A Mount thermostatic heater with double suction cup holder
vertically in the aquarium, fixing it in a place where
water flow is brisk (filter outlets/ vents) so that the warmed water can be equally distributed in the tank.
Risk of overheating: Water level must never be be-low minimum mark
on the housing. Max. immersion depth
• Before you start, set the heater in the aquarium water for 20-30 minutes without plugging it. • Check device for da-
mage • Fix suction cups
to double suction cup holder
and clip onto heater (not inside the heating zone and
close to the indicator lamp) • Mount thermostatic heater with double suction cup holder
vertically in the aquarium,
fixing it in a place where water flow is brisk (filter outlets/ vents) • Set temperature • Do not insert the power plug
yet! Caution: Do not use the unsecured heater in the Aquarium!
B Setting temperature: In an already installed / filled Aquarium, pull the power plug. Turn the temperature sel-
to the desired temperature. Insert the power plug. “Red light”
= heater in operation
Recalibration: If, after a day or two in operation the setting scale does not correspond to the water temperature,
follow the following procedure to recalibrate the heater: • Switch off the heater and unplug it from the mains supply
• Measure the water temperature with an accurate thermometer • Turn indicator arrow (red)
to point to the mea-
sured temperature • Set the desired tank temperature with the temperature selector ring (blue)
. • Insert the power plug.
2.4 Heater installation
The thermometer can be mounted optionally in the cover (Aquastar 54 LED) or with the help of a supplied suction pad.
2.6 Thermometer Installation
2.5 Installing light cover
filter on the side wall of the tank in a corner area; here this can be later best “covered” by plants.
Output nozzle with diffusor, ±90° rotatable
Air regulating valve
2 x clips.
B Insert the 4 suction cups on the reverse side of the filter and attach device to the interior wall of the aquarium.
C On the rear of the motor housing there is a groove for the cable, which allows for 3 different cable laying possi-
bilities. The 2 included clips are for closing the unused apertures, to prevent fry or small fish from getting trapped
D The opening of the output nozzle should be placed min. 1cm (0.4 in.) below the water surface in order to achieve
good surface movement and optimum water circulation.
E After installation in the aquarium, the filter can be operated by connecting to the mains plug.
By pulling out or pushing in the output nozzle, the performance of the pump can be regulated for maximum or
minimum efficiency. The flow direction can be set within a range of ±90°.
F For additional oxygen enrichment, the enclosed air regulation valve can be used: push in the output nozzle and at-
tach the air hose with the air regulating valve. By turning the valve the quantity of air can be regulat-
G Do not insert the plug connection yet!
A Place the frame on the aquarium and lay the cable of the inner filter and heater through the cable opening
B The thermometer can be optionally inserted in the fixture or be fixed by means of a suction cup
C Place LED lights in the bracket.
During maintenance and care work the LED lights can also be placed in the reverse bracket in the Aquarium.
The permanent operation in the reverse system in a closed cover is not permitted!
D Lay the cable of the LED in the provided cable channel and fix under the latching
E - F Place the cover in the frames
G Open /close the cover
H For the use of an automatic feeding machine the grip plate may be removed.