I've been looking around and didn't find an immediate answer, is the Finnex Ray2 enough to grow high light plants in an 18" deep aquarium? It's 29gal, 30W18H12D, and I have the 30inch Ray2. I'd love to plant cabomba if I can. Thanks!
I have 2 36" LED lights I'm looking to sell. Both made by Finnex. I have a Ray2 and a FugeRay Planted+ I only used them for a few months so they both work great and are practically brand new.
$80 for Planted+ and $100 for the Ray 2. Please PM with any questions!!!
36" Finnex Ray2 - used a couple months no problems - $125 shipped
Hydor ETH 300 - used a couple months no problems - $40 shipped - I also have the fittings for a Fluval to go with it. If that's what you're using it for let me know and I'll include free.
I don't want to deal with shipping this awkward shaped object so if you're in the Seattle area you get a deal!
24" Finnex Ray II
Used for about a year, nothing wrong with it, looks great and works perfectly.
For an extra $10, I will include nifty custom-made clear acrylic risers made by...
Hi I'm new here and this is my first post. I have a standard ten gallon aquarium and I want to be able to grow medium-low light plants without pressurized C02. Out of all the lighting options I've researched I'm considering the:
-Fugeray 20" planted+ Led
-Ray2 18" LED
-or a clamp light set up...