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12 gal. JBJ retrofit

Originally from ticket #630.

I am planning on swapping out my stock pc's and replacing with two Panorama Pro white/blue combo's. I am concerned that the lighting may be too intense and was wondering if the inline dimmer would be a solution? Would I attach the two modules together with a 2-way splitter and then add the dimmer between the lights and the transformer?

Also, would a combo of one w/b and one blue be better than two w/b's? I am looking for a clean bright look with a tint of blue capable of growing all corals and clams.

Thank you,

Jeff

Dear Jeff,

Thank you so much for contacting Ecoxotic and showing interest in our LED products.

If your going to add two Panorama Pro Modules, we would definitely recommend purchasing the inline dimmer. It's a fair amount of light for this size tank, but the dimmer will solve any issues you have with being too bright.

We would highly recommend going with one 12K White/445nm Blue and one 445nm Blue module - the combination is very crisp and will really keep your corals and clams colorful.

Please let us know if you have any further questions.

Sincerely,
The Ecoxotic Team

Thank you for the reply. As a follow-up, for this size tank, would you
suggest it may be better to go with one Panorama Pro w/b Module combined
with 1 or 2 blue stunner strips (vs. 2 Panorama Pro's)? I don't want to
over power the tank with light and perhaps the pro/stunner combo will still
allow me to grow all corals without needing to dim.

Thank you,
Jeff

Dear Jeff,

If you want to grow all corals, go with two modules - one 12K White/445nm Blue and one 445nm Blue. It is a very popular combination for nano-aquariums.

Sincerely,
The Ecoxotic Team

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