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Old 05-28-2011, 10:46 PM   #1
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ever heard of sealand brand?

I saw a light fixture that was on sale $250 and was wondering if it's a good brand


Brand New in box 48" T5 High Output Fluorescent Lighting

T5ho 54w*4(12000k*2+ACTINIC03*2),LED*4
three switches
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$249.99

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A streamlined alloy casing
Black matte texture appearance, solid and practical, excellent heat dissipation

2 flip-style adjustable stand (tripod height of 10cm, can adjust the maximum angle of 90 degrees and can adjust the distance between)
Adjustable maximum distance to the "light body length +2 CM", designed for most of the fish tank installed Block

50% actinic 50% 10000k fluorescent lamp, high power and high lumen output

1.PE high temperature transparent protective film (temperature above 130 degrees)
PL tube to protect the safe operation of corrosion.

2. Imported reflectors: a half surrounded by reflection
Anti-reflective material in Germany alumina plate corrosion resistance to salt water

The shell of the main aluminum alloy;
3 Advanced electronic ballast, quick start, the heat is small, light, high efficiency, energy saving.
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is it UL listed? i cant find any more info on them anywhere.
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I'll ask the guy if it's ul listed I've been looking for information on it but can't find any anywere
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that's not a good sign!
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I also found this one http://toronto.kijiji.ca/c-pets-acce...AdIdZ285134056
I asked the guy if there were t5 or pc and he was unsure would this light fixture be able to support corals
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a couple dollars more and you can buy a brand new fixture.
WavePoint T5 48" High Output T5 Aquarium Lighting Fixture, 4X54W WavePoint Lighting Wave Point


as far as supporting corals, it depends. you certainly wouldn't want a 4 bulb t5 unit over a 30" deep tank, but it would work great over a 20" deep tank. what tank are you trying to light?
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My tank is about 22-23" high and I was looking the all three two white two blue an moonlights. Thxs
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