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As my consideration there is no big difference between LED & Fluorescent Lighting. I think they both are the best options for aquarium lighting & not a big difference to consume power between both
Originally Posted by ashtricks View Post
True high power LEDs will require a heatsink, which by definition means they are generating heat. Less than a CFL for sure, but still significant enough that it needs heat dissipation. High heat = lower lifetime.
I used two on a 20g tall tank, they are working fantastic for plant growth. I even have a Red Tiger Lotus that's going nuts putting out nice deep red leaves.
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