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I was looking at some lights today and saw these for only $72. Decided ill give them a try. 3 dimmable channels, but the only draw back is that they are not programmable. Ill have to find a way to wire a timer into the channels
 
 
Gealth Led 30x3w Dimmable 90w Full Spectrum LED Aquarium Light for Reef Coral & Fish https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MRM9SVS/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_XOtwAbTKE4Z3Q
 
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Only thing I’m seeing as an issue is no fans. Most Chinese lights tend to have the minimum thickness possible heat sinks so they rely on a fan to keep them cool...not seeing anything on those units 😬. Heat and LEDs don’t play well, especially for longevity.

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Only thing I’m seeing as an issue is no fans. Most Chinese lights tend to have the minimum thickness possible heat sinks so they rely on a fan to keep them cool...not seeing anything on those units . Heat and LEDs don’t play well, especially for longevity.
I thought the same thing. I happen to have a few small computer fans. Ill have to see if i can integrate them into it, or find some that will

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On ‎1‎/‎12‎/‎2018 at 6:25 PM, HexaReef said:

Ya it does

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I'm so behind on brands of Fixtures i had to google Ocean Revive. Whats good these days

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Ocean revive is probably one of the best economy fixtures around. Next would be any of the AI fixtures then Ecotech. 

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Only thing I’m seeing as an issue is no fans. Most Chinese lights tend to have the minimum thickness possible heat sinks so they rely on a fan to keep them cool...not seeing anything on those units . Heat and LEDs don’t play well, especially for longevity.
I posted a question to the provider about fans and here is thier answer. 0352999dfedca79a2e92d1db35f956dc.jpg

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I run two AI primes over one of my tanks and One OR over the other.  Both are lagoon tanks.  

I would highly recommend OR. My AIs are always having fan problems.  If you’d like pics I can shoot you some  

 

Hope this helps you out. 

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I run two AI primes over one of my tanks and One OR over the other.  Both are lagoon tanks.  
I would highly recommend OR. My AIs are always having fan problems.  If you’d like pics I can shoot you some  
 
Hope this helps you out. 
Bring on the pics!

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The more whiter is OR

The Bluer is AI 

 

Im not a fan of the AIs anymore.  Just because the Fan part needs cleaning every other month or so.  

Both tanks are the same.  

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