|11-07-2013 04:38 PM|
|ruuuey||Sorry for resurrecting an old topic, but I was wondering if anyone else has tried these out! If you have, could you share your experience with them? Thanks|
|03-01-2013 09:07 PM|
Which wavelengths of sunlight plants use can be easily found on the web.
I would have put the deep red [720nm] in there but the design app only allows 15 leds. There is a small photosynthetic peak at that wavelength.
CRI isn't the bottom line, but very high CRI along [ visually pleasing to look at tank ] with a Kelvin temp around 5500-5900 and good PAR output, are I feel, the best combination. So with this technology available that allows one to do just that why not use it if your budget allows?
|03-01-2013 04:41 PM|
In terms of plant response....so you can see where the peaks are
|03-01-2013 04:34 PM|
|03-01-2013 04:02 AM|
I went to buildmyled.com and looked at their freshwater show tank LED lights.
Interestingly, these lights are the Lumenblaster lights advertised on aquariumplants. it looks like aquariumplants goes to buildmylights.com to get the lights and then upcharges them. http://www.aquariumplants.com/LumenB...fre_p/lb02.htm
|03-01-2013 03:52 AM|
|Rob in (ca)||I'M using them now on my new 100G, see whats happens, so far after the first week, the plants are growing great ....but having a hair algae issue, but that's from the plants i got from the LFS .|
|02-28-2013 02:58 PM|
At least they give detailed specs of the fixture, lumens, micromoles.
I am surprised to see 12900K as color temperature myself.
|02-28-2013 03:43 AM|
|Steve001||They might work. I feel the K temp 12000 + is much to high and the CRI of 86 is to low. When you can design an led light at Build My Led using more colors of leds [ 15 I think] to achieve a CRI of 98 at a K Temp 5500-5900 K [ tropical in nature]. You'll be able to create a whiter light. Play around with the app there. Check this thread out. http://www.plantedtank.net/forums/sh...d.php?t=198196|
|02-28-2013 03:11 AM|
Anyone know anything about the LumenBlaster LED lights. They are sold at aquariumplants. They say they are made to order and claim they are the "worlds most accurate LED for freshwater planted aquariums." They told me these lights have colors missing in lights like the TruLumen Pros. They post the specs on their website. I did a Google search but didn't find anything. I don't know enough about lighting to evaluate their claim. Has anyone tried/seen these lights?