03-24-2012, 03:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Quantum
the easiest thing to do is to get a timer for the lights, they are cheap and available at HD/Lowes or similar, this way the lights will come on and go off at the same time each day automatically so you won't be tuning the lights on and off multiple times a day or having them on too long, pick a time you like just make sure there is complete darkness for at least 10-12 hrs a day
most fish do prefer lower light conditions, not sure exactly what you have as far as type of tube, what diameter are they and exactly how long?
Aqua Rays for Fresh & Saltwater by GE. 18x1.0x1.0 Item Description
Aqua Rays Aquarium Lighting, 15 Watts, 1ct
Supports plant growth in freshwater and coral growth in saltwater