Today's update is about AI Hydra HD lights. This is what I use on my tank and for the most part I absolutely love them there's great color there's great growth there's great everything except the biggest problem with the lights is that they are not water resistant whatsoever. The very first week that I had these lights I had to return both of them just because I had them too close to the water surface and the water was splashing up a little bit and both of them died the very first week well since then I put them on the goosenecks and raise them up 12 inches above my tank. Yesterday morning I woke up and one of the lights was not on and again it was due to water I actually opened it up looked inside and I guess a little bit of condensation got on the inside and shorted the entire thing out. This is a huge flaw and drawback for these lights you're going to spend $300 some dollars on a light that most likely won't even last one year just because any condensation will destroy the entire thing who in their right mind makes a light for an aquarium and does not try to waterproof it or make it water resistant at all you're literally putting lights right above the water such a flaw
Hello Everybody. Well my tank is now 1-1/2 years old. After the ups and downs of the first six months I got my parameters under control. Over the past year I have added different things at the maximum capacity that you can add. My tank is now nearly out of space and growing beautifully. Here are tank shots from last November until now. enjoy.
It's Friday. Another pick to keep track of progress. I had one of my AI break this week and had to put in a back up of my old current lights for now. Really didn't know a huge difference until the photo.