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    thank for that. I plan on making a change soon and this seems like an easier option for me. im not good at wiring up lights.

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    Just be careful which ones you pick I "stole" one of my wives Current Satellite Freshwater LED+ to test on some Cephs and they are still all green after many months, the underwater plants the LEDs were designed for are growing like mad thou. So the product is working for its intended purpose but I can't use them as a CP sub

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    not the best image, but taken this weekend with cell phone...
    http://bluegrasscarnivores.com/led/IMG_1531.jpg
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    Recently arrived ceph division was put in there a couple days ago

    Ping has received no other lighting but the LED...
    Distance to light is about 12-15"

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    man i just spent 200 dollars on a led kit how much are these lights and where can i get one?

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    In the near future I'll likely be doing a tank teardown that will leave me with a 120W Taotronics reef light that I plan on testing to grow plants. I've personally seen these grow corals very nicely in several tanks I installed them in, so it seems worth a try. Nice thing if it works is that they can be had ready to go for less than $150. I'll definitely start a thread and post pics as things progress.
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    I just found the bulbs on ebay for 122.00 bucks. My only thought is its one spotlight not a large area of light like a T5 fixture would give off.. I'm still not sold on LED units I know they work but still so expensive. .

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    55 from hortamericas, where I got mine
    Mine is w/fr/dr
    Last edited by Av8tor1; 11-09-2014 at 05:55 AM.

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    That's a much better price... I looked at my bulbs and I have 6500k T5 lights and it's great ... however I just found some 10000k light bulbs. And that covers 4 X 2 feet not one spot.

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