I have a rather simple question on whether or not this type of lighting would work on my 20-gallon long nano tank. also, i currently can not post a link due to not having posted more than 5 times. I will try to include the information as much as I can. so I have been looking at...
I have a 10 gallon reef aquarium that is 20 x 10 x 12 which is housing live rock and orange mushroom corals with a clown fish that I am looking for an LED light for. I was thinking about a par38 bulb but I was not sure if that would cover the entire tank without shadows. I now have a light that...
Would this bulb work for my 10 gallon reef tank? I'm only planning on having softies and maybe some lps, the dimensions are 20 long, 10 wide, 12 deep,
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Hello. I am using Marineland "Reef Capable" lights for my 29G tank, and I do not like them. I am considering getting couple PAR38 bulbs on snake head fixtures. Does anyone have any experience with them ? Would they be good for a 29G reef tank ?
So I think it's high time I upgrade my system. I'm coming up to the one-year point, and for my 20 gallon tank's birthday I might give it a 10-gallon sump.
I'm eyeballing the Eshopps nano overflow, which is rated at 200GPH, which will be a nice 10x turnover rate through the...
I've been following a lot of build threads recently, and I can't seem to figure out why more people aren't using Par38 LEDs to light their tanks. Ebay seems to be filled with high-quality LEDs (Bridgelux or Cree) in a Par38 factor, at ridiculous prices.
Am I wrong in thinking you can just slap...
So I've seen these LED bulbs a lot around the web but I'm a little confused about them and was wondering if any of you had any answers/experience.
When they say par38 they are not referring to the Photosynthetically Active Radiation are they? I...
I know this has been covered tons but it seems like everything I find to look at or research makes no sense to me. I realize not much of this hobby is one size fits all if you will but I'm looking for a step in a clearer direction. My previous set up was a 29 gallon lit by an aquatic life t5 30"...
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I was at the hardware store and I noticed they're selling what they say are PAR38 bulbs. These are LED bulbs that seem to be made up solely with white LEDs. They have warm white, cool white etc spectrum.
I've read that between 5000k and 6500k is the best spectrum...