Discussion in 'Reef Breeders' started by DavidinGA, Feb 24, 2013.
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Honestly, I think that might be a little short!
Well on their website they say the 16" value line led can light a 36" area with sps in the middle and lesser light corals on the ends....So if a 16" fixture can light that wouldn't a 24" work even better?
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Hold on.....I was thinking it was an 8 ft tank for some reason. Yeah, it should cover fine. That's only 6 inches of overlap on each end.
Yeah it's a 6ft tank
Do they say somewhere the suggested coverage of the larger units?
Mine covers 8 inches on each end with no optics. 32" fixture on 48" tank
So 2 of those would easily do a an 8ft tank.
On a 210, you would be looking at 3 16" fixtures with 90 degree optics, or 2 32s with the same optics.
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