It is what it is my man, the question was, is that light sufficient to grow SPS
, and the answer is yes, it is sufficient. They prefer the Bluer range of the LEDs, and most if not often enough, you don't even need any of the white light range to grow them at all. Dealing with the LEDs and knowing what it takes to get corals to grow are to totally different things.
If your spot light grows algae, is it just a straight up white led
spot?? And who would use a 50w spot lamp for an led
in their tank?? You'd have to have that thing 5' off the tank so you didn't cook anything.
A lot of SPS
growers have gone back to the Halides, as they have a better light for SPS