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post #46 of 88 (permalink) Old 05-07-2012, 08:08 PM Thread Starter
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60p is 14 inches deep. I was looking at the 3D chart and was having trouble reading it. Still, any plans on a higher intensity version?
Sorry at the moment, no. We do have something down the road but that is to be released a year from now.


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Just curious, will a 12" Ray2 ever be available?
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post #48 of 88 (permalink) Old 05-10-2012, 09:27 AM
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Would you be able to tell me where can I buy this FugeRay LED in the UK please ? Or any US website that shipping to UK ?

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Not interested in Moon light at all.

Yes, 7100: & 10K would work.


- I'd like to see all future LED systems offer with a Dimable capability. That would offer us options for Low & High light planted tanks. Also, the option for mid day peak levels.

I agree entirely!! A dimmer is a must. You never know the depth a user might have for an aquarium.

I know in the reefing circles I am in, people will not even consider a LED system unless they are dimmable.

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Im looking to get light for my 60 p and it looks like ray2 would be good option but is there a way to add dimmer to it? Or even hooking this up to sunrise / sunset controller?
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Im looking to get light for my 60 p and it looks like ray2 would be good option but is there a way to add dimmer to it? Or even hooking this up to sunrise / sunset controller?
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I am looking for this as well.
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Im looking to get light for my 60 p and it looks like ray2 would be good option but is there a way to add dimmer to it? Or even hooking this up to sunrise / sunset controller?
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Hey guys. Sorry, at the moment the units are not dimmable.


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Any word on the 3 foot version? I'm in chicago, so I'm more than willing to test a prototype on the 12L I just bought
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post #54 of 88 (permalink) Old 07-12-2012, 07:40 PM
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Are you guys going to be making a FugeRay in 36"? I see that you have a 36" in the RayII. I'd like the idea of buying both for my 45gal, aprox 25-26" to the bottom of the tank.
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I'm sorry. At the moment there are no plans for a 3 foot FugeRay.


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Do you have any plants to make extendable legs for the Finnex Ray 2 ? There are several people on the fence about purchasing it because they light output is substantial higher then what there used too.

An easy solution to this would be to provide a variety of stand leg length's to suit everyone's needs. i for one would love to have a leg 3-5" higher and would definitely purchase it.
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Do you have any plants to make extendable legs for the Finnex Ray 2 ? There are several people on the fence about purchasing it because they light output is substantial higher then what there used too.

An easy solution to this would be to provide a variety of stand leg length's to suit everyone's needs. i for one would love to have a leg 3-5" higher and would definitely purchase it.
Good idea. Or, have a mounting bracket of some sort so you could hang the fixture without drilling holes in the fixture housing.

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If you guys could make somthing like this I would buy 5 pairs !

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How about this? You may be able to mod it a tad to get it to work for your situation.

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If you guys could make somthing like this I would buy 5 pairs !


Thanks for the input. Let me see what we can come up with...


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