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    Hi there!

    Anybody did connect a Mars Aqua led lamp to a Profilux controller?

    If you did it...did you find the way to mod the Mars Aqua dimmer to start at 0% and not at about 20% as factory setting?
    It would be nice to dim at 0% and ramping it up and down for a natural sunrise/sunset as the program in Profilux allow to do...

    I found a post here but is 3 years old and nobody answers...also through PM...

    https://forum.aquariumcomputer.com/s...x-dimmen/page2

    Hope to hear a solution at this issue...

    Danke!🦑

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    Nobody?

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    I'm sure someone would like to help you. I couldn't figure out how to dim the lamp either. Is there an official manual from the manufacturer that you can post here'?

    Regards pit

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    Hi Pit!

    Danke für die antwort...

    You are the one who opened the other thread in 2016...Aren’t you?
    I wrote some days ago a PM...

    So since 2016 you didn’t find any solution?

    Don’t you have a manual from your Mars Aqua lamp?

    I have but this is not much helpful...

    I wrote in another forum from USA and I talked to a member who has skill in electronics (I really don’t know anything about it!)...and he said it is no possible to dim under 10% the Mars Aqua...You can mod wiring by connect RJ12 cable for the controller...but not dim at 0%.
    But I’m still working for this issue with him...so if I should have any news I will advise you.

    So here in the GHL forum we are the only ones who want to dim Mars Aqua from 0% to 100% ?

    Anyway...in these 3 years did you connect your Profilux to Mars Aqua?
    You can do it but of course you will start a sunrise at 10-15% and you will end with a sunset ramping down at 10%-15% only...till a solution to dim at 0% will be find...

    Gruß

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