New style-amazing soul mate for your tank-150w Pixie 150

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  1. Darlene123

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    Hello guys, Lumini released some wonderfull new lights recently. Especially I would like to introduce Pixie 150 to you guys.:D This model is with unique design, slim body. The biggest advantage of this light is the equally-distributed illumination, we use high power COB led source, multiple colors are mixed very well, absolutely no light spot. This light is bright enough to light up 90cm long and 70cm wide tank.
    http://www.luminiaqua.com/pixie150/.
    Mail: info@luminiaqua.com

    Firstly, let's check some pics of Lumini Pixie 150.
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    Specifications:http://www.luminiaqua.com/pixie150-specs/
    Power draw: 150w
    Suitable tank: 90cm(L)*(60~75)cm(W)
    Noise level: 27db
    Dissipation: passive cooling, PWM-controlled smart fans

    Dimension:
    Length: 12.2 inches/30.9cm
    Width: 5.5 inches/14.0cm
    Height: 1.29 inches/3.3cm
    Weight: 2.65 pounds/1.2kg
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    Control ability:
    Latest DMX control technology, 4 programmable channels, wifi control on Android and iOS devices; timing and dimming; sunrise, sunset, moonlight, storm, lunar cycle simulation.
    Built-in 2.4G module enable you to link multiple lights together without data cable, only power cable is connected to the light, wireless daisy chain.
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    At 70x90 cm coverage, in inches this is almost 3' wide by over 2" long. One of these would be sufficient for a 3'x2' tank? I just happen to be in the market for just that size coverage.....

    Can it be hung from overhead?
     
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    In looking at the fixture, it uses about 40 3w LEDs in each of the pods, and a total of about 150w. The would seem to put the fixture about equal to a EcoTech Radion XR30w or the AI Hydra 52 HD, so it should be a good light fixture.

    The pods do seem to be curved, rather than flat, so they might spread the light better.

    However, I think it's a bit of hype to say that a 150w fixture is going to illuminate a 70x90 cm (27x35 inch area. While it might light up an area that large, and do it evenly, it's going to be too little light for things like SPS corals and clams. Just to give you an idea, I run 4 AI hydra 52's over my 125 gal reef (18x72 inches), and I have mostly soft corals. However that light would be enough for SPS and clams.

    To actually light up a 3x2 foot tank for SPS, I'd say that you'd need at least two of them, and 3 might be better.
     
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