current planted plus pro 4013 (48-60")I'm getting ready to set up my 120 gallon tank. 60x18x26. I was ready to buy a BML XB Dutch 6300K today, went to the website and they don't do aquarium lights anymore.
What alternatives are there to BML with a 60 inch strip.
Thank you very much for the info!current planted plus pro 4013 (48-60")
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(Leg kit and rails are usually included)
are the only "on tank top" ones I can think of..
Well just wanted to post an update. I've had the tank running with the single Current Plus Pro for about 8 months now, and i can say i'm not happy with it. For the last three weeks i've been pondering adding a second Plus Pro. However i'm starting to see lights like Radion (XR 15FW Pro G2) and Atlanktik V4. Haven't seen much info on the lights, but if someone could chime in with additional info, experience with the lights or other alternatives that would be great.
Great info thanks, i will defiantly check out your build thread.I am currently running (2) of the Radion XR15 FR Pro lights (Gen 4) on my 75g tank. Very happy with the end result, especially as I used to have (2) Satellite Pro lights over the same tank. The Radion software is very user friendly. The lights should have more than enough power for your tank. Given the 60" length, you will likely need three of these lights to cover the length if you are looking for something close to high light. If you wish, there are a few pics of my light setup near the end of my build thread listed below.
The only issue I "might" have with the AI Prime lights would be the 26" tank depth - I don't have any real data regarding how much light they would generate at that depth.
Yes i saw the AI prime after making the post. It looks like a good candidate as well!Radion and Atlantik are pretty much state of the art currently but pricey..
don't forget about it's little cousin the AI Prime.
Great info thanks!@ 60cm (24") the reef one (really, only difference is in color AND the Apogee MQ200 cuts off terribly at 660nm and reads slightly low on the blue end.)
They apparently did some corrections though..
score 70 to 121 in about a 24" sq area:
sorry small image..
Data done by the same people that make the Spectra app..