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Old 06-24-2012, 02:48 AM   #1
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Moonlight led for saltwater reef?

I have a 38g tank . I just purchased a moonlight led strip , it's about a foot long and produces 100 lumens. Is this to much light to be left on at night. Also how long should I leave it on??

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I don't think that will be too much light. Leave it on as long as you like - but really since it has no positive benefits for the health of the tank, it only needs to be on during the hours you want to view the tank.
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