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Aquarium LED Reef Light Dimmable Full Spectrum Marine LED for Saltwater Coral Fish Tanks

Aquarium LED Reef Light Dimmable Full Spectrum Marine LED for Saltwater Coral Fish Tanks

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Aquarium LED Reef Light, Dimmable Full Spectrum Marine LED for Saltwater Coral Fish Tanks

Description:
Full color spectrum (popular blue spectrum, red, green and Violet+UV) can promote optimal coral growth and enhance dramatic coloration, while creating a gentle shimmer throughout the aquarium
With a maximum spread of 20'' x 20'', the light has a peak PAR of 58µMol at a depth of 24 inches, perfect for small to medium reef tanks
Comes with Dual-channel wired controller, white and blue channels can be operated together or independently, allowing you to adjust the light intensity and spectrum for your tank
Easily mount your light on your rimmed or rimless tank with the tank mount included, you can also choose to suspend the light above your aquarium with hanging kit (Sold Separately)
Compatible with NICREW Dual-channel timer to adjust the lighting spectrum(Only HyperReef 30 is compatible), simulate a gradual sunrise and fading sunset through the gradual increase and decrease of light intensities

Anatomy of the HyperReef LED Spectrum
395nm: Unlocks additional fluorescence in fish and corals.
400-450nm: Rebalancing the cluster with more blue and deep blue increases fluorescence, color rendition, and provides a new level of tunability in the blue spectrum between crisp and actinic.
665nm: Appropriate use of long wavelength diodes provide light output useful for coral photosynthesis as well as visual color balancing.

How Much PAR Do I Need for Coral?
Soft Corals (zoanthids, palythoa, mushrooms and leathers): 50-150 PAR
LPS Corals: 50-150 PAR
Hard Corals (stony corals, small polyp stony): 200-500 PAR
Most corals can adapt to a wide range of different light levels when given proper time to acclimate. So we suggest you choose a light which can bring a suitable range for the special type of coral, then observe coral growth and adjust to the best spectrum.
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