Planted Tank Obsessed
Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: Orange County, CA
Okay, here's some more stuff that's confusing me:
I just got my latest Drs. Foster & Smith catalog, which has the Aqua Rays in it, and noticed the specs. I thought these were comparable and interchangeable with regular 10,000k or 6700k compact fluorescent tubes, but at least the ones in the catalog are not. They're regular fluorescent tubes. And only about 20-40 watts, depending on length.
Is there another version of the fabled GE Aqua Rays 9325k that is COMPACT FLUORESCENT, and I'm just missing it?
I was looking for a way to improve my lighting using my JBJ Formosa 48" strip, which currently has 4 10,000k lights.
Okay, I see the c.f. "Super Daylight" 9325k tubes under All-Glass Compact Fluorescent Strip Lights, but is this the GE Aqua-Rays, or All-Glass' own house brand version?
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550g pond= koi, comets/shubunkin, water lillies.
165g RES turtle pond in progress.
100g planted tank= 240 watts c.f., 1 DIY 1-gal co2 jug, platies, angels, lace gouramies, congos, black neons, otos.
30g= cories, platies, platy fry, ghost shrimp.
18g= platy fry
10g= baby RES tank- Turtlebuddy
30g= temp. adult RES tank- Myrtlemamma
20gL= temp. juv. RES tank- Tweak and Mertle
Last edited by wonder woman; 06-02-2004 at 12:43 AM.
Reason: additional question