To clarify, I'm referring to this mount:It can swap out for the 2 arm setup if you have it but also can run with their new sincgle articulating mount.
This is the new single arm mount, and the price isn’t much more than 1 of the older arms, significantly less than buying 2 of the older arms:To clarify, I'm referring to this mount:
The AP700 Canopy Mount kit will allow the Kessil AP700 to mount to he inside of most canopies. The extension legs will be able to mount to the sides or top of your canopy and firmly suspend the AP700 LED Aquarium light. Fits tanks from 36" to 48"www.bulkreefsupply.com
That's not for a canopyThis is the new single arm mount, and the price isn’t much more than 1 of the older arms, significantly less than buying 2 of the older arms:
Adjust your light to the orientation best suited for your tank. The new AP9X Mounting Arm lets the fixture be mounted with a single arm - delivering the most light spread from a single arm mount fixture on the market. The integrated swivel joint allows 60 degrees of vertical rotation and 180...www.bulkreefsupply.com
I didn’t say or try to imply it was. The earlier discussion was about how they went from 2 mounting arms to 1 mounting arm. Then you shared a link to the old canopy mount (not the arm) which I doubt works with the new light, so I shared a link to what we were talking about with the mounting arm for the new light. I don’t know how the new light mounts to canopies, it’s not obvious from the retail description.That's not for a canopy
The spread is insane and the par is anywhere you really want it to be which is nice. They added some new colors to the cluster making it look better and give that pop most of us are looking for. A single mounting arm is a pretty clean look as well. Overall this light is worth the cost where as the AP700 was certainly dated in its price range.What do you like better about it?