Aqua Nova LED Aquarium Lighting 8 - 120 - The Planted Tank Forum
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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 10-08-2012, 05:15 AM Thread Starter
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Aqua Nova LED Aquarium Lighting 8 - 120


I'm a newbie to the hobby and have spent countless number of hours on this forum reading, hoping to learn as much as I can.

Having said that, I purchased a 5 x 1.5 x 2 tank and a few other things from the advice of a friend, including a LED light (Aqua Nova LED Aquarium Lighting 8 - 120).

I'm hoping to have a planted tank (some with a easy difficulty) and wondering if anyone has had any experience with this light or know if it's suitable? The specs of the light are: 8 x 0.3w LED (1 row every cm) (so 8 x 120cm) and I haven't got a clue...

And if not, what should I do? I spent a couple of hundred $$ on the light and hoping this is not one of the mistakes I've made as I'm sure there will be many.. >.<

Any comments would be appreciated


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