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Old 04-14-2016, 08:31 PM   #1
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High output LED Reef Lighting

2 x Intellesun Cerulean LEDs (170 watts each)
1 x timer w/ remote
1 x pair of daisy chain linkers
1 x power source

Spectrum:
310 nm (UV)
445 nm (Actinic)
Aquaspecial 15,000 Kelvin White

Only lightly used, should have 40,000 hours of lifetime left (works out to about 8 years)

Reef capable? Easily. I've grown coral all across the spectrum of types under these lights, including:
Various Montiporas
Acropora
Zoanthids
Euphyllia (hammers, torches, frogspawns)
Acans
Lobos
Chalices
Toadstools
Pipe organs
Fungias
Clams (Maxima, Derasa)
Mushrooms
Bubble Tip Anemones
Long Tentacle Anemones
Maxi Mini Carpet Anemones
Rock Flower Anemones
Pavona
Ruffled Pagoda Cup

So, there's not many restrictions to these lights capabilities.

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Mounting/hanging kit*

Send me a PM to offer or ask questions!

*For well over a year I used a closet hanging rack and heavy duty wire to hang these lights over two separate tanks.
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Hey man. A price helps... So does a picture.
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Hey man. A price helps... So does a picture.
Ah, well I did say I was taking offers. But as far as the pictures, I'm unsure of why they weren't posted. The pictures are attached to this post.
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Hey man. A price helps... So does a picture.
Actually it appears all the pictures except for that one are too large to post. Give me a few minutes, I'll downsize them a bit.

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What price rang are you looking for?


Money can't buy happiness.... But I can buy fish, which is kind of the same thing.
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Money can't buy happiness.... But I can buy fish, which is kind of the same thing.
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Money can't buy happiness.... But I can buy fish, which is kind of the same thing.
New, the whole setup is $1000+. I don't expect anywhere near that though. The only offer I've gotten so far was for 450

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Those are some high end lights!


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