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    Need advice on light for planted tank

    Discussion in 'Planted Tank and Aquascaping' started by illbethejudge, Apr 17, 2017 at 2:38 PM.

    1. illbethejudge

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      I bought a light for my 120 gallon tall tank that has glass lids/canopies measurements are 60"x18"×26"
      The light has the following specs:

      Includes 105LEDs
      • 48x10000K cool white
      • 45x Actinic Blue 460nm
      • 6xRed 620-625nm
      • 6xGreen 520-525nm
      • Lumen : 6300
      • Super energy efficient 0.50 watt LEDs

      would it be too much to add another light with the following specs or should i leave just 1 and which one?
      Description :
      Automated 24/7 fixture simulates day to night light changes in natural environment

      You can customize any color combinations and lighting intensities

      Meets requirement of all types of aquariums

      Super bright and energy efficient LED, 50% brighter than other similar lights

      FEATURE:

      • Fully automated aquarium LED fixture with remote controller

      • Four default modes (Plant, Fish, Marine, Moon) to be activated with a click of a button.

      • Four memory slots, user can easily customize and save countless color combinations and lighting intensities

      • Longer extendable bracket to fit on wide range of aquarium size

      • Splash guard

      • AC110-240V AC adapter

      • Recommended for both freshwater and saltwater tank

      SPECIFICATION:

      • Includes 144 LEDs

      • 96x 10000K 0.5W cool white

      • 48x RGB LEDs

      • Lumen: 7200
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