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Old 02-08-2013, 02:43 AM   #11
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Thanks so much!! I appriciate it! See how ive got the lights now? Lol one perpendicular to the other... i did that when my mh blew..lol

So i looked it up on amazon, is this the correct one?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0099M...sr=8-2&pi=SL75
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Old 02-08-2013, 03:57 AM   #12
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How tall is your tank?
I do have a CREE fixture that can provide pretty good PAR at 36" deep (fixture is 3" above water level.
Here is the full reading.
3" 3000(Off the chart)
6" 2047
12" 753
24" 316
32" 230
36" 200

Here is what the fixture looks like
Also here is few pictures of couple of my client's tank shot.






Here is what it looks like with his "Taotronic" You can compare to the first picture.







Here is another person with 3 fixtures on his 48", I suggested him not to get 3 fixtures but he want to match the "brightness" of his 2x250W MH ( LED doesn't look as bright as MH but it provides a lot higher PAR)


Here is the feature comes with the wireless controller

Features:
  • Wireless receiving module with wireless controller
  • 2-channel capable
  • Active- & passive-cooled using internal temp probe and cooling fan
  • Automatic day & night circulation
  • Programmable night time length
  • Sunrise/Sunset/Moonlight
  • Cloud Simulation
  • Lunar Cycle
  • Dimmable 0 – 100%
  • Exterior light compensation mode
LED:
  • Cree XPE Blue 3 Watts x 4
  • Cree XPE Royal Blue 3 Watts x 12
  • Cree XPG Warm White 5 Watts x 2
  • Cree XPG Neutral White 5 Watts x 6
Oh and you can check out the light in action on Youtube by searching "Pharos LED"
The price for 2 of them with controller is $848 (Free Shipping). I do carry other lower cost fixture but since someone already provide you a value option, I just think I should provide you a alternative.

The light also can be place on top of stand as well but sold separately.
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Old 02-08-2013, 11:50 AM   #13
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Thanks so much!! I appriciate it! See how ive got the lights now? Lol one perpendicular to the other... i did that when my mh blew..lol

So i looked it up on amazon, is this the correct one?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0099M...sr=8-2&pi=SL75
That is the one I own. Some would rather have the dimmable model. I am planning to get a second.
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Old 02-19-2013, 10:36 AM   #14
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Whoooo hoooo! I am getting the leds suggested... ordered today can't wait! ! Had my " fish guy" come out and he thinks I need 5 strips. .what do you all think about that?

Also he was talking about adding other color bars to it to mske stuff really pop? ? Any one know anything about that?
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Strips of LEds? I'm not sure you are making the right decision. Please post a link to them.
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I got a small strip from Drs. Foster and Smith. Wanted to try the LED. It does add another dimension of color.
Still not sure how I should have the timers set for the blue and white lights, tho. The strip is manual switch with dimming capabilities. Thank you
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