Haha, unfortunatly no.. They delivered the wrong order first. I tested the Skyled leds on the tank, but I did not liked the color. Same for arcadia wich I later did receive and tested on my Histrionica tank.Hi Tijl, did you install the Arcadia lights you had ordered? If so, what do you think of them?
I love the tank, so pleasant to look at
I was wrong, apparrently they all are dimmable. Skylight just don't offer the dimmers themselves yet. But you can use the correct module for it.
I agree! Aquascaping esthetic rules are at least 30% of an aquarium should be shaded. I feel the same for vivariums.Cool! Outside of bromeliads (which I don’t always use) most of the plants I use really look their best in surprisingly low light; dimmable lights are now one of the first things I look for.
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I hadn't seen that before, but it makes sense. The environments the frogs come from have plenty of shade and dappling anyway, so I imagine they may feel more at home, too. I do see plenty of activity right after lights out, so they're obviously comfortable navigating a dim forest floor.I agree! Aquascaping esthetic rules are at least 30% of an aquarium should be shaded. I feel the same for vivariums.
Even if these leds would not be able to dim, the Tiny RV's are realy easy to position and create bright or shaded spots. I realy like these.