Noopsyche K7 Pro II - Crimson's Review and Growth Thread

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What is the recommended coverage of each of these lights? I have a 8ft long x 30inch wide x 2ft tall 300gal.
 

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Sps dominant so teah thats what i figured. 200 per light? That everything or power supply or controller seperate? And 200 is to your door?
 

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2 questions. 1 are these comparable to radions or the hydras?
2 i see similar no name lights on ebay, 90watt ect. Are they all the same? Thinking about using a couple under my display in an anemone tank and a frag tank.
 

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2 questions. 1 are these comparable to radions or the hydras?
2 i see similar no name lights on ebay, 90watt ect. Are they all the same? Thinking about using a couple under my display in an anemone tank and a frag tank.
They are good light..

BUT the controller is not that good.
take a while to get used to it and you can easily mess up ur settings.

Plus no phone app :(

for the price i am happy with mine.
 

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Ok so total would be 1600-2k to light the 8ftx30.
Its an interesting option that i may use on my frag tanks. On the display ill stick with the ledzeal.com Malibu s400 2x4ft=800 4x4ft 1600. If i do 4 of them ill definitely have to lower the output of them. They also have wifi. But ill be using cwstrife layout on them.
 
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Sorry for the delay in updating.

I do think these are a decent option. They seemed to function well, you were able to add dimming points which are a step above other black box leds. I did notice coral growth, and color seemed as good as my previous setup.

I do think there needs to be an adjustment to the controller. An app or improved controller would be a welcome improvement! It is very basic and somewhat difficult to program. The given instructions were difficult to understand, but I believe this is being improved, if not already corrected. An app would be amazing, and probably not difficult to implement.

Although they are a nice fixture, I did decide to put them on the shelf. I am currently using GHL Mitras.

Overall, if you are looking for a decent light on a budget, this is an option. I am a huge fan of Ocean Revive Leds and would recommend them to anyone in a heart beat. If you want more control and similar budget as the K7, I would look into Reef Breeders V2. It has a more refined controller and more dimming points. I am not hating on the light by any means, I just think there are some better options for similar or cheaper pricing.
 
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