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Discussion in 'Reef Related Photography' started by screwloose, Jan 10, 2013.
Pretty sure my phosphate and nitrate is low tho, they were when Durks tested them about a year ago
So you cant have Nev type water then mate.
no..he has very little fish load so its never gonna be as high atm,
it obviously has a good phos level due to glass algae,,but the corals nmust be eating the rest
Did you test my water?
Yeh he said it was ****.
actually you forgot to give me a bag of test water
The test water was included in the frag bag to save on carrying after our busy day
ahh i see,,, but potentially contaminated when i just poured into tank
yer am knackered now
can't believe ya made me work through lunch....:shock:
mind you, we shoulda had a bacon barm at cockfields
Why no one ever feeds you ? I guess you are always welcome to pop around to mine if they try to fill your tummy with wine gums (again) lol......ohh yes...you also get a doggy bag to take home for Mrs. too
I thought you had vanished. I was only looking through your LED build thread (yet again) the other day.
Been very busy with family life and new baby due anytime . I have moved away from single die LEDs and got on to Dreamchip LEDs and currently in the process of doing a small DIY test run with them. Here are few pics for you :thumbup1: Its a 100W dreamchip containing 5 strings or channels of high power LEDs.
1) 20 x 10000K
2) 20 x 455nm (blue, beneficial to chlorophyll C)
3) 10 x 420nm, 10 x 430nm (UV range)
4) 20 x 445nm (blue, beneficial to chlorophyll C)
5) 20 x 15000K
Ok, even the name sounds cool and sole serious pieces of kit no doubt. I'll have a read tomorrow when I get a sec.
Look great fella
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