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Help with led light

Discussion in 'Aquarium Hardware' started by Ttw, Dec 23, 2016.

  1. Ttw

    Ttw Active Member 5 Year Member

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    I have a Finnex Planted plus cliplight that has a burned out driver. Does anyone know the specifications for this driver so I can replace it?
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    How Long Have You Had it?

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    Ttw Active Member 5 Year Member

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    About a year and a half.
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    Bit late reply, but I had a Finnex with broken PS. It was a 15V constant-voltage PS so I just got another one from Mean Well of a bit higher wattage than the old. The only thing that matters for these lights is voltage must match and wattage should meet or exceed requited (but don't exceed by too much to avoid extra cost and lower efficiency). My own DIY LED lights use constant current drivers which are a whole different story.
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    Ttw Active Member 5 Year Member

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    Thanks for the reply. I got a replacement PS from Finnex and soldered it into place. Works well.

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