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Old 03-12-2013, 01:23 PM   #591
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Anyone ever use the Evolution LED's?
They seem to be the same concept as the ones we are referring to> I didn't catch the price though...



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This solves all the problems ,and it only has one cord!
120 Watt Dimmable Coral Reef LED Fixture 120W Digital Timer and Monlight | eBay
Then you can't turn on white and blue independently. I would want 2 cords for 2 timers.
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They seem to be the same concept as the ones we are referring to> I didn't catch the price though...




Then you can't turn on white and blue independently. I would want 2 cords for 2 timers.
The unit has an LCD where you can set the timers for whites,blues or lunar lights....as far as evolution led's here's a link that has different models,sizes and prices.....LED Aquarium Lighting | Evolution LED Lights
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Old 03-12-2013, 02:16 PM   #593
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Just hung mine and already everything is opening up nicer than before....I have both blues and whites turned down to almost off to acclimate the coral
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Oh, I see. Yeah, that would be cool. It seems everyone is buying these Chinese fixtures and re-branding them. It looks like all the same manufacturer.
You can see them right here:
LED Aquarium Lights, LED Aquarium Lights Products, LED Aquarium Lights Manufacturers, LED Aquarium Lights Suppliers and Exporters Directory
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Old 03-12-2013, 02:45 PM   #595
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Hey by the way I have to say thank you to MR X....if it wasn't for you I wouldn't have went the LED route I been following this thread from the beginning.my lights been on for 45 minutes and the polyp extension on all my corals are like I never seen before!
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Old 03-12-2013, 02:45 PM   #596
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would 1 of those lights cover a 40b and support SPS or would I need 2 thats a nice light

36L X 16H X 18W
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Oh, I see. Yeah, that would be cool. It seems everyone is buying these Chinese fixtures and re-branding them. It looks like all the same manufacturer.
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LED Aquarium Lights, LED Aquarium Lights Products, LED Aquarium Lights Manufacturers, LED Aquarium Lights Suppliers and Exporters Directory
The good thing about the company on eBay I received mine is based out of North Carolina ..it took 3 days to get to me
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would 1 of those lights cover a 40b and support SPS or would I need 2 thats a nice light

36L X 16H X 18W
You would have a little shadowing on the corners unless you hung it pretty high, but yes, that fixture would support sps.
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awesome may just have to order 2 1 for each tank
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This is what one fixture looks like over a 40b seaweed.
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