I am afraid that is no where near enough light for an anemone. You should also check out some of the articles here on acclimating new livestock. Nems and all inverts really are quite sensitive to changes is parameters and need to be acclimated over a few hours. I use a piece of airline tubing and siphon the tank water into the bag, I tie a loose knot in it so it literally drips
(about one drip per second) your LFS
has given you some bad advice on this occasion and if it were me I would return it. How old is your tank? What are you future plans for it? I can't think of many corals that can survive under your lighting, perhaps some mushrooms or zoas?