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Old 04-28-2016, 11:33 PM   #1
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Good LED for a 10g tank?

Hi all,

I'll soon be setting up a 10g tank. I want to stick with low(er) light plants such as anubias, java fern, &c., so I was wondering if anyone knew of an LED unit suitable for such a tank?

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A few Finnex suggestions. A StingRay MIGHT be enough. A FugeRay should be more than enough. A 24/7 (though costly) can be tailored to your needs.


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A few Finnex suggestions. A StingRay MIGHT be enough. A FugeRay should be more than enough. A 24/7 (though costly) can be tailored to your needs.
Thanks. I was thinking of the Fugeray (I've been happy with the planted+). the 24/7 would be overkill, since I don't want to go for another high light tank.
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Thanks. I was thinking of the Fugeray (I've been happy with the planted+). the 24/7 would be overkill, since I don't want to go for another high light tank.

I have a 24/7 on a shrimp tank with only moss in it. No ferts or CO2 added. It's currently running in 24/7 mode but if need be, I can run it with much less light (you can program up to four custom settings). I have actually played with the settings yet.


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