|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|04-05-2012 03:03 PM|
Originally Posted by Rev_jim_jones View Post
|03-31-2012 02:33 PM|
|Rev_jim_jones||Color Matching the Nylon Screws or replacing them with Nylon Tipped Screws with powder coated heads would be nice.|
|03-31-2012 06:17 AM|
|03-20-2012 07:12 PM|
Originally Posted by madness View Post
|03-03-2012 10:24 PM|
Nice to finally get an explanation for what the AC feature of the bulbs is.
I had noticed it in the product description for the lights and while I know what AC and DC stand for I didn't put the pieces together to figure out that it ran off of straight AC.
Any type of PAR data or light coverage (spread) data available?
|03-02-2012 07:53 PM|
The clamp looks a bit bulky, but certainly wouldn't get in the way of anything, but other than that this looks awesome! I like the idea of not have a large strip of lights covering the top.
How wide are the lights with regard to angle of coverage?
The height and forward/aft position of the light looks adjustable, but how about the angle (eg. can they be adjusted like a ballhead on a tripod)?
|03-02-2012 05:13 PM|
Daylight bulbs coming soon..
|02-27-2012 04:15 PM|
Schuber Wright Safari +6 Gallon Combo?
Currently the Safari features a true AC bulb in an actinic blue screw in base. Bulb has won a National Innovative Award for being true AC, meaning no need for a ac/dc converter: meaning less heat extending the bulb life, no transformer (most LEDs last as long as they claim, but the components ie transformer/driver parts fail much quicker than the LED), and since there's no wasteful wattage going through various ac/dc components, more total output of the 4 watts. Hence it winning such an award!
We are in the process of developing a 8,000k daylight bulb; 4w & 10w. I'd like to hear your thoughts on how attractive this setup looks.