there are several factors that go into lighting.
lights with proper Kelvin, Nanometer, PAR & most importantly PUR
Photosynthetically Useable Radiation. It is also known as "useful light energy"
LEDs often make unaware aquarium keepers think that these LEDs will work for their planted or reef aquariums when in reality these LEDs are not powerful enough to keep photosensitive aquatic life. The truth is that there are only a handful of LED
light fixtures that can properly light your high light need aquarium.
i would say those LED
's would not work, but you can do a test if you don't mind loosing a plant or 2 in the process. set up a second tank with a plant and run those LED
's. In my opinion i don't believe they will survive.
but i am far from an expert and do make mistakes, which is why i say to run a simple test first and see your results before you do an entire tank.