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    Quote Originally Posted by vhuang168 View Post
    What is the name of the profile EXACTLY!?!

    Screen shot of the profile page would help
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    Here are screenshots of the profiles as well as current programming. Any idea why I can't just simply swap the profile name for the "1" that is currently in there?





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    That is not a profile. That is a scheme.

    Hence you cannot use it in an If Feed statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vhuang168 View Post
    That is not a profile. That is a scheme.

    Hence you cannot use it in an If Feed statement.
    Ok, that makes sense.

    So would a profile be like malibu, maverics, pipeline, etc?

    If so, what would the programming look like if you want to run Feed Mode A as Malibu at 1%?

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    Profiles are found here






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    Quote Originally Posted by deputydog95 View Post
    Here are screenshots of the profiles as well as current programming. Any idea why I can't just simply swap the profile name for the "1" that is currently in there?





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    Those are schemes not profiles. Profiles are in the folder icon.

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    Thanks for the info guys.

    I went ahead and looked in the profiles section in my fusion panel.

    Is it normal to have 32 profiles already in there, all labeled as "pump"?


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    Quote Originally Posted by deputydog95 View Post
    Thanks for the info guys.

    I went ahead and looked in the profiles section in my fusion panel.

    Is it normal to have 32 profiles already in there, all labeled as "pump"?


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    Yes. Profiles already exist and you just rename and edit them. They are not added like a traditional outlet.

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    Success! It worked! And I learned something new. Thank you!

    What do you think is more calm at 1%? Constant or Malibu? I'm trying to create a feeding profile where I have minimal circulation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deputydog95 View Post
    Success! It worked! And I learned something new. Thank you!

    What do you think is more calm at 1%? Constant or Malibu? I'm trying to create a feeding profile where I have minimal circulation.
    All of them are the same at 1% except pipeline since they all effectively become 1% constant. Pipeline will pulse between OFF and 1%. I personally use a 5% pulse with a 0.5 second ON time, which varies between 2% and 5% every half a second.

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