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Old 03-04-2014, 12:37 PM   #21
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Even though the watt/g rule doesnt really apply for leds, would one of these 120w led be enough to grow almost anything(acro) in a 35g 32" long by 14 deep by 18 high tank?
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Even though the watt/g rule doesnt really apply for leds, would one of these 120w led be enough to grow almost anything(acro) in a 35g 32" long by 14 deep by 18 high tank?
Yes it can
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Amazing thanks for the info!
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Amazing thanks for the info!
Here ya go

120w Dimmable LED
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I got the Fluval Sea full spectrum Marine and Reef.

Product Review: Hagen Fluval Sea LED Light - reefs.com


but im not sure how the lighting works with LED, i use 4x T5ho on my FW planted tanks.
Just a FYI on this fixture:

The product review here-
Product Review: Hagen Fluval Sea LED Light - reefs.com
states that the fixture was checked using a Seneye PAR meter. Unfortunately, this meter is inaccurate.

This statement is taken from a reviewer of the Seneye meter on another site-
It's measuring things that really don't matter. And the light measurements are terribly inaccurate when compared to a real Par meter (I compared vs Apogee and found it to be about 30-40% higher)

IMO, I would not want this over a coral tank, unless it was softies.
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IMO, I would not want this over a coral tank, unless it was softies.
Same here. I like some of the Fluval heaters and filters but as far as lighting goes I would not put it over my tank unless it was all soft corals and may be some chalices.
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Thanks for your advice! I will be waiting a bit befor changing to leds but when i do ill make sure to make it right And the price to have a clear mind
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