Sounds the Controller Makes and Decoding Issues

Above is the sound the Controller makes when power is connected and both sensors are connected correctly and the levels are good.

Above is the sound the Controller makes when power is connected and both sensors are connected correctly and the nutrient tank is low.

Above is the sound the Controller makes when the nutrient sensor is not connected. Check the wiring at the controller.

Above is the sound the Controller makes when the nutrient sensor is just getting submerged (wet). This is normal when filling up the nutrient tank.

Above is the sound the Controller makes when the nutrient sensor is pulled up the nutrient tank and then re-submerged. This is useful for testing.

Above is the sound the Controller makes when the nutrient sensor is just getting above the nutrient (Nutrient is too low)). This is an alarm for the nutrient tank.

Above is the sound the Controller makes when the bed level sensor is not connected. Check the wiring at the controller.

Above is the sound the Controller makes when the bed is not filling in time. Check the pump, tubing,  and the wiring at the controller. Also know that using more than one pump (or a larger pump) with only the AC adapter for power will not work. You must add a battery to the controller.

Above is the sound the Controller makes when the bed level sensor is just getting wet. The bed level sensor detected water. The pump should turn off. The bed will drain back into the nutrient tank.

Above is the sound the Controller makes when the bed level sensor is just getting wet. The bed level sensor detected water. The pump should turn off. The bed will drain back into the nutrient tank. When the water level in the bed drops the second part of this sound occurs.

Above is the sound the Controller makes when the bed level sensor is just detecting the water level dropping. Expect bubble sounds after the bed drains fully.

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