LOL. I just realized something, you can't actually use it out of water because the red LED inside warning you it's out of water starts blinking..
At least I hope that was my issue w/ just now testing it w/ a cyan diode.
does this look like 5600K? Actually the same thing happened w/ a reefer when testing his light w/ just green..and that was in water..
I'll need to check that..
BRS compared it to a much more expensive unit
They only did PAR.. It's just a matter of the LUX being wrong AFAICT.
Think that applies to the K temp too though..
I roughly trust the PAR measurements.. and the "cards" though..
"A man with a watch knows what time it is. A man with two watches is never sure."
Last edited by jeffkrol; 11-24-2018 at 03:15 AM.