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|11-09-2012 06:14 PM|
I use it on my planted tank with no issues. I do like the look. If the par readings are similar, I may buy their reef light, instead of replacing the Marineland fixture.
Basically, the light I had was working great for my set-up and I liked the super bright white, so I would like to replace it with something very similar.
|11-09-2012 06:05 PM|
Are you doing a planted tank or a reef tank? The specs on the Marineland in this thread say it is technically more p;owerful than the Ray2, but in a way that is more suited to corals (and algae) unless it is at least a foo tover the tank.
The Finnex Ray2 would be a perfect high-power light for a planted tank, but it will look differnent as the Marineland is 10,000k light (very white/blue for reef tanks) and the Finnex for planted tanks is 7,000k light (warmer, white yellow like sunlight).
They do make a Finnex Ray2 with similar reef like lighting (bleach bright and blueish) if you really like that look.
Would need to know a lot more about your tank to make a recommendation, but I would rather have the Finnex myself. (and it will cost quite a bit less)
how big is your tank (in gallons and height in inches)?
|11-09-2012 04:08 PM|
Need a comparison
I have a Marineland Reef Capable LED on the fritz and was thinking of replacing it with a Finnex. Do any of the Finnex models have an equivalent light output? Thanks!