So I was thinking about the Dual Satellite 48 inch with the 2 lunar lights on the site that tankgirl suggested.
re: replacing "lunar lights" if you go with AHSupply - I assume FW
rays are noctournal?
If you still have room after choosing lighting, perhaps cold cathode would be better than LED
"lunar lights" for such a deep tank. Here's a pic of 12" cold cathode over my much
smaller tank (12" tall), for an idea (running off a 12v adapter): http://www.aquariumadvice.com/photop...ld_cathode.jpg
, I find my noctournal fish are much less spooked with LED
lighting than cold cathode lighting. There's a lot of info on diy LED
/cold cathode under "moonlight" in the archives, and Malkore's pics and thread may be especially helpfull: http://www.aquariumadvice.com/viewto...&highlight=led
Here's a pic of my bare bones diy LED
setup with a battery source and no reflector: http://www.aquariumadvice.com/photop...4Blue_LEDs.jpg
As with regular lights, a reflector will help increase the intensity of light, and allow for more of a spotlight effect if wanted.