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time to ramp up the LEDs


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    Default time to ramp up the LEDs

    First of the "fine tuning questions"

    SO can I get some suggestions on how slowly to acclimate my stuff to these new lights. I have started them at about 20% power what do you all think about 10% increase per week till they are "looking" as bright as I would like? Is that too slow, too fast or just right. Tell me about what you did Tom

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    That should be ok, but don't judge your stopping point by visual brightness. Your eye is a poor judge. Let your tank show you if it needs more light or not.

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