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oyf709
03-27-2012, 06:41 PM
I am finally back home and finally get to post some more detail on this light, I had yet to see any one carry this brand here but seems like they have been imported over to Australia and lots people like them due to their nice looking and good functionalities. Let me know what you guys think about this light. Here are the specs and oh the LED chip are made by Bridgelux. I am able to get them ship over to Canada for about $380.00 with taxes. Let me know if anyone might want them as well so I can join shippment with someone =p :mrgreen:

http://i706.photobucket.com/albums/ww66/oyf709/lightspec-1.jpg

Function:

1. electric display screen

2. timer setting

3. Day time setting

4. Night time setting

5. Light off setting

6. Daylight setting---9 level

7. Moonlight setting---9level

8. Temprature display

9. Smart fan


Product introduction

Timer setting

You can set light on time and light off time; this can save much time for you.

1. Current time setting

2. Morning time setting

3. Daytime setting

4. Nighttime setting






Temperature control by smart fan

Smart fan can auto-induction the temperature of LED lamps, if lamps arrive 39 degrees the fan will start running, when cooled to 34 degrees fan stop working; Alert temperature setting for 60 degrees, if lamps temperature reached 60 degrees, then lamps will stop working, the light goes out bead, into the ego to protect state. Then you need to replace new fans and the lamps can work properly.

1. Fan will be work when the temperature is over 38C), will stop when it is below 35C.

2. Automatic Protection setting will cut off the power and show "Err" when the fan isnt work and temperature is over 60C. The light will be on when temperature come down below 45C.


Holders and pendant

It's easy to set the tank with two fixing, as adjustable pendant lamp or with holder, also they can be connected with each other together.

http://i706.photobucket.com/albums/ww66/oyf709/holder.jpg

Lamp bead configuration

Light bead of white light 12000K configuration, the light-emitting angle can be customized for the customer, it does not require matched condenser lens (with a contrary affect the brightness), to ensure that the biological get light closer to sunlight, the blue light using the 450-465NM configuration purple, the color blue to exclude the coral unwanted color temperature segment, but also changes in the submarine effect, to achieve maximum functionality of the LED light.

1. 12000 K is according to the sun's most violent spectrum at noon, very suitable for sea water aquarium, can promote effectively the coral.

2. 450-465 NM (blue-ray wavelength)-the wavelength can build up the depths of the situation, some growth in a deep water coral in the nature is also must be the wavelength do the growth of symbiotic algae.

http://i706.photobucket.com/albums/ww66/oyf709/PAR-ZP3200WEB-1.jpg

Light model setting

1. Daylight setting

Daytime effects can be adjusted by the brightness and the proportion of white light and blue light.
2. Moonlight setting

Nighttime effects can be adjusted by the brightness of blue light.

http://i706.photobucket.com/albums/ww66/oyf709/lightsetting.jpg

oyf709
03-27-2012, 08:15 PM
Here is some pic of my tank now, but if someone can teach me how to shoot my photos that will be great too as everything in there looks very blurry and the area under direct LED lights seems so white. But anyways here are the pics =)

http://i706.photobucket.com/albums/ww66/oyf709/IMG_0651.jpg

http://i706.photobucket.com/albums/ww66/oyf709/IMG_0650.jpg

http://i706.photobucket.com/albums/ww66/oyf709/IMG_0654.jpg

Nano
03-27-2012, 08:30 PM
looks good so far, as for pictures, try adjusting your cameras ISO sensitivity, and white balance to a level you like

oyf709
03-27-2012, 09:06 PM
thanks for the tip

Element
03-28-2012, 12:58 AM
Maybe mount them on the ceiling so you don't get the shading on the left and right hand sides of the tank? Would probably get a bit more even spread and make the tank look a bit better.

Just my two cents!

-Element

MarkoD
03-28-2012, 01:02 AM
try mounting them higher.... seems like they're too close to the water