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Old 06-28-2013, 12:43 PM   #11
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It's a 29 biocube I believe it's 18L 14w 16h
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Old 06-28-2013, 12:48 PM   #12
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It's a 29 biocube I believe it's 18L 14w 16h
I dont think even 2 will be strong enough. Anemones need a lot of light. For that size of a tank, I'd recommend getting 2 ecoxotic panarama pro (not the stunners), or getting a jbj unibody.

You could probably grow a lot types of coral with 1 ecoxotic, but you probably need 2 for the anemone.
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I dont think you can keep an anemone or many types of coral under that light.
It saids that it's a "3 watt led". But it doesn't say if it's 3 watts per bulb or 3 watts in total. However based on the price of the product (around $40 on ebay), I'm guessing that it's 3 watts total. Even if you have a shallow tank, you won't be able to keep something that demands a lot of light like an anemone. You might be able to keep mushrooms though.
I just messages him each led is 3 watts
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I just messages him each led is 3 watts
if that's the case, then i think one can support low light demanding coral. I'm not sure if even 2 will support an anemone. But im weary of the price. $40 is cheap for a unit that's using 3watt led bulbs.
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if that's the case, then i think one can support low light demanding coral. I'm not sure if even 2 will support an anemone. But im weary of the price. $40 is cheap for a unit that's using 3watt led bulbs.
I work at a LFS where we sell the product is actually discounted you he has an overwhelming amount in stock I see the exact one for sale for alot more money
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You may be able to keep high-light corals with 2 of those lights BUT you more than likely will have to place hem higher up, closer to the light. This would limit your placement options
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