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Is there anyway to run these guys at a lower intensity. I know you can't really mess with the spectrum, but was wondering if you would modify the intensity?
 
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Yes you can manually set intensity. Instead of using a preset, you just make a custom setting/program.
 

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ty for the reply, is there a link or video I can check out to do this?
I am not sure but basically you just load the app, click where it says LEDS and now running which brings up your profile. Then click the graph. From there you should be able to add, remove, and slide around the light schedule and change intensities.
 
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I am not sure but basically you just load the app, click where it says LEDS and now running which brings up your profile. Then click the graph. From there you should be able to add, remove, and slide around the light schedule and change intensities.
ty, ill try and mess with it some more.
 

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The cloud effect was cool. If you have multiple lights, you can set then in an order of sequence and time delay. Sitting back and watching your tank was like watching a large cloud roll over the ocean over 5-10 minute period.
 

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