FMAS May 25th, 2021 Zoom Meeting

DRThompson

Active Member
View Badges
Joined
Aug 14, 2013
Messages
307
Reaction score
42
Review score
+0 /0 /-0
Location
Coral Springs, FL
Join FMAS for another Zoom meeting!
Another National MACNA Speaker!!!
Date: May 25, 2021 @7pm
Speaker: Tullio Dell Aquila from REEFBrite
Topic: LIghts, a Q&A session


Please download and setup up zoom (it’s free) at: https://zoom.us/
Once it’s installed on your smart phone or device, you can log into the meeting.
Register in advance for this meeting:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYpfu-oqDkrGtEySgs4zt_5d9mugKOUaG1D

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Speaker Bio:

Tullio Dell Aquila has been a professional lighting designer for well over a decade. His pioneering work with high power LED’s spans numerous commercial, automotive, and aquarium applications. During his career, he has designed and manufactured lighting products for many of the top companies in our industry. His dedication and innovation has helped pave the way for aquarium lighting as we know it today.

As an avid reef aquarium hobbyist, he will readily admit his true passion has always been designing high quality aquarium lighting products. From the original LED moonlights to the first full spectrum, and actinic led lighting systems, his pioneering work with LEDS continues today. While he has dedicated much of his career to educating hobbyist and professionals alike about the exciting possibilities that LEDs offer to our industry, his contributions to aquarium lighting do not stop here.

His focus on the spectral requirements of corals, and photosynthetic invertebrates, has improved the output, spectral composition, spectral power distribution, and quality of many aquarium lighting products sold today. His work with specialized reflector systems, advanced thermal design, and high efficiency microprocessor controlled electronic ballasts, have helped revitalize metal halide and T5 based aquarium lighting products as well.

FMAS FB May 2021.jpg
 

What's the main reason you take on DIY reefing projects?

  • Save Money

    Votes: 86 33.9%
  • You Like To Make Things

    Votes: 91 35.8%
  • Necessity, you want it a certain way

    Votes: 64 25.2%
  • Time, you need it quick

    Votes: 4 1.6%
  • Other (please explain)

    Votes: 9 3.5%
NYOS
Top