Neptune Apex - Probe Data

Ok I have an aquarium controller that will send back the below XML info when called. How would I take this info and turn it into a sensor? Trying to show Temp and PH readings.

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<status software="4.53_4D19" hardware="1.0">
<hostname>apex</hostname>
<serial>AC4:25400</serial>
<timezone>-6.00</timezone>
<date>02/22/2021 15:43:30</date>
<power><failed>02/07/2021 17:12:43</failed>
<restored>none</restored></power>
<probes>
<probe>
 <name>Tmp</name> <value>76.1 </value>
 <type>Temp</type></probe><probe>
 <name>pH</name> <value>8.00 </value>
 <type>pH</type></probe><probe>
 <name>CXph</name> <value>6.57 </value>
 <type>pH</type></probe><probe>
 <name>Amp_3</name> <value>1.2  </value>
 <type>Amps</type></probe><probe>
 <name>Tmpx4</name> <value>22.3 </value>
 <type>Temp</type></probe><probe>
 <name>Condx4</name> <value>33.6 </value>
 <type>Cond</type></probe></probes>
<outlets>
<outlet>
 <name>VarSpd1_I1</name>
 <outputID>0</outputID>
 <state>PF1</state>
 <deviceID>base_Var1</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>VarSpd2_I2</name>
 <outputID>1</outputID>
 <state>PF2</state>
 <deviceID>base_Var2</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>VarSpd3_I3</name>
 <outputID>2</outputID>
 <state>PF3</state>
 <deviceID>base_Var3</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>VarSpd4_I4</name>
 <outputID>3</outputID>
 <state>PF4</state>
 <deviceID>base_Var4</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>SndAlm_I6</name>
 <outputID>4</outputID>
 <state>AOF</state>
 <deviceID>base_Alarm</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>SndWrn_I7</name>
 <outputID>5</outputID>
 <state>AOF</state>
 <deviceID>base_Warn</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>EmailAlm_I5</name>
 <outputID>6</outputID>
 <state>AOF</state>
 <deviceID>base_email</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>MP40S_1</name>
 <outputID>7</outputID>
 <state>AON</state>
 <deviceID>3_1</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>HeatHigh</name>
 <outputID>8</outputID>
 <state>AOF</state>
 <deviceID>Cntl_A1</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>HeatLow</name>
 <outputID>9</outputID>
 <state>AOF</state>
 <deviceID>Cntl_A2</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>HeatMid</name>
 <outputID>10</outputID>
 <state>AOF</state>
 <deviceID>Cntl_A3</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>Pump2_A4</name>
 <outputID>11</outputID>
 <state>AOF</state>
 <deviceID>Cntl_A4</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>Heater_A5</name>
 <outputID>12</outputID>
 <state>ON</state>
 <deviceID>Cntl_A5</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>Chiller_A6</name>
 <outputID>13</outputID>
 <state>AOF</state>
 <deviceID>Cntl_A6</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>CO2_A7</name>
 <outputID>14</outputID>
 <state>AON</state>
 <deviceID>Cntl_A7</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>Ozone_A8</name>
 <outputID>15</outputID>
 <state>AOF</state>
 <deviceID>Cntl_A8</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>Heater3_2</name>
 <outputID>16</outputID>
 <state>AOF</state>
 <deviceID>3_2</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>Skimmer_3</name>
 <outputID>17</outputID>
 <state>AON</state>
 <deviceID>3_3</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>RTpump_4</name>
 <outputID>18</outputID>
 <state>AON</state>
 <deviceID>3_4</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>CxRx-5</name>
 <outputID>19</outputID>
 <state>AON</state>
 <deviceID>3_5</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>SumpLight</name>
 <outputID>20</outputID>
 <state>AON</state>
 <deviceID>3_6</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>ATO-Fill7</name>
 <outputID>21</outputID>
 <state>AOF</state>
 <deviceID>3_7</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>Algea_Scrub8</name>
 <outputID>22</outputID>
 <state>AON</state>
 <deviceID>3_8</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>DOS_5_NSW</name>
 <outputID>23</outputID>
 <state>TBL</state>
 <deviceID>5_1</deviceID>
</outlet>
<outlet>
 <name>DOS_5_OSW</name>
 <outputID>24</outputID>
 <state>TBL</state>
 <deviceID>5_2</deviceID>
</outlet>
</outlets></status>

I figured it out. For anyone using Apex Fusion to control your reef tank, this is what worked for me to view my prob info on my dashboard. You will have to inspect the XML file to find your probes location, and I assume they will move if you add or remove devices from the Apex. Update the IP address to your APEX. Below is the default username and password for the APEX.

sensor:
  - platform: rest
    name: Aquarium Temperature
    resource: http://192.168.1.XXX:80/cgi-bin/status.xml
    value_template: "{{ value_json.status.probes.probe[0].value }}"
    unit_of_measurement: "°F"
    username: admin
    password: 1234
    force_update: true