There's one for sale locally on KijijI and I think I can get it for around $80-100cdn. He wanted to sell me a 110gal c/w with two TopFin 75 filters, a heater, an air pump and the LED lights for $300. I don't want the tank after seeing it, it was originally a marine tank and the two holes that were cut in the side panel were filled in with silicone lol.Bizarro252 said:Not gonna lie, at first I was like...LEDs + Chinese = Crapola, however the specs on that look pretty good, looks like they are lying a bit on the wattage (100x 3W LEDs but a 225w draw), if the power factor of 0.9 isn't a lie that's pretty good, but if the lamp was really using 100x 3W LEDs that should put the wall draw at 300/0.9 = 333W + whatever the display and fans are using. Looks pretty nice though, glad to see they seem to have taken care to keep those things cool, I have a light with 1W LEDs and no fan and it gets pretty warm
Both, we have some plants in it now, but would like them flourish more. Right now, we only have the lights on for maybe 4-5hrs per day. With the programmable, at least, it can run the necessary hours without much input.TexasDomer said:Are you trying to grow plants with it? Or is it just for lighting your tank?
It's either this:TexasDomer said:The link expired, so I wasn't able to look at the light. Do you have another link to info on the light?
I kept researching (hard finding info with chinese stuff) and one spot said the white were 10000k, but it also show various numbers for the other colors lol. It also says full spectrumTexasDomer said:I couldn't find the light temperature on the link. Do you know what it is? Marine lights aren't always good for plants.
The wiring is probably like the old xmas tree lights. One bulb stops working, the entire thing stops lol. I'll probably solder a few to see if it does anything.TexasDomer said:Not good half are already out though.
I've bought a lot of stuff from ebay/amazon that has come from China, but unfortunately I bought this used, therefore no return policy hehesmee82 said:I live in china and its always a hit or a miss buying anything here. The only good thing is the country wide return or replace policy.
Now I inow what happens to all the stuff I return they just sell it to some poor guy as a used product so it can't be returned.Acadianer said:I've bought a lot of stuff from ebay/amazon that has come from China, but unfortunately I bought this used, therefore no return policy hehe