Do It Yourself projects
Allot has been done since my last update and I’m happy to say the light is working! And hanging!
I made my black acrylic housings what allow for a piece of glass to slide in, this will protect from spray and splashing.
I used U channel aluminum to attach the 2 units together and hung it with my existing hanging kit from my old fixture.
Updated 04-18-2011 at 12:22 AM by baker.shawn
LINK TO PART 1 (INTRO) -> http://www.reefaddicts.com/entry.php...n-(SOL-rip-off)
Everything arrived today!!!!!!!!
My initial thought so far:
1) These LEDs are REALLY small I expected them to be much larger, same with the drivers an optics
2) Rapid led gave me adhesive rather than
After debating on what to do with my lighting ive decided to go LED id really like AI sol units but simply cant affoard 2 so im going to make 2 for the proce of 1 here is a simple sketchup i made just to get everyone excited, im going to need help from someone who knows electrical shortly so if you feel you can help let me know, when i get home from school today ill be posting some questions
Updated 03-19-2011 at 05:32 PM by baker.shawn
As many of us know Kalkwasser is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to add calcium and alkalinity to a reef tank as well as maintain pH in smaller heavily stocked aquariums and lightly stocked larger aquariums. about 6 months ago I decided to make my own reactor here are some pictures of the build process, if anyone has questions please leave a comment and I’ll get back to you
(1) Acrylic tube 4”OD- 2’
(3) ¼” acrylic 6”x6”
Various scrap acrylic
Updated 03-01-2011 at 02:10 PM by baker.shawn