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Hello, I am finally starting up another 10 gallon nano-reef after a couple of years out of the hobby. I am building my own LED system and was hoping to get a couple of knowledgeable/experienced forum members to check off on my design. Specifically, I think my drivers and power supply should be sufficient to handle the load of the LEDs in this configuration, but I would be more comfortable getting another opinion. My hope is that this system can support a bubble tip anemone and SPS corals. Thank you for any help you can offer. There are three "strings" of LEDs, each one controllable by a PWM-dimmable driver. The three drivers are then powered by a single power supply and controlled by an Arduino Uno. Below are links to the components followed a screenshot of the schematic. LEDs Royal blue, blue, and red Violet Neutral Whites Driver LDD-L Series Mean Well Step-Down Mode CC DC-DC LED Drivers ("Wires", 700 mA, 9-36 Vin, 2-32 Vout) Power Supply LRS-150-24 Mean Well LRS Series Enclosed Style Switching Power Supply (24 Vout, 150 W)
adamrs80 posted a topic in Hardware ClassifiedsSOLD I bought this light new last year, to replace AI Prime HDs and used it for 12 months before I upgraded tanks and needed a 36" version. I love this light and bought the exact same one, but in 36" length for my new tank. The lamps are original so they may need to be replaced soon. I'm not sure if it matters but, other than the 50 hour burn-in (at 100% power) of the lamps when new, they were not run above 60% so they may have some life left in them. I am the original owner and have all the hanging kit, paperwork and original box. My tank has glass lids so the light has not been splashed, scratched, and looks and performs as new. $350 shipped within the 48 states. $275 shipped within the 48 states.
Marine Depot posted a topic in Marine DepotATI SunPower: PAR Values, Color Combos, and LED Comparison Watch and win an ATI SunPower T5HO Light + Bulbs—a $672.89 value!