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|01-03-2013 03:55 PM|
That micro sword requires more light than the other 2 listed, The Ray II would probably work better for that one, the Fugeray for your requirements and the other plants. With the Ray II you are still going to have to dose and run CO2, it puts out alot of light.
There have been several people with 60P that have that light or have asked questions about it - TexasCichlid has a tank with one and there was one other - both tank journal threads, they were both using the Ray II
I am in the same boat with a 60P but with lower light demanding plants and will probably get the Fugeray - although still debating, have that one on 2 other tanks and they are both great so far.
|12-31-2012 11:02 PM|
|mitchfish9||Ok, then the fugeray will definitely give you enough light and you won't even need CO2 either IMO|
|12-31-2012 09:33 PM|
|fplata||Thanks, the tank is 24x12x14, what i am trying to do is to get away with the least amount of light required for the plants mentioned|
|12-30-2012 08:39 PM|
|mitchfish9||What are the dimensions of the tank? There is par data on the sticky on the top of this sponsers forum. Since you want minimal co2, then I would say stick to 40-50 PAR. I am thinking the rayII will be better since you have CO2. Hope I helped a little|
|12-30-2012 02:25 PM|
|fplata||little bump for a little well appreciated help here|
|12-28-2012 02:26 PM|
Getting ready to purchase my 4th Finned Led, but which one
so i have a 48" ray 2 which i love, i have 2 24" fugeRay and for the 4th one.
I have a well established ADA 60p with an ada 150w MH light on top of it, i have CRS shrimp in it, i have to run CO2 because of the light, but i will like to decrease the CO2 a bit and fert dosing a bit . i have moss, anubias and micro swords . which light would you recommend? the Ray II or the FugeRay?
Thank you for your help