I’m 4 months in, so it is time for a full fledged update of testing out LEDs over my SPS heavy tank.
Don’t miss the link to the bonus video showing my Radion custom program!
Links in this video: www.mrsaltwatertank.com/radion…Read more
Fat Jack has been up and running for 8 weeks now and we’ve encountered an unexpected bump in the road and I’ve gotten more evidence for my opinion on LEDs in a saltwater tank.
Can’t decide what bulb temperature to go with? This quick tip will let you try before you buy.
Someone asked me to do a Mr. Saltwater Tank TV show on do it yourself (DIY) stuff. To be 100% honest, you’ll probably never see me do a show on DIY.
Because DIY projects either:
#1: Never get started…Read more
I talked earlier this week about how being cheap in the saltwater tank world never pays and spending a little money to do preventative maintenance can go a long, long way towards a healthy tank.
It’s the same premise for …Read more
When bulbs age, they lose their brightness, (called PAR) and their spectrum of color shifts. No matter how good your eyes are, you can’t see these changes.
So when you put in fresh bulbs, the new bulbs have more PAR …Read more
For me, I’m ok with a 90 gallon tank.
For Stephen Keen of Hydro Innovations…not so much. 440 gallons is the right size for him.
I caught up with him in the early stages of his tank build so he …Read more
I’m pumped for the Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) to become mainstream in the saltwater tank hobby. When they do, you’ll get to drop your energy gulping metal halide lights and chillers will become a thing of the past.
However, the …Read more