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noopsyche K7 Pro II 95W

Dillon Deville

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From all the research that I've done, it seems like this light will be pretty much perfect for a mixed reef biocube 32, which I have. I already have a Kessil a360 WE over it, along with a supplemental Chinese COB 70-watt light cranked pretty low. Looking to sell all of that and just replace with this light. I'm thinking I can get pretty much the same par / pur numbers and better spectrum from this light. Could anybody with a biocube chime in and let me know how the light fixture mounts to the tank? It seems like the middle latch for the hood needs to be sanded off or something which I don't really want to do..

Having not used this light, the things I like about it are the clean look, the lenses that give off similar shimmer to the Kessil LEDs, the price of course, and the full spectrum diodes used. It just seems like a huge upgrade in so many ways to my current lighting setup.

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Is there a hanging kit for these lights yet? I have a 6 foot 125 gallon tank with canopy so I will need some type of hanging solution. Also, how many lights would you suggest for a standard 125 gallon mixed reef? Size is 72×18x21 I believe.
We don't have hanging kit for K7 but you can do as this photo shown hanging your LEDs:
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According to your tank size, 5 unit of K7 would be ok on your mixed reef.
 

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We don't have hanging kit for K7 but you can do as this photo shown hanging your LEDs:
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According to your tank size, 5 unit of K7 would be ok on your mixed reef.
Thank you for the reply. Judging from the picture, it looks like some kind of aluminum rail. Would you happen to know how they are attached to it? Sorry for the questions, I am brand new to this and currently planning out my build. I am strongly considering the k7 lights. I appreciate the help!
 
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Thank you for the reply. Judging from the picture, it looks like some kind of aluminum rail. Would you happen to know how they are attached to it? Sorry for the questions, I am brand new to this and currently planning out my build. I am strongly considering the k7 lights. I appreciate the help!
No problem. I'm glad to help you.
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Thanks a lot for your quick reply. That bracket, is it included with the light or part of the arm mount kit?
This is a part of mount kit, if you don't need mount kit I can let them sell this bracket to you. (Including screws)
 

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I have two of these on my 75 and I love them . Great shimmer, corals look amazing bringing all my colors back out after losing them with my last light. Love the small sleek design too not all bulky like many of the led fixtures out now. I need a light for my frag/grow out tank and won't use anything but noopysche now would love to win one Thanks
 

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Hello! I love the simplicity and form-factor of this light. I would love to try one out on my reef tank. thank you for the opportunity to win one!

Patrick
 

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