Nice.. Thank you!RedSea Reefer 250
Two Radion XR15 Gen 4
8.5" Off The Water - NOT Off the top of the rim on the tank
Par Tested with Apogee MQ-510
Flow Left On
Two MP10qWD on Back Wall
Neptune COR20 at 45%
Since flow was on I left the meter in the same location for a few seconds. I let the numbers jump around and picked the most consecutive reading.
Thanks for this!!I wanted to help contribute with some numbers from my A360X. I have 4 of them over my 48x24x21 aquarium. As you can see the water level is pretty high to the glass, the lights are exactly 6in above the surface of the water.
I tested in 3 lighting configurations. All 3 configurations had the color set to 40% (slightly on the bluer side from 50%).
Configuration A: Intensity 100%, Violet 20%, Red 10%, Green 10%
Configuration B: Intensity 100%, Violet 0%, Red 0%, Green 0%
Configuration C: Intensity 80%, Violet 0%, Red 0%, Green 0%
(photo is slightly cloudy, but measurements were when water was clear, and circulation pumps off)
Coral health in the photo is not indicative of the lights, as these corals have been through a lot recently in the rebuild. Personally I am very happy with the lights, they seem to provide enough power, but have a stunning look and very even distribution.
Let me know if there is any questions, hopefully this is helpful to others (I personally was curious about the intensity falloff as you move away from 100%, as well as how the other colors might impact intensity).
How much did u pay for this?Hello everyone and thanks for sharing.
I took par reading and i thought someone might be interested in those, excuse my fairly empty DT.
Fixture is a 36" ATI Powermodule Hybrid, running 6x 39w T5 bulbs (ATI 50/50 B+/C+) and 2x 75w LEDS max peak at 50% color bands (Violet 30%, Blue 100%, Royal Blue 100%, Whites 0%). T5s are running 100%
Fixture is hung ~8" above water line. Powerheads and return pump were on during measurement.
Tank dimensions are 47.5 x 23.5 x 20, Cadlights Artesan II 100g.
Par meter used is an Apogee SQ-510.