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.
Environmental and Water Law Student
120 Gallon Mixed Reef, 40B Sump, Reef octopus nwb150 with HY2000 Bubble Blaster, Reef Angel Controller, 2x Tunze 6105 Powerheads, Eheim 1262 Return Pump, BRS Dual Reactor, DIY Luxeon LEDs, 300w Eheim Jager
-Nick's Not So Nano 120 Gallons of Ocean -http://www.nano-reef...p;#entry4087252
-Nick's Not So Nano 120 Gallon DIY Led Build - http://www.nano-reef...iy-led-fixture/