The Comline® Wavebox 6208 is a wave generator for small and medium-sized tanks from 150 to 800 liters (40 - 211 USgal.). It is easy to use, elegant and small. The Comline® Wavebox 6208 uses Turbelle® nanostream® 6055 and its very compact dimensions enable hidden installation in aquariums. The integrated Magnet Holder enables easy attachment anywhere in the aquarium up to a pane thickness of 15 mm (1/2").
for aquariums from 150 to 800 liters
Immersion depth: approx. 230 mm (9.1 in.)
Energy consumption: average 10 W
Power supply unit: 100-240V / 50-60Hz
Dimensions (L x W x H): 110 x 90 x 255 mm (4.3 x 3.5 x 10 in.)
Magnet Holder up to a glass thickness of 15 mm (1/2").
The TUNZE® Comline® Wavebox 6214 is a wave generator for aquariums from 400 to 1,400 liters (105 to 370 USgal.), depending on the type of the aquarium and on the decoration. The compact sizeallows discrete mounting in the corner of the aquarium. Comline® Wavebox 6214 is operating with a Turbelle® stream and a controller. Emission of vibrations to the glass pane is avoided by the attached silicone buffers of the Wavebox.The embedded Magnet Holder allows the simple mounting of the Wavebox everywhere inside aquariums with glass panes up to a thickness of 19 mm (3/4").
for aquariums from 400 to 1,400 liters (106 to 370 USgal.)
Immersion depth: 255 to 285 mm (10 - 11 in.)
Energy consumption: average 26 W at 24 V
Power supply unit: 100-240V / 50-60Hz,
Dimensions with Magnet Holder (L x W x H): 140 x 110 x 300 mm (5.5 x 4.3 x 12 in.)
Silence Magnet Holder up to a glass thickness of 19 mm (3/4").
Given a single wave, the water level varies only very little in the centre of the aquarium (relative to the longitudinal axis). If and when possible, this zone should be used for the outlet and inlet. The greater the distance from this zone, the higher the difference in water level. TUNZE® outlets can withstand such variations without any problems, but they may cause noise.
Given an aquarium of two metres (78 in.) in length, a double wave can be produced. In order to get an indication for this frequency, the resonance frequency of single wave has to be divided by two. However, this can be achieved by means of the bigger Wavebox only.
Wavebox can also be integrated in an aquarium with Turbelle® pumps. The circular current of the Turbelle® and the washing of the waves produced by the Wavebox superimpose each other and result in a strongly pulsating circular current for reef top biotopes, for example.
Two Waveboxes can be placed in opposite corners of the tank; in this case they will operate alternatingly: When one Wavebox operates, the other is switched off, et cetera; Wavecontroller 7092 is used to control the entire system.