Ok, my project is to add lighting to my aquarium to accommodate coral in my marine tank. I've been visiting and getting in contact with the people at RapidLED and am looking at this kit with some modifications: http://www.rapidled.com/solderless-biocube-8-dimmable-retrofit-kit/
My modifications would be that I have 10 LEDs, 5 white and 5 blue (Possibly 6w and 4b, not fully sure yet) and I would use 2 dimmable drivers of this model: http://www.rapidled.com/mean-well-eln-60-27p-dimmable-driver/ instead of the driver it says it comes with. They claim it works with Arduino boards. The idea is to make the LEDs dim down at night and leave only the blue LEDs on to mimic moonlight and then brighten back up during the day for sunlight. May add some flickering effects for show, but that's still TBD.
My question is, how would I go about connecting those two dimmable drivers, (ELN-60-27P) into an Arduino UNO? This currently is all the equipment I have: (Bought a starter kit) http://www.amazon.com/Sparkfun-Inventors-professional-Arduino-retail/dp/B005FMNJ3S/ref=sr_1_16?ie=UTF8&qid=1352409863&sr=8-16&keywords=Arduino+UNO
Would I need to buy other components to get it to connect or plug straight in or would the UNO even be able to handle it? I'm still a little new at the electronics aspect of this. Programming it should be fun though. Any advice would be awesome, Thanks!