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> So is anyone experimenting with LED's (light emitting diodes)?
> Pros: Low power usage, low heat and long bulb life (100K hours)
> Cons: Expensive & lots of LED's required to make sufficient light.
> Seems like an interesting idea if it works.
> I was going to attempt to make a small lighting array but I can't find the
> instructions to make them anymore.  I remember reading a thread (in either
> reefcentral or reefs.org) about using LED's to light a tank but I can't
> seem to find the thread and the website that was on it seem to be down for
> the last week.

They make a moon light that LED and larger.
I'm totally interested in it though.

> I was thinking of buying a 144 LED array (with super bright white LEDs,
> which are full spectrum 6500K) that the manufacturer says is equal to 150
> watts of light but it costs $200

So! That's still quite good!

> (it may pay off really quick though
> because it will last 22 years of 12hr usage and the lower power consumption
> about 1/10th of conventional lights).

And be easy to slim line applications. I like it.
Tom Barr
> Cheers,
> Victor Eng     Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
> engfam at axion_net