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dahcmed 11-03-2006 08:38 AM

Monlight on FW tank
 
Would it cause stress to fish? I mean, do they need a complete blackout, or can I have the blue light alternate with the flourescent (flourscent during the day, blue at night). I have installed some blue LED's :) Just want to make sure I'm not harming the fish or the plants.

L's bells 11-03-2006 11:10 AM

you wont harm them mate! the simulation of moonlight is fine. it happens in nature! although not with blue LEDS.

crazie.eddie 11-03-2006 12:25 PM

The blue leds will harm the fish or plants. I use them also on my 125 gallon (473 liter) FW tank. I only leave the blue leds on for a few hours, in case it disturbs the fish. The blue leds is nice becuase it allows you to sort of see activity at night.

dahcmed 11-04-2006 04:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by crazie.eddie
The blue leds will harm the fish or plants. I use them also on my 125 gallon (473 liter) FW tank. I only leave the blue leds on for a few hours, in case it disturbs the fish. The blue leds is nice becuase it allows you to sort of see activity at night.

I'm guessing you meant "will not harm", I hope... :)

crazie.eddie 11-04-2006 05:13 AM

oops. Sorry, my bad. Yes, that's what I meant. :D


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