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Old 09-01-2010, 07:08 PM   #1
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Hi I have 2 lights in my nano

1x36w 10000k
1x36w actinic

would I be able to have any corals with this lighting

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Tank size? Also is this PC lighting?
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The tank is 25 gallon nano dont no what PC lighting is
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Power compacts. What type lighting is it? Probably be enough for moderate light corals.
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The Tank is a RESUN DMS-500 PLS

The lights look like two short fluorescent together with a 4 pin conector.
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Looks like some type of PC. It will be OK for moderate lighting but if you want high light corals you`ll need an upgrade. Also moving this to the General hardware and equipment discussion.
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