The DŌS is a multi-purpose Dosing and Fluid Metering System. The DŌS connects to any Apex via its AquaBus connection. The true versatility and functionality of the DŌS comes to life via the software wizards built into Apex Fusion. This takes dosing to a whole new level in terms of ease of use as well as functionality when compared to standalone dosing systems because the DŌS is part of your Apex ecosystem. Not only can you integrate it into other operations and devices you have configured, but we also will be continuing to expand on its capabilities as time goes on via software updates to Apex Fusion.
This attractive fluid containment system stores your dosing fluids in style and tells you when it’s time to refill! Each side stores two liters (2L) of fluid Connects directly to your DŌS Optical sensors inform your APEX when levels are low Strong, cast-acrylic construction Low-profile – won’t easily tip over Easy to refill Push-fit tubing connections Use for 2-part (Alk/Cal), additives and other applications.
The Neptune Trident is an automated testing system that regularly tests alkalinity, calcium, and magnesium in your saltwater aquarium. The Neptune Trident then communicates this information to your Neptune Apex so you can get alerts, and change your dosing. When combined with the Neptune DOS (available separately) it creates a fully automated system for the proper dosing of supplements, maintaining them at consistent levels.
- Alkalinity Precision – +/-.05 dKh
- Calcium Precision – +/-15 ppm
- Magnesium Precision – +/-15 ppm
- Testing Time – Around 7 minutes per test
- Sample Water Required – Around 8mL per test
- Max Head – Must be less than 4′ from the water sample
- What’s Included?
- 1x Trident System
- 1x 1Link Cable
- 5′ Black Sample Tubing
- 5′ Clear Waste Tubing
- 1x 2-Month Reagent Supply*
*The included reagent is the actual 2-month reagent kit, however with initial setup of the Trident, a small amount of reagent will be used, which will result in about 45 days of reagent remaining (which can vary depending on how many times a day you test).