Section dedicated to video tutorials, constantly updated.
Note: The videos made and published in this section are live and are made, given the impossibility at the time of contacting professionals, in a artisanal. However, trusting in their usefulness, we apologize to the user for the not excellent quality.
This introductory video highlights the constituent parts of the various kits and gives a general description of the aquaGo system.
Explanation of the events and example of programming a level control.
In this video we explain in detail the basic operating logic of the controller, with particular attention to the events , the heart of the system, and the programming of logical associations. The aquaGo controller bases its operation on so-called entry events . An event is essentially something that happens , and therefore by definition a change of state of any of the various connected peripherals (sensors, users, units). It is for example an event that a level sensor stop to detect the presence of water, it is not the fact that the sensor itself do not detect water . In other words, the event is the change between I detect water And I do not detect water, not the very fact of detecting it or not.
Management of utilities and logical connections
Configuration of the users and programming of the logical connections between different sockets. Explanation of the differences between users active , deactivate , and turned off (forcibly) .
With active user means a user to which power is supplied, with user deactivated on the other hand, we mean a user which is not supplied with power. The aquaGo controller provides a third possible configuration: utility off . The difference, explained in this video together with the configuration of the logical connection between the users, lies in the fact that an output (synonym of user) that is deactivate , it can be activated by the controller at any time if the internal programming requires it. A user that is instead switched off , it will no longer be activated by the logic without prior intervention by the user.
Using the aquaGo controller home screen
This video shows the functionalities of the initial screen of the aquaGo controller, which allows the configuration of the display of the various sensors and the various utilities and also provides some convenient "short paths" to reach the logical configuration of the device.
Temperature and PH regulation
Setting of utilities and hysteresis intervals for configuring the regulations.
In this video we explain how the aquaGo controller addresses the problem of temperature regulation (and, ultimately, also of PH). The regulation takes place with the control of up to 3 users with "gray area" (area in which no users are involved) and three different hysteresis deltas.
PH probe calibration procedure
Video showing how to calibrate the PH probe in the aquaGo system.
Maximum user time
Setting the maximum time event of the users
Explanation and programming of the event of maximum time of users.
Configuration of Dosometrics, timings and water / feeding change programs
The aquaGo controller provides numerous accessory features. This video explains three of them: the management of the dosometric pumps, the timings and the water / feeding change programs.
Using the report screen
This video explains how to use the screen accessed by pressing the "Report" label at the bottom of the main menu. The screen summarizes the programming and therefore allows you to easily check what has been done and correct any configuration errors, always lurking even for expert users (in fact, as you will see in the video, I myself make a programming mistake and I realize it, in direct, via the report screen).
GSM alarms and configuration
This video explains the configuration of the alarms that the controller can send via the GSM network. AquaGo it is able to warn the user of the activation of an event both by SMS and by voice call, thus ensuring the effective delivery of the message.
AquaGo controller update
Download the new software version to the controller
In this short video we see what are the steps to follow to perform the system update.
Descriptive video of the changes introduced in version 1.15
Description of the changes included in version 1.15. It also contains some important explanations on the functioning of GSM and on the alarm behavior of the AquaGo controller.
Version 1.20 and wifiGo
What's new in version 1.20
WifiGo - setup and use
Description of the changes included in version 1.20.
Description of WifiGo setup modes
Registration to the wifiGo server