Dorry Pets Distributor of Plasma Lights in South Africa

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    Hi Guys

    We are now the Distributors of Stray Light Optical Plasmas in South Africa

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    We are aiming for a few differnant markets like the following:
    *Roadway
    *Area
    *Architectural
    *Billboard
    *Towers and Arrays
    *Industrial
    *Horticulture
    *Aquarium


    So here we promote the Seashine Plasma Light for aquarium use

    The Base Unit includes the following:

    *Manual Dimming Knob
    *Thermal Block( 0-10Volt so that you can add a controller to the light

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    For the first 6 months we will be running a Promotion on Seashine Aquarium Plasma Lights designed for aqaurium use for only R12000 normal price R14500
     
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    We are also bringing in the Seashine Aquarium Plasma Lights with Reef Bright LEDs

    We will be testing them once they landed, and prices will be out once all tests has been done

    Here with how it is going to look:

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    Specs will follow below
     
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    We need way more specs dude
     
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    See some of the specs are Blury( Sorry About that)...i will add some more specs later
     
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    Here with the Post made about the Pros and the cons by schaun about the Plasmas


    Pros:

    1. Plasma is based on Solid-state technology like LEDs. So you get the same type of hours out of out of them as with LEDs.
    2. Gives out more lumens per Watt than LEDs
    3. The most natural light out there. Gives a full light spectrum very close to sunlight.
    4. It gives a natural shimmer like you cannot believe. Divers would love this light as it gives you the feel of diving. So corals can use witch ever light wavelength they need, because of the complete natural feel you get happier and healthier livestock.You get more corals and fish surviving in your system because of the natural light.
    5. You get 28% more growth than with the top LEDs out there.
    6. Almost all of the light generated get to the corals.


    7. You can dim them up to 20%. This means that you can do a complete natural day. Starting in the morning, going up to 100% to midday leaving it there for 2 hours and bringing it back to 20% for dusk.
    8. It has a CRI colour rendering index of 95
    9. Very cheap to run as I only need 4 of them for the entire tank. And so cost effective to buy.(system 2000x1500mm)
    10. You can set the light to any Calvin between 20000K and 5780K
    There e are lots more but this post is starting to get to long.
     
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    Size tank? Do you mean 4 at R12000 each? That's 48 000 BIG GORRILAS!:cursing:
     
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    go and check out Schaun's system. He needs 4.
     
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    :tt2: LOL so ill need 6 eish
     
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    Lost intrest. (Price)
     
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    So for my tank, will need two, 1200 mm x 700 mm x 450 mm? Then only R24K, sounding better, but still out of my range.
     
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    Is the spread not 1.2x1.2???
     
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    Then only one! that's very doable, double time on selling my body.:whistling:
     
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    Am i getting my maths wrong, I calculate this at 54 lumens per watt?
     
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