high-quality iPower ALLEDXA165C Dimmable LED Aquarium Grow Light with Moonlight for Fish and Coral Reef, 165-watt
This fixture is also a full spectrum. It has a wide range of color LEDs to ensure growth and health of your aqua plants and fish in the tank. It comes with two lighting modes, daylight, and moonlight. The moonlight feature is turned on from a separate switch for you to set the moonlight setting for your aquarium at night.
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A brief overview of the Aquarium Moonlight LED Aquarium Lunar Lights from Current USA. These linkable lights are efficient on energy and illuminate the darkest aquariums. Buy them at now! Subscribe for more videos and follow us on Twitter @bigals_pets for discount codes!Moonlights are one of the most attractive parts of an established aquarium but they can be expensive, hard to source and often not customized to your aquariums dimensions or personal taste. LED moonlights can often cost upwards of $50 for what is essentially nothing more than a few resistors and blue LEDS. See the Current USA LED Lunar Light in action! 2 different colors of LED moonlight, see them in action over different aquariums. See how the LED Lunar Lights are mounted and strategies for for achieving the best aquarium moonlight effect. Lunar Lights are connectable and you can use up to 12 lights with 1 power supply. Connect all 12 LED lights in series or use a 3 way splitter for multiple rows of lights. For more information and sizing guides to see which Lunar Light is right for you tank visit Although moonlight appears white or silvery, use of LEDs producing blue light to simulate moonlight is, at least for some coral species, correct based to peer-reviewed evidence. Use of LEDs producing white light is likely to be OK as well, since these diodes are essentially blue LEDs doped with phosphors that fluoresce longer wavelengths. However, the light intensity of the light produced by even a single blue LED has the potential to be brighter than natural moonlight measured here in Hawaii. Light penetration in aquaria, with their usually shallow (and hopefully clear!) waters, should not be an issue, so using LEDs with a maximum wavelength of 450 or 460nm may actually be an advantage due to their lower output at 480nm.