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Posting for a friend: Whatsapp if interested: 9152-4549 1) yellow tang, blue hippo tang and tomato clown with white and purple anenome -$70 (will not separate as have been a happy, healthy and peaceful community for a couple of years). 2) Purple encrusted live rock -$20 3) 125 litre tank and cabinet with Dymax L-Max LED light, Jireh Marine designed filtration and skimmer system and plexiglass lid. In okay condition. Great as a cheap starter marine tank. $90 or $150 including 1 and 2 above and loads of freebies (trace elements (Carbonate, Magnesium, Calcium, Iodine), Marine PH Buffer, cleaning syphon, and more.
Over the years of trying various LEDs, I have killed lots of SPS corals after converting from T5s and MHs. Even with the advancements of LEDs, new controllability and versatility, I would rate my success about 60-70% at best. Some SPS just can't hold up their original nice bright colours. Often my advice to my clients is to supplement with T5s after having limited success with their purchased LEDs.Before my trip to Dusseldorf, I have seen lots of photos of the German Triton tank and knew this tank is running purely on LEDs. I JUST have to see the actual tank for myself to convince the colours and growth in that tank is REAL!
This is my currrent 3ft LED lighting which I'm now in the midst of designing a smaller version due to some changes in the coverage area. Connector which will be used in this project ( similar as the earlier version ). 1/2 builded LED casing using acrylic. Aluminium sheet used for mounting the LEDs. LED arrangement RED led --> orange color Blue led --> green color White led --> yellow color