They compare to the G4 pro, which is another $100, right? Also, doesn’t G4 still require a WiFi Director?This discussion is about the Duo Extreme, which is a high end light. They’re $750, so a little less than Radions. I think the previous poster was joking about stock in the company being cheap.
They have 72 diodes (216 watts), so they are more powerful than G4 pros, which have 46 (190 watts). The Duo Deluxe for $650 is more comparable to Radions as they have 48 diodes (lower wattage though at 144 watts).
They sound like a much better product to me.They have 72 diodes (216 watts), so they are more powerful than G4 pros, which have 46 (190 watts). The Duo Deluxe for $650 is more comparable to Radions as they have 48 diodes.
These have built in WiFi, and I am not sure about Radions.
I'm probably the most technically-challenged person when it comes to WiFi controls. But after a couple of questions, the programming on the ReeFi is a snap. Love it!
Not sure where you are located, but I believe there is currently one over a display tank at the Cuttlefish and Corals store in Portland, OR.Would love to see this LED fixture in person.
I wouldn't - not with these lights. Too intense. When testing I will hang the lights at a height to achieve a PAR of about 175-200 on the bottom, which of course will increase the spread. Hence I think 2 might do it but if I knew for sure it would save me a lot of time and effort while testing.But who hangs their lights 3” above the water???