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Freshwater Aquarium LED Module Project

Jellyfish Aquarium Project using Super Nova 4 LED modules
Jellyfish Aquarium Project using Super Nova 4 LED modules


Our client Tom used our LED Module Lights to illuminate this freshwater aquarium in a doctor's office waiting room. Our Super Nova 4 RGB LED modules shine down in to the tank from above and are mated to a RGB Controller with RF Remote to allow for the adjustment of over 16 million vivid colors. Super Nova 4 White LED Modules round out the project with convenient cove lighting. All LED Modules used in the project are then powered by a high quality 12VDC Power Supply.The ultimate purpose of this project was to use the versatility of our high quality Super Nova 4 RGB LED modules to illuminate the extra special contents of the freshwater aquarium; each "jellyfish" seen in the freshwater tank is actually a result of about 40 hours of handmade craftsmanship from a company in Japan. With the combination of two excellent products, the Super Nova 4 Modules and the artificial Japanese jellyfish, the end result is a lifelike artificial sea animal highlighted beautifully by our premier backlight module.


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