01-20-2013, 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Nemo the Clownfish
Hey, that's great Fish Monger!. A very small investment for the results you got. Timers make changing the photoperiod so easy too, if you need to do that, and you can set the lights to come on when you're not there. I set mine to go on at 10am and go off at 6pm for the algae, but I'm still trying to balance the tank so the photoperiod is short. So far at that photoperiod the algae is gone.
I have mine set for noon to 8:00 PM. That gives me a little time in the evening to feed and watch the fish. Before the timers, they were on from 10-12 hours and I still didn't have time to really observe the tanks. I felt like I had to rush and get the lights off. Great little devices !