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Northman49
I have a 30 gal aquarium and want to replace the present on/off light bar with something programmable to simulate sunrise/sunset with out the on/off shock. I saw this on the "Zone...anybody have experience with these?
 Thanks

     https://www.amazon.com/Aquarium-Programmable-Extendable-Waterproof-12-18inch/dp/B086ST5KJB     
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SteveRetherford
i just use an appliance timer , there cheap , set the hours you like and thats it .  they are re inventing the light bulb industry with LED lights galore , some i like cuz they reduce the heat output . but not the prices ???

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Northman49
I have one of those Steve, but we are in the 21st century.😊
She was only a moonshiner's daughter, but I loved her still.

I keep my tools sharp...but my mind sharper!
  Ed
                 ICCC no.1880
                 CANADIAN BLUES Member #023
     
                  Mil-spec ops #1982
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SteveRetherford
i service numerous aquariums and some of the clients have these or something similar . it can really change or improve the colors of the  fish n such over fluorescent lights ,,,,, i like em . but dont have em here :-)
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Bob1774
Used to have aquariums, and found your question interesting and makes sense to have lights that fade, and now low LED voltage.  I always wondered about those hoods with 110v and two incandescent lights above the water, without any GFI protection, but I never heard of anyone getting electrocuted!
With a little searching, the term you want to use is "ramp timers," which are programmable and fade for sunrise/sunset, plus can simulate cloud movement and lightening.  Lots of options out there in pet stores and aquarium supply places.  Geez, would that be one more thing to change for daylight savings twice a year, or maybe they are pre-programmed!
Bob
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Northman49
I already have a LED aquarium light connected to a  mechanical on/off timer. Would a ramp timer added to the DC output do what I want?  Do I have to specify wattage of lamp?
   https://www.amazon.ca/NICREW-Aquarium-ClassicLED-BrightLED-Connectors/dp/B07L64J9LC/ref=pd_lpo_19
She was only a moonshiner's daughter, but I loved her still.

I keep my tools sharp...but my mind sharper!
  Ed
                 ICCC no.1880
                 CANADIAN BLUES Member #023
     
                  Mil-spec ops #1982
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scl
i have what steve has with no trouble.  found a 45 high tank at a thrift shop that will fit my stand, mine cracked, and have all the filters and things.
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