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YOU GET A PAR!! AND YOU GET A PAR!! AND

Koaan

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Let me preface this with an apology to all UK / EU readers 😕 this is from a US dealer and I do not know if they ship outside North America.

That being said:

Who wants lights? Who doesn't want lights, everyone wants lights 😁😁😁

How about a 48" full WRGB for $108? Or 12" for $48, 36" for $88.

A rebranded Micmol G3 Aqua Air, pretty slick to look at, and no fans.

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So what's the catch?

For some reason BRS is not offering the Wi-Fi module for this light 🙄 so you have to order that extra part direct from MicMol for $59 shipped. Works a treat! Got to me in less than a week, and MicMol customer support could not have been more helpful and responsive. Full four Channel support automation everything you could want.

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Now this is a relatively modest unit, it's no Chihiros WRGB Photon Torpedo. But Photone measures 400 PAR in air at 4" to the surface, 80 PAR at 23".

For $168 for a 48" unit.

I'm just sayin.
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Im using the Micmol Master fixture. Its great as such
Have you tried a ramp up and ramp down timer ? I can set it but it kind of does its own thing. I tried different permutations and combinations but none of them worked perfectly.
What I mean is, if I set a 30 minute or one hour window to ramp up or down, it takes longer than the set amount of time to complete it. Starting intensity % doesnt affect it, neither does setting intensity "milestones" in between that period.
 
Im using the Micmol Master fixture. Its great as such
Have you tried a ramp up and ramp down timer ? I can set it but it kind of does its own thing. I tried different permutations and combinations but none of them worked perfectly.
What I mean is, if I set a 30 minute or one hour window to ramp up or down, it takes longer than the set amount of time to complete it. Starting intensity % doesnt affect it, neither does setting intensity "milestones" in between that period.
Hmmm some software has a pre-programmed ramp period. Like 15 min or 30 min.

BUT doesn't seem like it..
Different light but timers should work the same way.
But there are different versions.
Instructions


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Actually if you go to the pre-set charts they sort of don't make sense either..
 
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Hmmm some software has a pre-programmed ramp period. Like 15 min or 30 min.

BUT doesn't seem like it..
Different light but timers should work the same way.
But there are different versions.
Instructions


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Actually if you go to the pre-set charts they sort of don't make sense either..
There is an "Acclimatisation" mode which has built in ramp up/down but its not very customizable in terms of setting the channels. The ramp period is also too long so either it extends well past the time I want the light to be off or I need to be ok with the peak intensity photoperiod being shorter. I guess I have to live with the custom setting I managed to input. Its not bad or anything, just a little weird
 
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