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Old 05-01-2006, 01:05 PM   #1
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FS: 48" 2/65 watt 50/50 bulb light fixture w/ bulbs.

Yes this is a Odysessa(sp) fixture you may see on E-bay.

130 watts total output or 110 watts depending on the bulbs.

It came with 2 65 watt 50/50 bulbs, 6700k daylight & actinic blue I believe.

48" long so perfect for a 40/55/or even 75 gallon tank.

Be weary of being used for FW use, if you don't have enough plants this will turn your tank green. (Ask me how I know!)

Perfect for SW use especially if your going FWOLR or as a sumplimental to your existing lights.

This is an uncooled fixture so best is a open tank top or an existing fan cooled canopy. If not it will keep your tank roughly 78-80 depending on ambient temp without a heater if enclosed. It even kept my unheated 10 gallon sitting on the stand atop at 76-78 through radiant heat.

All I'm asking is $50 shipped, the unit will be clean and free of any mineral deposits. It is also an external ballast with can be hung on a wall or hidden out of view, fairly long cord.

I would mostly like a money order or certified cashiers check but will take Paypal. The formers just make getting it into my checking account speedier.

Thanks!
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ok, i'll bite... why would it turn an unplanted fw tank green?
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it would grow algae
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It would be perfect for a planted tank with CO2. Good luck with the sale!
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Can you show a pic of it, can not find it online what condition is it in and how old?

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