I did wonder if the radion would be worth 2x the price. It sounds like that isn't the case.Not......quite though the point is arguable.
It's sweet spot is more in the line of 16x16-ish.
With CO2 you gain an advantage if output is a bit lower than you would like.
would be better but 2 to 3 x better???
I did wonder if the radion would be worth 2x the price. It sounds like that isn't the case.
Do you have any other lighting suggestions outside of the two I thought of for this sized tank?
Problem w/ these measurements is the height isn't defined.. i.e 24" deep tank or Mounting height plus x = 24"Power Output
With a spread of 24" x 24", the AI Prime® Freshwater has a PAR of 86µMol at a depth of 24 inches, more than enough for the most demanding aquariums. Drawing a maximum of 55 watts from the wall, it follows in the family’s efficient footsteps.
The photo was pretty helpful for showing the falloff.
If I am going for an island style layout on the tank, I think a lot of the fall out will be mitigated because it will be mostly foreground that is shaded. Thinking of using crypt parva.
Do you have an opinion on the twinstar 600s range and its coverage?
ch 1 and 4 w/ that oddball 14000k diode is err annoying.Channel 1(11pcs): 10 Day white 6500k, 1 Cool white 14000K
Channel 2(3pcs): 1 410nm Purple , 2 450nm UV
Channel 3(15pcs): 3 Blue 470nm 3 Red 660nm ， 1 Royal blue 450nm ，2 Green 520nm， 6 Cool 14000k
Channel 4(11pcs): 10 Natural white 4500k ，1 Cool 14000k
LED Quantity: 40PCS Bridgelux Bxce Bxcd LED
Power Consumption : 100W (save more than 15%)
Secondary Optical Lens: 120 lens
Lumen: 5000 lm
PAR Value: 720 [email protected] for len can output more PAR
Recommend Size of Tank(L/W/H): (16"-24") x (16-24") x 24"
Light panel Dimension: 12" x 4.7" x 2"= 29cm x 12cm x 5.5cm