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Old 05-26-2016, 03:46 AM   #1
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75 gallon planted with denisons, snake skin barbs a redtail and diffrent types of Rainbows.

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Very pretty. In the one image there are 3 pics of the same tank with different lighting. What are they differences?


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Great set up! :thumbup:

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TMaier the effects are full spectrum daylight, Natural moonlight and deep moonlight on my current satellite + pro

Thank you shellyx. The next set up is a 125g planted with some DIY stuff.

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I love the natural moonlight!
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Old 05-26-2016, 01:25 PM   #6
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Me too, especially when the house is dark. The colors of the fish and plants stand out more.

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TMaier the effects are full spectrum daylight, Natural moonlight and deep moonlight on my current satellite + pro

Thank you shellyx. The next set up is a 125g planted with some DIY stuff.

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I honestly love your lighting. But I need to know is it programmable? A timer is not enough for what I want.

I would really like a light unit where I can program it to light to simulate sunrise to full daylight and then gradually go to dusk and moonlight.

Can this model take care of that?

Of is it a remote control where it is manually changed?


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I honestly love your lighting. But I need to know is it programmable? A timer is not enough for what I want.

I would really like a light unit where I can program it to light to simulate sunrise to full daylight and then gradually go to dusk and moonlight.

Can this model take care of that?

Of is it a remote control where it is manually changed?


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The light has a ramp timer, you set it to what time and spectrum you want it to come on and off to. It takes 15 minutes to turn on or off. You set it once with the control and forget it. I think ive only used the control twice since ive had the light. Its a bit pricey but well worth it.
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After the ramp up, can you have it run a few hours on a dimmer setting and work up to full and then back to dim? I am trying to find a unit that has programming to mimic natural light progression during the day.


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No, it takes 15 minutes before it gets to full spectrum, then ramps down towards the end. That would be a cool feature, from what i know that feature isnt available on any light.

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