Your fish will stay happy and healthy in waters warmed with Aqueon Pro Heaters Submersible Aquarium Heaters. The Aqueon Pro aquarium water heater is an accurate and easy-to-set solution for your tank-heating needs. Simply calibrate the fish tank water heater (ranges from 68-88°F) and submerge. The electronic thermostat returns precise accurate temperature readings within +/-1°F. You can easily adjust the heater's setting with the calibration dial and easy-to-read temperature scale.
You will easily be able to tell whether or not your aquarium water heater is active with the color-coded indicator light. Aqueon Pro Heaters Submersible Aquarium Heaters feature a two-setting indicator: red light means your tank is being heated, and green light means it has reached your desired temperature.
The Aqueon Pro fish tank water heater combines both convenience with functionality. The fully submersible design lets you place it in your aquarium either vertically or horizontally to accommodate your unique setup. Use the included suction cups to secure the aquarium water heater to your tank wall once you are happy with its placement.
The long-lasting, precision performance of the Aqueon Pro is attributed to a combination of features including the shatterproof and nearly indestructible aluminum core. Aqueon Pro Heaters Submersible Aquarium Heaters feature no glass components and are covered entirely in thermal plastic to protect against damage and wear from extended use.
The Aqueon Pro fish tank water heater is available in a variety of wattages to suit different tank sizes. Be sure to find the one that is designed for your tank. These heaters are ideal for both freshwater and saltwater aquarium setups.
Attach suction cups: Remove sticker around power monitor light. Attach suction cups to heater. Attaching both suction cups will ensure proper positioning in your aquarium and will allow adequate water circulation around the heater for even heat distribution. Suction cups should be placed in the middle to upper portion of the heater.
Set heater temperature: Turn the adjustment knob until it corresponds to the desired aquarium temperature. As all aquariums vary, further adjustment may be required to maintain desired temperature.
Heater installation: Install heater in water filled aquarium. The heater works best when installed in the aquarium in the vertical position. The installation of the heater in this position requires that the aquarium must maintain a water level above the minimum water level on the heater. The heater can be installed in the aquarium in the horizontal position. The installation of the heater in this position requires that the heater be positioned fully submerged in water at all times.
Plug into electrical outlet: Allow for heater to be submerged in water for a minimum of 30 minutes prior to powering the appliance. Once heater has been mounted and submerged for the 30 minutes, plug the appliance into an electrical outlet. Once plugged in, the heater will automatically start working and the power monitor light will illuminate. A red light indicates the unit is heating and a green light indicates the unit has reached the set temperature.
Adjust temperature: Allwo the heater to run for 24 hours at the original setting prior to adjusting. Check the aquarium water with a reliable thermometer. Should the heater need to be adjusted from the original setting, slightly turn the adjustment knob + or - the number of degrees, as needed. Once adjusted wait 24 hours and repeat if necessary. Note: Do not overadjust the heater, this may cause harm to your aquarium inhabitants and environment. Make sure of the required temperature for your specific setup.
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