|trreherd ||02-18-2007 08:55 PM |
For an odd shaped tank like that a would think a metal halide pendent would be your best bet. What sized tank is that?
|dave12678 ||02-18-2007 10:38 PM |
55g I guess I will get a clip on one?
|Lupin ||02-19-2007 12:56 AM |
I agree.:) This way the light spectrum will be evenly distributed around the area of the tank. But that tank appears to be a corner tank.:squint:
Originally Posted by trreherd
For an odd shaped tank like that a would think a metal halide pendent would be your best bet.
|Melissa ||02-19-2007 06:26 AM |
a new light wont do anything to your fish. however you will want to introduce the new light slowly, that way your tank wont be overrun with algea. And your corals will need to get used to it too.
|dave12678 ||02-19-2007 11:27 AM |
So if I did get a new light I would just turn it on for short periods at a time? Also I am guessing the lights clip on the side of the tank. Would the new lights melt the plastic? Also I am guessing I would have to add water more regularly? 1 more quick question what is lunar light? thanks again guys
|musho3210 ||02-19-2007 11:31 AM |
lunar light is a moon light, there on after the main tank light goes off. There good if you want to see the nocturnal behavior of your fish and it also relieves stress on your fish.
|dave12678 ||02-19-2007 10:58 PM |
So If I got a clip on set would I have to take the glass cover off the top of the tank? I am just worried I would have to add water everyday. :(
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