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Photo 1 pole cam
Photo 2 & 3 Science in the sea display inluding pole cam and ROV (both can be removed and used!!!)
Photo 4 display board which will be linked to an ipad, which will give info about each panel
Yes it's pretty neat although we have a temp issue, it's not well ventilated and the air temps have been getting up to 32 (89.6 F) Celsius (remember Dunedin is faaaaaaar South 20 (68F) Celsius is a hot day for us!) We're trying to run the tank at 25 C (77F) but the poor chiller has to work very hard! Being a childrens ward we're not allowed to leave the door open while we work! It'll be nice in the winter tho'
Have you tried running fans to evaporate water? It will make the room somewhat more damp (so rust can be a problem if there are any exposed screws or other rustable metal) but I do get several degrees of cooling using very small fans over my sumps.