So I'm looking at this:
Part 40962 - 2 x 96 watt Bright Kit
Includes one 24 ounce solid-state electronic ballast (18.5"L x 1.7"W x 1"H); one 34.5"L x 7"W x 2"H multi-angle MIRO 4 polished aluminum reflector; two moisture-resistant endcaps with cords; four steel bulb holders; one grounding power cord: wirenuts and screws needed for installation; snap bushing, cord strain relief bushing, cord clamps and nylon spacers; and ballast operation information and wiring diagram. Requires two 96watt compact fluorescent bulbs (not included). NOTE - If you want to be able to control the bulbs separately you'll need two 1x96w kits #40961 instead of this 2x96w kit #40962. Also NOTE - You may substitute two 34.5"L x 4"W reflectors for the one 34"L x 7"W reflector that normally comes with this 2x96w kit. Just request the substitution in the Special Instructions section at the end of the order form.
Part 11961 - 96watt 10,000K Compact Fluorescent Bulb
Sometimes called purified super-daylight, this is a daylight bulb with a slightly bluish cast and is very attractive in a marine setup.
Part 11967 - 96watt Bright Blue Compact Bulb
Bright Blue actinic light. Combine this bulb 1-to-1 or 1-to-2 with daylight bulbs for marine aquarium use. Peak output at 430nm with almost all output between 400nm and 500nm.
Price: $32.99 Sale Price: $26.99
Thats 175 for a complete setup to install. 2 x 96 w.. one blue actinic and one pure daylight. Will the dual kit work or should I get two singles. I don't really think I'll need the benefit of setting up both lights on seperate timers.
Will I still need an exhaust fan for the canopy with PC