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Old 03-29-2014, 10:37 PM   #1
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Will this light do?

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And anemones.
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Old 03-29-2014, 10:44 PM   #2
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Yes. Will do fine.
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Old 03-29-2014, 10:46 PM   #3
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I would consider an anemone in the same light needing family as sps.
That light may do the trick, but you might have issues with a nem. Not sure if you have nems or you were saying you DONT have them, wasnt clear to me in the post. lol
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Sorry Carey I have had a nem for bout a year now and was thinking of switching to LEDs I'm running a quad t5 hO right now tank is fine just time for bulb replacement and LEDs are the way to go and just so cheap now also
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Just make sure you don't blast the anemone with light right away. Can you dim this fixture?
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No not that I can see it is not dimmable. I would do the eBay 120 watt units but I have 14 foot ceilings and don't want to drill into my walls either. I think there is some sort of tank mount can't find them though?
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Yes, you can attach something to the back of your stand and hang it from that. They have mounts available for this purpose, but I would suggest just going to lowes or home depot and buying some conduit or pvc and making your own.
This below was just a piece of conduit I bent (right there at the store) and painted, then attached to the back of the stand with some pipe brackets-
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Wow too easy thanks X that's the route I'm going!
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