What is the best schedule for AI Prime 16HD?

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What is the best schedule for AI Prime 16HD?
Has anyone tried BRSTV schedule?
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what do you think?

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What is the best schedule for AI Prime 16HD?
Has anyone tried BRSTV schedule?
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what do you think?

Thanks

Which video is this config from? I have seen several other BRSTV videos over the past few years with AB+-like settings, but I think this is the first I have seen this one.
 

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I don’t have a 40b but I have a nuvo20 with two lights over it. One is ran at 90% (over sps) and another ran at 70% over lps. I kept their settings but white maxes at 15% for me because it’s visually pleasing.

Have some issue with sps atm but I don’t believe it to be the lights as they were fine for a couple months before it started. Also Walt Disney and a pink lemonade are totally fine.
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Thanks. How are your schedule at this moment?
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Here it is. I’m using Saxby’s with slighly higher values.

I guess it all depends on the corals you have and how they are placed in the tank. Best advice is to choose a setting and keep for as much time as possible. Corals will eventually adapt and thrive. Many people have “simple” schedules and still have astonishing tanks!

just don’t start blasting the corals with too much light. Better to start with a lower light intensity and raise it in a second moment, if you see the corals are struggling
 
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Here it is. I’m using Saxby’s with slighly higher values.

I guess it all depends on the corals you have and how they are placed in the tank. Best advice is to choose a setting and keep for as much time as possible. Corals will eventually adapt and thrive. Many people have “simple” schedules and still have astonishing tanks!

just don’t start blasting the corals with too much light. Better to start with a lower light intensity and raise it in a second moment, if you see the corals are struggling
Thanks a lot for sharing. You have sps's? And they are thriving, with this schedule?
 

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