in rising or dropping, for reducing accumulated temperature error after equipment stopped. The thermostat sensor is waterproof and made from plastic, it can work well in humid conditions without rusting.
- SECURE POWER CABLE. Double insulated wire with pure copper core and anti-flaming insulator, it is hard to be hot, safe and durable.
- USEFUL ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS. Temperature calibration, cooling delayed, over-temperature and sensor fault alarm. To avoid displaying the wrong temperature, refrigerator damaged and temperature exceeded.
Inkbird Thermostat ITC310TB Temperature Timer Controller Outlet Replaceable NTC Probe 1200W 110V Digital Dual Stage Reptile Greenhouse Freezer Aquarium Heater Cooler Heating Cooling Plug
- 12 different temperatures in 12 different periods of time, and the timers will start when the setpoint temperature is reached.
- Dual relay output, be able to connect with refrigeration and heating equipment at the same time.
- ℃ / ℉ Display can be chosen, easy to set your parameters.
- Maximum output load: 1200W(110V). Over-temperature and sensor fault alarm.
- Accurate displays, thermostatic function and temperature calibration.
Inkbird ITC-306T 10A 1200Watts Digital Temperature Controller, Aquarium Temperature Thermostat for Heater with Day Night Control Aquarium Sensor ONLY 2 Heating Outlets
- 🐠【Aquarium Probe 】The Heating temperature controller comes with Corrosion Resistant Probe, perfect for saltwater & planted tank; «Plug and play design »Support Centigrade or Fahrenheit reading.
- 🐠【Dual Display Windows】The digital temperature controller could display the mesaure temperature and seting temperature simultaneously
- 🐠【Heating controllers】 NOTE that it is a ON/OFF Heating Controller. Both of outlets are only for heater devices, which be able to connect Two Heaters at the same time but totally load could not over 1200W.
- 🐠【Day and Night Control 】This temperature controller is with dual time cycle.Support to separate the two temperature ranges from day and night on the basis of the physical needs and environment, much easier to plant and animals growing.
- 🐠【Calibration and Delayed protection 】 The themp calibration is allowed and the Delayed protection will be help you to better control the temp. Over-temperature Alarm and sensor fault Alarm are easier for you to maintain the Temp. «12 Months Warranty On Temperature Controller »Maximum output: 1200W (110V).
Ripley's Aquarium in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Ripley's Aquarium has 87,000 square-foot aquarium experiences that await you and your family.
Throughout the tunnel there are other exhibits you can side-step to without missing a thing. There is Ray Bay; a variety of rays (Cownose Ray, Atlantic Stingray, Eagle Ray and Leopard sharks) from different viewing levels and even a bench where you can just sit back and enjoy their gliding grace.
Friendship Flats is a shallow lagoon where you can touch the rays; an attendant is there to encourage you to gently touch the rays and to ensure the safety of little ones and the rays themselves. I was thrilled with the experience.
Rainbow Rock offers a stunning view of thousands of brilliantly colored Pacific fishes from Hawaii, Australia and the Indian Ocean through an acrylic window. I don't even know if stunning is the accurate description. Anthias are brilliant neon pink, purple, blue, yellow, yellow/orange, purple/pink; an absolutely beautiful exhibit to stop and admire. It isn't just the Anthias that catch your attention, the yellow, black and white Butterflyfish are beautiful with their large prominent false eyespot on their tails and pointed features with a thick black stripe across their face.
Then there is the freshwater Rio Amazon exhibit with piranhas and other exotic species belonging to the rain forest; a Pacific Giant Octopus, sea anemones, living corals, arrow crab, jellyfish and the leafy sea dragons are the stars in the Living Gallery.
At the Discovery Center you can hold a horseshoe crab. The attendant is eager to answer any of your questions or be entertained by watching the Porcupine and Puffer fish with their unusual appearance in the cyclinder shaped aquarium a few feet away.
Approximately 25,000 species of fish exist and represent fifty percent of all vertebrate species; they outnumber all mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians combined, being the most diverse of the vertebrates, coming in every shape, size and color you can imagine. The aquarium gives you an ample taste of the diversity.
When you first enter the aquarium, you are greeted by a photographer who offers to take a picture of you and your family in front of a small aquarium; your photo will be ready in thirty minutes, of course you lose track of time as you begin to explore all the wonderful exhibits.
An interesting adventure for the family is a sleepover called Sleep with the Sharks; a camp-out in the Dangerous Reef Tunnel. What an opportunity to be up close and personal with stingrays and a variety of sharks. The evening isn't just about lying in your sleeping bag watching the sharks swim above your head; although I would be content with that alone, but I'm sure my grandsons would be going nuts. The organizers plan an aquarium scavenger hunt, a late night snack and a continental breakfast, a self-guided aquarium tour and an educational presentation. You will be asked to bring a white t-shirt to "Fish print" on, a sleeping bag, a pillow and if desired, a pad or air mattress and one chaperone per ten participants. For reservations, call 1-800-734-8888, ext.226.
The Aquariums goal is to provide environmental education, conservation, and research because the more we learn the more we will take of our oceans.
Aquarium hours: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Sunday through Thursday
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Friday and Saturday
Tickets are as follows: Adults (12 and older) $17.99, Children (5-11) $9.99, Children (2-4) $3.99. These prices include dive shows, marine science presentations and their special exhibition hall.