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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 1:46 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 Hi  Shelly,
 Thanks  for  your  suggestion.   
 With  the  suggestion  of  you  people  only,  I  am  doing  all  this.   I  have  gone  through  your  cooling  fans  which  was  kept  45  degree  to  the  water.   I  tried  to  keep  the  two  fans  simply  fixed  on  a  wooden  reaper  and  I  have  seen  the  change  of  mercury  level.      Now,   just  I  have  tried  now,  and  there  is  no  change  in  the  temperature.   The  fans  are  running  for  24  hrs.  Any  how  I  will  come  back  to  you,  if  in  case  it  is  failed.   Once  again,  thanks  a  lot  Shelly.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 1:46 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 Hi  Thuds,
 The  size  of  the  tank  is  18”  x  12”  x  12”.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 1:46 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 Hi  Worlimen,  
 Thank  You  very  much.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 1:47 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 Hi  Ruchit,
 Yes.   Its  just  a  trial.   If  it  is  not  succeeded.   I  will  come  back  by  keeping  the  fans  in  horizontal  position.   Till  now  I  am  maintaining  the  same  temperature.  The  fans  are  running  for  24  hrs.   Thanks  for  your  suggestion  and  guidance.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 1:47 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 Hi  Sujo,
 I  am  the  follower  of  some  people  like  you  in  our  IAH.   Without  you  people,  I  could  not  step  further.
 Option  1:   I  have  already  tried  by  tying  two  fans,  perpendicular  to  the  tank,  both  the  inner  and  outer  blow  of  the  air.   After  wards  I  kept  the  two  fans  on  the  back  top  of  the  aquarium,  by  blowing  the  air  towards  the  water.   In  this  method,  my  mercury  level  is  reducing  a  lot.
 
 Option  2:   I  will  try  this  now.   But  a  small  doubt.   When  the  air  blows  over  the  water,  the  water  evaporate.   As  per  your  drawing,  it  is  perpendicular  to  the  tank.   I  will  try  and  post  further.   Thanks  a  lot  Sujo.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 2:19 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 good  work  Sir   Thumb Up  I  will  copy   it  Chuckle
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 2:59 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 Hi  Garothmaan,  
 Thank  You  and  God  Bless  You.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 3:18 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 Simple  and  beautiful  DIY  sir   Cheering  
 
 LED  is  Quite  inspiring.  What  is  the  lumen  of  these  LED's?  and  where  did  you  buy  this?  Can  you  pls  pm.
 
 Couple  of  suggestions,
 
 I  would  say  add  more  space  between  hood  and  fan,  this  allows  the  fan  to  blow  maximum  air  towards  water  surface.
 Next,  what  are  you  trying  to  do  with  the  filter  outlet?  Are  you  blocking  it?  if  you  think  the  current  is  fast,  you  can  either  turn  it  against  glass(long  run  this  could  challenge  your  tank/glass  strength)  or  get  multiple  outputs  to  project  in  different  directions  or  project  it  towards  the  water  column.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 5:10 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 Very  nice.  Will  try  the  same.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 8:24 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 Hi  GokulK,
 Thank  You  for  your  comments.
 LED:   This  is  10W  LED  Flood  Light,  white  (6500  K)  Chinese  make  with  no  guarantee/warrantee  regarding  Lumens  I  don't  know.  and  no  details  with  this  Flood  Light.
 This  is  purchased  from:  
 M/s  Meenakshi  Lights  (22340408,  41140497)  Mr.  Chenaram  (9449550408)
 41,  Hanuman  Complex,  Malikaarjuna  Temple  Street,  BVK  Iyengar  Road  Cross,  Bangalore.53.
 The  cost  is  Rs.3xx.00  for  10W  LED
 The  length  of  the  Aquarium  is  18”  and  the  fans  is  fixed  keeping  maximum  space  with  the  hood.
 Regarding  the  filter,  this  is  a  DIY  spraybar,  which  has  connected  through  a  PVC  tube  with  the  outlet  of  filter  and  the  water  force  is  reduced  making  3mm  holes  for  the  length  of  8”  pipe,  faced  towards  the  wall  of  the  aquarium.   The  force  is  reduced  now.
 Thank  You  for  your  suggestion.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 8:25 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 Hi  dfdjn
 All  the  Best.   God  Bless  You.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:35 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 @nair:  Sir,  why  don't  you  try  to  use  a  5W  CFL  or  may  be  a  9W/11W  spiral,  which  would  help  to  increase  the  brightness  inside  the  tank..?!
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:50 pm Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 That  is  a  nice  DIY  work  Sir.  Thanks  for  the  share  Smile
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 Hi  Keluthi,  
 This  tanks  is  only  for  the  purpose  of  trial  to  keep  the  plants,  and  want  to  know   whether  the  LED  Flood  Light  is  sufficient  or  not.   To  my  little  knowledge,  I  have  kept  moss,  anubias  only.   In  my  main  tank,  which  is  being  run  by  72W  DIY  PLL  for  8  hrs.,  Ehem  2217  for  24/7  and  CO2  for  eight  hours  say  20  mins.  before  the  lights  on  and  20  min.  before  the  lights  off.  Whatever  the  plants  I  am  trimming  from  the  main  plant  I  want  to  keep  it  in  the  trial  tank  and  want  to  know  the  situation.   
 Already  I  have  lost  around  12  varieties  of  plants  during  my  absence  at  Hyderabad,  the  tank  was  running  only  on  72W  PLL.     Now  I  have  been  left  with  5  varieties.
 Previously  I  was  using  13W  spiral,  then  10  W  cfl.  But  now  it  is  running  with  2  x  10W  Led  Flood   Lights.  In  my  situation  on  plannted  aquarium  now  I  want  to  quote  yours.
 "Whether  we  like  it  or  not  the  change  has  occurred,  and  try  to  change  the  changes"
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 12:00 am Post subject: Re: DIY : All Low Cost PVC, 10W LED Flood Light x2 & PC Reply with quote

 Hi  Najib,
 Thank  You  Very  much.
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