Low Profile Leak Detection Probe



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This slim probe is designed to be placed underneath your carpet, stand or any other device.  Connects to the FMM module that is included in our FMK, ATK, and LDK Kits.
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Leak Detection probe: A leak or overflow may be one of the probes most catastrophic aquarium mishaps. When a tank overflows or a piece of equipment leaks, the damage can be severe, especially if the tank is surrounded by fine floors. With the Neptune , the ALD module can be connected directly to any Apex Controller and can notify you of any potential leaks by carefully positioning the probes around the stand, sump, and tank. Low-profile probe from Neptune Systems to be used with the Advanced Leak Detection Module: ALD Slips under carpet easily Low-profile design for simple concealment use a modular RJ11 connection to plug into the ALD
0.4 lbs
4.5 × 7 × 0.75 in


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