i know they stopped doing aquarium lights, but i'd assume they still sell dimmers, no?
time to graduate from moronville.. Just get a cheap VOM (better yet find a local geek) and figure out the dimming plug. There are only 2 choices really.. If there are 2 wires then it is a simple 10-20K pot dimmer.If 3 then it is a 10V feed to a 10-20k pot ,,Picking up a used BuildmyLED Dutch XB strip today. I fear that it may be a bit much for my tank, exceeding 100 par on the substrate and I'm wanting to avoid an algae farm situation. Suspending it high over the tank is not an option. The fixture doesn't come with a dimmer and I know BuildmyLED no longer sells or produces any aquarium lighting products anymore.
I'd like a dimmer but not sure how to go about that. Anyone have any ideas on where/how I can find a dimmer that is compatible? I'm an electrical moron so building one from scratch is out. Any ideas?
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Manual Dimming Switch
The Manual Dimming Switch enables you to dim our Individual Light Bars from 10% to 100% light output with a manual knob. Easily connects to our power supplies with standard 3.5mm stereo connector (5' cable is included). No soldering required...just plug and dim! NOte: Does not work with SPYDR 600.
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