Discussion in 'LED Aquarium Lighting' started by Jason McKenzie, Jun 21, 2006.
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So who's gonna be the first. Bruce?
Same output as a 250WH but 40% less power
Whoa...that's pretty cool...is it really that comparable to mh or t-5ho bulbs?
Wow i love the cloud settings and such...that's pretty cool...maybe for my college tank ha...anyone know a price?
I think they need to go a bit more...the pictures aren't very appealing...
For a 72in tank. $3,300
Good luck pitching that one to the wife.
I hope to see more out of it but there is already "Same output as a 250WH but 40% less power" T-5HO so not that thilled so far. The LED stuff I seen so far had real crummy color redering too.
Someday it will get there.
Cool dimming feature
I'm not really sold on it...To new and way too expensive! Maybe in the future as time has a way of rendering things useful or not!!!!!I'll stick to metal halides for now.
Way too expensive. LED's are inexpensive. I don't see why companies over price products like this. You would think the initial price would be low to get some of these fixtures out in the community.
Thats a bad ass idea. Way to much, give it a few years, then hopefuly they will be a little less on the spendy side.
Wow. That's some tall cash.
I look forward to seeing them progress as well.
With so many leds they should be able to program cloudyness and moon cycles a little better I'd think.
They advertise that you save money but that would take years. What if something happens to the light fixture, how long will it take to get it fix and that would mean buying another fixture as a back up.
LED components available?
Wonder if you can buy the different spectrum LED's on the open market at a reasonable price to do your own DIY projects and experimenting. I know you can buy a couple of different kinds of blues, whites, reds, etc.
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