1. Satellite Plus Pro LED Aquarium Light Fixture with 24-hour Timer Wireless Control


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    The new Satellite Plus PRO isn’t simply brighter - it’s better in every way. Producing more light, higher color rendition, and offering more control features, it’s simple completeness. Specifically designed for freshwater aquariums, the adjustable full spectrum of light is perfect for strong plant growth while producing vivid colors and brilliant shim-mer effects. More powerful in every aspect than its predecessor, the Satellite Plus PRO is an incredible light that defines a new generation of simplicity. Optimized Brightness Balancing the perfect light spectrum for viewing can be tricky and no one can do it better than you. That’s why we created a higher output light with a fully adjustable color spectrum while keeping your tank (and fish) on a 24-hour rhythmic light cycle. High power, energy efficient SMD LED chips generate high PAR and lumens for strong plant growth and produce stunning shimmer. The 6,500K white LEDs combined with RGB (red, green, blue) provides adjustable color spectrum control for eye-popping color rendition. This powerful combination of color spectrums provides the perfect balance of light for even the most demanding freshwater aquaria and planted aquascapes. Incredible Control Now you can wirelessly program and control just about everything! Seeing dynamic weather effects over your tank is just the beginning! With the integrated 24-hour timer function, you can also program what time to start a gradual sunrise, gentle sunset and both the color spectrum and intensity of your daylight and moonlight. Easy to program, the controller features: • 24 hour on/off time with a 15 minute ramp up (sunrise) and dim down (sunset) • Adjustable day and moonlight color spectrum and intensity • Six dynamic effects and presets including cloud cover, fading lunar, storm and lightning • Easy programming via wireless IR remote or touch key pad • Four freshwater optimized preset colors • Two memory locations for custom color spectrums Thinness Defined Designing a more powerful light fixture without making it bulky was no small task. Incorporating the newest in multi chip SMD LED technology made it possible to create an incredibly powerful light with an extremely sleek and thin aluminum housing. The 120 degree reflector spreads light uniformly and provides excellent color blending. Adjustable docking mounts provide an easy way for quick adaptability and fit a wide variety of aquariums. Extremely safe, the Satellite Plus PRO is IP65 rated for water resistance, low 12VDC voltage and ETL approved to UL1018/CSA Standards. For more information, visit www.current-usa.com

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    • E-Series LED Instructional Video


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      The following video provides instructions for installing the Ecoxotic E-Series LED. Video instructions including mounting, cable connections and programming the LED controller.

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      • 2014-11-24 해수어수조


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        Dongmulnara aquarium fish & shirmp tank

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        • A Visit to the Dallas World Aquarium - Marine Life


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          Footage from my trip to the Dallas World Aquarium some months ago. This is a good portion of the footage I got from the marine life.

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          • 6 days old maroon clownfish eggs


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            After 6 days fish bodies start to get some color patches, still tightly inside the eggs. Almost ready to hatch... Maybe tomorrow?

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            • Puffer Puffed


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              A Stars & Stripes puffer, puffed with air

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              • Day 4 - Dive 3 - North Point


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                North Point is located on the Northern tip of Island No 9 and is at the Northern most part of The Similan Islands. Scattered rocks and large boulders make an interesting site that I have spent years exploring. A large canyon, coral gardens and crack and crevices in the rocks always hold surprises. When it's time, simply make your way to the shallow bay and explore the reef there as a 'working' safety stop.

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                • Day 4 - Dive 2 - Christmas Point


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                  Located on the North Eastern edge of Island No 9, Christmas Point is another dramatic site with large rock formations. However, I like to dive this site by going out and fairly deep to see if there are any sharks laying among the smaller rocks at 30m plus. Remember though that on the way back to the main rock formations close to the island, you must cross a large expanse of fairly featureless sand. So take your compass and don't do it if the visibility is bad.

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                  • Day 4 - Dive 1 - Elephant Head


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                    Also known as Hin Pusa, Elephant Head is located off the Southern tip of Island No 8. This is probably my favorite site on the Similans. It's not an easy site, it consists of huge boulders some stacked on top of each-other creating several 'swim throughs'. Currents here can be very strong as can the swell, and I don't advise this site for the novice diver unless you are sure there is no, or very little current or swell. As we near the end of the dive and become shallower, we are able to get a good view of the site and the huge boulders that make it so awesome.

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                    • Rainforests of the Ocean - HD trailer


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                      Documentary by BasementVision & Alexander Brown. “Rainforests of the Ocean” is a documentary film, which celebrates the conservation efforts of a nation under attack from the world. These low laying islands are bearing the brunt of the rising sea levels we all hear about, but what is happening to the humans that call this place home? What is happening to the marine life that has called this place home since before humans? This film tells the stories of the local fishermen that supply the tuna for your sandwich, to the people battling to educate the world of the destruction that is drowning a nation. The Maldives is home to some of the most beautiful and unique species of fish and coral in the World, but this underwater utopia is set to become a deforested wasteland. Can our Human influence save this ecosystem? Directed by Alexander Brown with BasementVision. In association with the University of Winchester, UK. Thank you to Greenpeace and a few of the Vimeo filmmakers that I have been in contact with for supply a few clips for this trailer. PLEASE visit the following links and share them with your friends. Thank you very much. www.rainforestsoftheocean.co.uk www.indiegogo.com/coralreefs www.facebook.com/basementvision

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