Heater fail safe - Thermo switching plug?

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david_bikeguy
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Heater fail safe - Thermo switching plug?

Postby david_bikeguy » Wed May 17, 2017 11:43 am

Had a lucky escape this morning finding my 200l tank at 36 degrees due to the thermostat in the Hydor inline heater failing.

So i am after some sort of Thermometer that can kill the power to a plug if an upper limit is reached.
What's available?

Cheers

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aquatic finatic
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Re: Heater fail safe - Thermo switching plug?

Postby aquatic finatic » Wed May 24, 2017 7:24 am

Hi therer David, sounds like you were very lucky :) not sure what you are looking for is out there but if you do find something let us know so we can share it with the next person.
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Re: Heater fail safe - Thermo switching plug?

Postby aquatic finatic » Wed May 24, 2017 4:52 pm

That looks like it should work daz, not cheap though :( what do you think david?
Corys, plecos, Guppy, Killiifish, Gourami, Angels, Rams, Cherry shrimp, Apple snails, assassin snails, Endlers, Haps, Malawis, Dwarf Cichlids Ottos, Dannios, Loaches, Kribs. Maybe it's time to move some of these guys on.. Nah as they say more is better :D

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Re: Heater fail safe - Thermo switching plug?

Postby daz4321 » Wed May 24, 2017 6:04 pm

not long spending £40 on replacing cooked fish.....


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