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Old 01-17-2010, 05:30 PM   #1
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Product Spotlight: Aquarium Lamps

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GE Starcoat 6,500K T5 HO Fluorescent Lamps.
3 sizes available, 24" (24W), 36" (39W), & 48" (54W).


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Old 01-17-2010, 05:30 PM   #2
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IceCap T5 High Output Aquarium Lamps

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IceCap ACTINIC 420nm T5 Aquarium Lamps.

420nm peak with a bright actinic/blue appearance when driven by IceCap 430 or IceCap 660 ballast. Designed to maximize coral fluorescence and make livestock colors pop. Can also be used for dawn/dusk applications.

IceCap DEEPWATER 14,000K T5 Aquarium Lamps.

White lamp with a strong actinic/blue component when driven by IceCap 430 or IceCap 660 ballast. Great for fish-only applications as well as reef displays focused on deeper water corals.

IceCap MIDWATER 12,000K T5 Aquarium Lamps.

Crisp white lamp with some subtle pink highlights when driven by IceCap 430 or IceCap 660 ballast. The pink/actinic highlights of the lamp help bring out the reds and pinks in fish, corals and coralline algae.

IceCap REEFCREST 10,000K T5 Aquarium Lamps.

Burns bright white much like the sun in the tropics when driven by IceCap 430 or IceCap 660 ballast. Designed for maximum growth of shallow water species.

IceCap TWILIGHT 460nm T5 Aquarium Lamps.

460nm peak with a rich, royal blue appearance when driven by IceCap 430 or IceCap 660 ballast. Great for bringing out the colors in both fish and corals and for simulating dawn/dusk effect.


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ATI T5 High Output Aquarium Lamps

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ATI Aquablue Special 12,000K T5 Lamps.

Combines the properties of a Blue bulb with a full-spectrum daylight bulb producing a color temperature of approximately 12000K. Great as a stand-alone bulb or in combination with an Blue Plus or Actinic Blue 03 bulb.

ATI Blue Plus + T5 HO Aquarium Lamps.

Combines the properties of a Blue bulb with a Actinic Blue 03 bulb producing a unique spectrum that encourages both bluing in SPS corals and fluorescence in capable corals. Also helps balance out a washed-out/yellow hued tank. Great as a supplement to metal halides or in combination with a 6500K Sun Pro or Aquablue Special bulb.

ATI True Actinic 03 T5 HO Aquarium Lamps.

100% "actinic blue" bulb which produces a spectrum that peaks at 420nm producing a spectrum that encourages ultimate fluorescence and coral enhancement in capable corals. Recommended Use: as a supplement to metal halides or in combination with other T5 bulbs.


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