What would be the best way to light a 60g rimless cube tank.
Dimensions 24" X 24" X 24"
I would like no limitation on corals or clams or anything like that. I am looking at LED
's but don't know what I need to penetrate 24" of water as well as cover 2 feet of width.
The other option is T5's, I've seen some 6 and 8 bulb fixtures but after I buy quality bulbs the cost will be the same as LED
is pushing the ecoray 60D I believe, $300. :-( Would that be sufficient for the tank? I also think i would hang this fixture as well and have no idea how high off the water one should hang an LED
Here are some fixtures I found that were pretty cheap BUT look to be decent. Would they be enough light to use just one?
Amazon.com: TaoTronics Hot!/Aquarium Coral Reef Tank White Blue LED Lamb Grow Light 120W-provide light that have the same effect as natural sunlight and hence offers plants a very good growing habitat: Sunvalleytek
24 Dimmable 72watt Led aquarium light lighting fixture no controller | eBay
120 Watt Aquarium Coral Reef LED Grow Light 120W | eBay
let me know what you think. I'd like to get as much information as I can so I can decide if the tank is a GO or no go.
Thanks as usual everyone!