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Old 12-22-2011, 08:01 PM   #31
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not with depth so much as width. why do you need 330 PAR at 2 feet? is that the sand bed? if so, you don't even need close to that. 150 PAR is more than enough.
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It was a hypothetical question with totally made up values but yes my sand bed is at about 2' give or take up to about 3" pending on where/ what side of the tank your looking at.
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So adding lights wont help with raising par when it comes to depth? But with width it will? Interesting..
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it will to an extent, but not increase it 100% each time you double the lamps.
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Well thats weird but good to know
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Old 04-14-2012, 11:44 AM   #36
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Anyone hear of or use bridglux led for a reef tank i found a good deal on this site and was wondering if they would be good enough to light up my tank i still have not done my lighting upgrade as money is tight and cant afford to be wasting money on lighting that wont work...anyways heres a link http://www.aquastyleonline.com/produ...mable-Kit.html
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