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Old 02-12-2013, 03:07 AM   #1
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Zetlight Nano Touch

Zetlight Nano touch for Nano tank with LPS/Softies

$80 each + Shipping



Item Size in CM: 24 x 21.3 x 10H



LED:
White: 14 pcs x 0.5W 12000k
Blue: 7pcs x 0.5W 450-465NM
Red LED: 3x0.06W
Green LED: 3x0.06W



Easy installation
Simple operation
Small size, light weight, high brightness
Energy saving - low power consumption
Acrylic stands, durability and beauty, enhanced visual effects
5 different lighting effects
Suitable for freshwater fish, marine fish, and coral


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Zetlight Nano 10.8W ( 4 inches above water level)

3" 413
6" 180
12" 50
24" 16
32" 10








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Old 02-12-2013, 03:09 AM   #2
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Hi there,
What is your opinion of 2 of these lights on a 12 gallon long (36"/91cm wide, 9.5"/24cm deep). Only plan to keep zoas/palys.

Also, is there any timer function built into the controller? If not, will the light function properly if plugged into a timer (i.e. will it hold the current mode you have the fixture set on)?
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36" is pushing the limit on this fixture. I tried 2 of them on my 36" long tank and u will have about 2 to. 4 inches on the sides have shadows . Please noted tank is about 16" tall so if ur tank is any shallower than that might have more shadow on sides. The light is perfect for softies in my opinion . As for timer, it doesnt have builtin timer but it works fine with external timer, it will resume on the previous setting when power up again.
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What about for.a 36 gal bow front what do you suggest I was thinking of just going and buying a t5 high output rates to grow with actinic blue pet stores says it will grow fine just have to replace bulbs more than led
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What about for.a 36 gal bow front what do you suggest I was thinking of just going and buying a t5 high output rates to grow with actinic blue pet stores says it will grow fine just have to replace bulbs more than led
This will come down to the exact dimension for your tank and wat live stock you keeping.
T5 is always good choice until you looking for upgrade in certain area.
Maybe you want the shimmering look
Maybe you don't want to spend the time on the trip to buy replacement bulb. (*trust me, a lot of people do it every 6 to 12 months when first start, but as time moves on that 6 to 12 months feeling shorter and shorter and then people just stop doing it)
Maybe you want to have more control over the light with dimming etc.
Keep in mind T5 will need higher watts to give you the similar output LED usually can produce. So amount of light bulb change would depend on that.
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30 "L x15"Wx21"H are demensions
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I think PAR38 is a lot better for your size, maybe couple of them or a 24" fixture if you go with LED. again it depend on your live stock, keeping soft coral only means you don't need a lot of T5 watt/gallon. If you thinking doing SPS or anything then it would be more, same thing goes with planted tank, however, cost for planted freshwater fixture is pretty low cost.
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Would these work for a 75 gallon? 48" long x 24" deep
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