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Is a 200 watt heater sufficient for a 55, or do you generally need to kick the heater up to the next step? I dont want to buy a different one if I dont have to, but I sure dont want the tank water too cold for fish.
Aqueon 200 watt Submersible Aquarium Heater Fish Tank Up to 75 gallons
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Partially submersible fish tank heater that includes built-in reflective technology that mirrors surrounding colors so it blends in to the aquarium for both aesthetic purposes and for the safety of your fish. It is shock resistant with borosilicate glass and has a high-density ceramic heat stick for durability. It’s a slim tube with a small profile. It’s easy to install and offers four sizes starting at 50 watts and going up to 200 watts in 50 watt increments. Search 200 Watt Fish Tank Heater Get Results from 6 Engines at Once
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The A773 from Hagen provides constant temperature monitoring and adjustments to provide a stable environment for fish and plants. Users can adjust the temperature in 0.5-degree increments, allowing for precise control over the water temperature. The 200-watt unit provides adequate heat for tanks as large as 66 gallons.Wattage means input. In general we can say that the higher input, the higher output. A 200 watt heater will heat a 100 litres (26.42 US gallons, 22.00 Imperial gallons) aquarium much faster than a 50 watt heater. Use our , enter your fish tank's dimensions and see what's recommended wattage for your aquarium.Please Visit For Aquarium and fish information as well as information on breeding fish.
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Join the forum--The better--whcih generally though not always means more expensive--heaters will be better made, and less likely to fail. This is where the higher wattage also helps, as a 200w heater will be more reliable than a 50w. My heaters that failed were 50w. And one failed by staying on overnight and literally cooked the fish in a 30g tank. One learns, sometimes the hard way.The heaters comes with a lifetime guarantee. It offers aquarium heater sizes in 50 watts, 100 watts, 150 watts, 200 watts, and 250 watts. They includes two clip on suction cups that allow it to be mounted anywhere in the body of a small fish tank or a large aquarium. It sticks well to both glass and acrylic aquariums.