Hey guys another post here. Getting ready to order some lights for my tank which is 36 in L 12.5 W 17 in H. I am thinking about getting this light below. Is it enough to have some moderate light corals in my tank? it would only be 3.2 watts per gallon but my tank is only 17 in hight and 30g. if you know of a better light i should get please let me know thanks. edit: that isnt more then 150 dollars ( or around )
36" Aqualight (Salt) w/96W Lamp Sq Pin (ESU)
Item #:209533Availability:Usually ships in 2-3 business days.Price:$107.99
This a sleek and streamlined fixture designed to enhance and complement aquariums. The compact and low-profile style is suitable for applications where space is limited. It is equipped with a modern aluminum housing and a highly-polished aluminum reflector for optimal lighting. It includes a Coralife 50/50 compact fluorescent lamp and a protective acrylic lens which allows easy access to the lamp. The lamp combines actinic and 10,000k phosphors in one bulb to enhance both color and clarity in the aquarium. This full-spectrum lamp provides the aquarium's inhabitants with the proper light required for essential biochemical reactions. This fixture has a built-in ballast. Good for freshwater, saltwater and reef aquariums.
This fixture is for use over a covered aquarium.
Includes (1) 96 watt 50/50 square pin compact fluorescent lamp, on/off switch, sleek aluminum housing, highly-polished reflector and acrylic lens cover.
36" l x 5" w x 2.5" h
One year warranty.