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brightness of the light for corals
Topic Started: Dec 15 2015, 05:06 PM (40 Views)
Baby Angelfish
I don’t know where exactly to post my topic, but I hope this is appropriate subforum. I’m curious about the light for the corals. Do they need very bright light? Can I mount my reef tank near the window, so that the natural day light could fall there? I read the general guidelines over the Internet, but the more I browse the Internet, the more I become puzzled..
Please, explain.
PS: I have only the T5 fixture (from my previous freshwater tank) and the size of my future tank will be 48″ x 18″ x 24″ What lamps to take?
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Baby Angelfish
Who can say your opinion about these bulbs https://www.mrosupply.com/lighting/ballasts/fluorescent-ballasts/1854152_flft5eh54w850_fulham-lighting/ This is what I have at home now. I have only 3, but if it is suitable for the tank with my dimensions I will buy one more.
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