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Jebao DC WaveMaker control

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So who still uses them, and how do you control ? I have one I got from a vendor here a few years ago and it still works but the light sensor never really worked well so it runs most of the time on high. I would like to control it or at the least find a new light sensor. Can my rk lite control it with the pump module and apc? If it will, could it let me customize how it runs like wave, random modes, etc? I don't have the pump module or apc but am considering. Is it really worth the cost? I may also use it to Control my Speedway DC return pump but am unsure. Let me know what you know?
 
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Speedway 2640 dc, and Jebao wp 40. The wp40 is good but without the light sensor it runs at high all the time. Gonna see if I can find one. The Speedwave is return so it runs all the time at whatever output I set it on. I may not really need a pump controller but curious as to what others may do.
 
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New light sensor working well. Wp40 accompanied with the MP40, puts reasonable flow into the tank(180 gal). Ill stay with these for now.
 
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One on each side. Return flow is minimal, so these two pumps provide the 'movement' in the tank. Should be enough I think?
 
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