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Old 07-15-2013, 07:43 PM   #11
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Hey, Mr. X, dont wanna highjack the thread or anything, BUT do any of these LED lights have connectors so they can be dimmed from a controller? Or is it all manual adjustments?
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Manual adjustments only. The gradual dimming doesn't benefit photosynthetic creatures, so it's not on my list of "must have's". I just use a pair of timers and do a morning/evening transition with the blues just like you would a T5 fixture with 2 cords.
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