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Postby Rueg on Wed Aug 19, 2015 11:33 am

While I ended up not buying anything from them (JBJ keeps replacing the light strips that burn out in my 28 gallon Nano-cube), I was impressed with the speed of their replies and knowledge. It is somewhere to check out if you are looking for a LED kit or parts.

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Re: RapidLED

Postby Jake on Wed Oct 07, 2015 7:30 am

I have bought from them before. I was very happy with everything
Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.
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Re: RapidLED

Postby electraglide999 on Wed Oct 07, 2015 10:32 pm

Also had great experience with RapidLED. My DIY fixture are still going strong, all LED still working just like new.

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Finally got these somewhat done, Yeah I still have plans for some upgrades. Sure did take me a long time to get them done with life and work. But in all, I am really happy with them. I had my heat sinks anodized. I did have one incident where a metal screw fell into one of my drivers when plugged in, Yep -Had to buy a replacement driver #-o $40 bucks down the drain...... I done tons of research, but this design is what I like most due to the acrylic covers. I just love the idea where I can fix and customize them myself if wanted :D

Build list from rapid led

4 10K Ohm Linear Potentiometer
2 10V AC Adapter
2 Y-HK Y-shaped Hanging Kit
2 XPE-BLU-80-LENS CREE XP-E Blue 3W LED with 80 degree White Lens
1 48-KIT-R5-Dimmable 48 Ultra Premium LED DIY Kit with Dimmable Drivers
2 XPG-NW-80-LENS-WHITE cREE XP-G Neutral White 3W LED with 80 degree White Lens



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