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Old 04/29/2019, 08:27 PM   #1
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Bio cube 29 lighting

Any thoughts on Steveís leds? Thinking about getting a fixture just wondering if anyone has them or has experience with them...thanks Lance


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Old 04/29/2019, 09:05 PM   #2
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Made the leap about a year ago. Absolutely love it.
I don't have SPS, but LPS and softies love it. Almost immediate increase in growth, across the board.
Had a clam that was doing well for several months (it was still small, so not totally light dependent yet), but I left for a week and had some water quality issues and it died. I don't attribute that to the light at all.
Standard controller is fine, unless you "need" WiFi.
Install was a breeze.

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Old 05/25/2019, 06:59 PM   #3
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Steveís leds

What did you set your lights to? Mine seem very pink so Iím not sure what the blues and white should be. Thanks


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Old 05/25/2019, 07:28 PM   #4
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You have to ramp up per the directions or you'll burn down the reef!
I ended up at 2065 on channel 1 and 2275 on channel 2.

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Old 05/28/2019, 10:15 PM   #5
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I had Steve's LED's over my biocube and Red Sea 250. Lost both tanks in the 7.1 earthquake Nov 31st. Power was out for 3 days.

But, his stuff is quality. You won't go wrong with it.


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Old 06/11/2019, 09:24 PM   #6
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I install a ai hydra52 in mine and works great, I think it’s been in there for 3yrs now, I never touch it..


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Old 06/14/2019, 08:36 PM   #7
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I gutted my BioCube 29 lid, and used parts off my Maxspect Razor I wasn't using. It was a fun little project! Although I wish I had put 2 LED modules in. Blue Acro has some nice LEDs too.

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