I'm just wondering out of curiosity.. could I keep almost anything with these lights?
Just for reference I have:
(2) x 54W T5 HO
Fluorescent 12,000k White Daylight Bulbs Offers Natural Sunlight.
(2) x 54W Blue Actinic Bulbs-Health of Marine Corals and Invertebrates.
(4) Pairs, 8 Blue-Moonlight LEDs for Night Time Viewing, Save Electricity.
10,000 Lumens-High Outputs (2 x 54 Watt) x 5,000 Lumens Full Spectrum of Light.
High Power Output T5 Bulbs with Life Expectancy Up to 24,000 Hours.
Build in Internal Double Arc Reflector and Detachable Light Holders.
German Designed Aluminum Reflector for Maximum Lighting Effect.
Non-Corrosive White Powder Coated Aluminum Housing Steel Light.
Clear Acrylic Shield for Protecting the Light from Water Splashing.
I read that anemones and stony corals require very high lights. I just want to know my hardware limits.
It is a 55g tank about 20" deep for more information