Aquaculture water quality monitoring parameters
The smart aquaculture system can monitor the dissolved oxygen, temperature and other data in the water in real time through real-time detection of various values and remote control equipment. Once it exceeds the standard, it will automatically start oxygenation pumps, water pumps and other equipment for intelligent management. Judging by human experience, scientific and correct monitoring is adopted to promote the development of efficient, ecological and safe modern aquaculture.
The smart aquaculture system is mainly to detect the water quality parameters of aquaculture. As long as the water environment is balanced, aquaculture is more than half successful.
- Environmental monitoring of aquaculture waters
(1) Temperature monitoring
Temperature is one of the important environmental factors that affect aquaculture, including the temperature of the water inlet, the temperature in the pond, and the temperature of the air in the farm. According to experience, in a suitable water temperature range: 1) The higher the water temperature, the greater the fish intake and the faster growth; 2) the higher the water temperature, the shorter the incubation time. Calculating the proper water temperature plays an important role in the growth of fish. The Internet of Things monitoring system can monitor the temperature of the aquaculture waters 24 hours a day. When the temperature is higher or lower than the set range, the system automatically alarms and sends the scene situation to the user's mobile phone via SMS, and the monitoring interface pops up an alarm message. The user can automatically turn on the water temperature control device through resetting, and the system will automatically shut down when the water temperature returns to the normal value.
(2) Light detection
The length and strength of the light determines the reproduction cycle and production quality of fish growth. The light system will automatically calculate the length of light required by the fish during aquaculture and whether it is necessary to open and close the skylight.
- Water quality monitoring of breeding waters
(1) PH value monitoring
If the pH value is too low, the water body will be acidic, which will cause fish gill disease, reduce the utilization of oxygen, cause fish disease or proliferation of bacteria in the water. The system is equipped with a PH value test probe. When the PH value of the water body exceeds the normal range, the nozzle valve is automatically opened to change the water.
(2) Dissolved oxygen monitoring
The content of dissolved oxygen is related to fish appetite, feed utilization rate, fish growth and development speed, etc. When the dissolved oxygen content of the water body decreases, the system will automatically turn on the aeration pump to increase oxygen.
(3) Monitoring of ammonia nitrogen content
The ammonia nitrogen in aquaculture ponds comes from bait, aquatic animal excrement, fertilizer and animal carcass decomposition, etc. The high ammonia nitrogen content will affect the growth of fish, and if it is too high, it will cause fish poisoning and death, and bring significant losses to production. The system monitors the ammonia nitrogen content, and when it exceeds the normal value range, it is necessary to clean or change the water in the breeding area.
Aquaculture water quality monitoring parameters also include turbidity, dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll, blue-green algae and other parameters, which can be customized according to user needs.