Alright...Got some Pix....and another question
I noticed that many people use a multimeter to determine the right current for the lights with the Drivers SR2 adjustment knob thing. Is this necessary? I plugged in my lights and they work and are very bright (which is good) but am not sure if I should check the current in the parallel line. Should I do this, how do I do this, and what should the current be at if I have 2 drivers, each with 2 parallel strands of 12 3W Bridgelux LEDs?
NOW PICTURES (not entirely done with fixture, waiting on PWM control cable for my Reef Angel controller to come tomorrow. I made a box for the drivers with a project box from radioshack. I also got a plexi glass splash shield from Lowes that I need to cut and attach (need to figure out how to do this without drilling my heatsink again) and I got 2 16" L brackets from Lowes to hang the light from.
Kit from Aquastyle
Dont mind the cherry blancket (Im sure Im judged, but its my girlfriends)[attachment=108830:IMG_0431.JPG]
I just need to attach PWM cable, clean up connections and project box (get rid of Pots) and hang the thing....(and adjust current if you all think i should)
Edited by najluni15, 09 April 2012 - 09:33 PM.
Water Policy Student
-New 75 gallon build in progress: thread to follow soon!
2 Reefbreeder Photon 16", ReefOctopus sro2000, mag drive 9.5 return, Maxspect Gyre xf130, Reef Angel Plus Controller, Jäger heaters, 2 BRS Reactors, BRS 75gpd drinking water RODI system, DIY stand
-Discontinued Aqueon Evolve 8 mixed reef with Aqueon Pro 50w heater and Ebay Par 30 led lamp
-Nick's Discontinued Not So Nano 120 Gallons of Ocean -http://www.nano-reef...p;#entry4087252
-Nick's Discontinued Not So Nano 120 Gallon DIY Led Build - http://www.nano-reef...iy-led-fixture/