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Old 04-02-2013, 03:40 AM   #1
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Will a 36" t5's fixture will be enough for a 48" tank to grow corals
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Depends on how many bulbs and wattage of the bulbs. I believe you may be okay for some lower light stuff. Not really sure though.
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The height of your tank will also depend on the answer. The taller the tank, the less light reaching the bottom if you place corals at the bottom.
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The fixture I'm looking at has 4 bulbs and the tank is a. 55 2' deep
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