I started to rething the whole Lighting ideas, and found that most of these lights are 11.5" wide. I have a canopy on top of my 55g tank, and If I were to place a light that was 11.5" wide under there, I would not be able to even access my tank from the top. The only way would be to remove the canopy every time. This is really not an option because it is just far too much work to feed and maintain the tank.
So Does anyone know any other options that I can get power without that kind of width?
Again I can't say for sure what corals I want to keep, But I know i'd like to keep an Anemone, hopefully one my Clowns with host to.
How much light do I really need? 7, 8, 10wpg?
90 Gallon Drilled Glass Tank w/ Corner Overflow: 492w (2x 150w 14,000K MH, 2x 96w Actinic CF) Coralife Aqualight Pro | Custom 34x15x15 Sump/Refugium | SWC Skimmer | Coralife Turbo-Twist 6x UV Sterilizer | Maxi-Jet Power Head w/Sure Flow Upgrade Kit | 120lbs of Live Rock | 100lbs of Live Sand