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TWO 165W 2-Channel Chinese LED Lights w/remote

I switched to two Kessil 360WE's for a cleaner look on my new rimless tank. I used these for about 9 months and they worked great and I was able to grow acros and other SPS. Max % used was blue at 60% and full spectrum at 30%. Both come with the remote, original box, power cord, and hanging harness.


$75 each or both for $125


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●There are 2 different dimming channels,Built-in-Digital-Timer System to control two channels separately.

● Channel 1: Cool white(10000-16000K),Neutral white(6500-7500K),Green 520nm and Deep red 660nm.

● Channel 2: Blue 470nm and Roy Blue 450nm,Violet 400nm-420nm

● For a 14K output with both channels at the maximum intensity.

● Each fixture measures 16" longX8.5" wideX2.5" tall and covers a 24" cube for SPs, and a 36" long area for SPS in the middle, and LPs/softies on the edges. They consume about 110 watts at full power and,55 watts at half power.

● The light is dimmable by timer remote controller,light intensity adjustable from 0% to 100%. As with all of our fixtures, they are kept cool with silent cooling fans and come with our 1 year USA warranty.

Key Features:

● MH Comparison:1X250watt

● The light is full spectrum with our proprietary layout,which is contributed by thousands of Reef/Central members,has years of success.

● Specialized for SPS/LPS coral reef and freshwater/saltwater aquarium tank.

● 90 degree lens thereby to penetrate the depth of water.

● Active cooling System: silent cooling fans and heat sink

● All LEDs with a Zener inside to ensure one LED goes out the rest continue to operate

● Plug and Use, Power Plug Type: US Plug
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So do they ramp up and down or just turn each Channel on and off on timer?

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So do they ramp up and down or just turn each Channel on and off on timer?

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No ramp, just timer control for the 2 channels where you specify on/off times and intensity of each channel.

I had the blue (Channel 1) come on an hour or two before turning both on.
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I have the same ones and was skeptical...but have had no problems and actually think have had more growth with my SPS than t5 glws!
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Still have the lights?
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Still have the lights?
Sorry, the lights have been sold.
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