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  1. Do you find you have to adjust your heaters?

    Aquarium Products Reviews
    I have two Aqueon, 200 wt. heaters in my 55 gallon tank. They are very reliable, and I love them, EXCEPT when the weather changes. If it's pretty warm, I have to adjust the dials to around 72 on both heaters to keep the tank around 78-80. In winter, I keep the house around 62 degrees at night...
  2. Finding lights for 10 gallon Aqueon tank

    Freshwater and Tropical Fish
    I have an Aqueon 10 gallon tank I keep endlers and cherry shrimp in. I recently bought a hood for it, as the one it came with was mostly glass, and it broke. So I bought a new hood for it, but it came without the lights. I can't seem to find the lights without buying a new hood as well...
  3. Aqueon heaters VS Aqueon Pro

    Beginner Freshwater Aquarium
    Hi - I have a 200W Aqueon heater in my 55. When it gets colder (the room gets down to 60F sometimes in winter) I knew I'd need another heater for the opposite side of the tank. Well, I got one at Petco the other day. They had both the Aqueon and the Aqueon Pros. Well, the 200W Pros were $40...
  4. Help With Calculating Light Intensity On 10 Gal.

    Beginner Planted Aquarium
    Hi. I read Hoppy's article on PAR and didn't understand too much except uMol / m2 / sec. I would like to calculate PAR for my tank and tube and hopefully be able to compare it to others'. My tank is a 10 gallon. ~11" from tube to substrate, 20" long, 11" wide. The tube is T8 Aqueon 15W 18"...