What LED Light Fixture is right for my Aquarium

Marineland LED Strip Lights are perfect for replacing standard fluorescent lighting in aquariums
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Marineland LED Aquarium Strip Lights provide the ultimate opportunity to create a realistic underwater home-aquarium environment. This all-new line of LED lights is 20% brighter and is designed for reliable, long-term performance. Adjustable mounting legs allow for flexibility in fitting various aquariums widths. The daylight setting is brighter than a single tube fluorescent fixture and the lunar setting provides a realistic moonlight shimmer. Both settings are energy efficient.
My old aquarium light is a worn down piece of styrofoam with some LED strips stuck to it. It was time for an upgrade.I am using this UPVC ...
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Customized Kits are Available, Please Contact Us for Help getting all the parts you need. Parts: Broken/Old Aquarium Fluorescent Light, preferably with a metal reflector 12v LED Strip, non-waterproof, White(cool or warm) 5050 ... My old aquarium light is a worn down piece of styrofoam with some LED strips stuck to it. It was time for an upgrade.
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Highlighting the 2015 LED series for fresh- and saltwater aquariums, including high-performance strip lights, compact and powerful nano lights, remote control operation, ramp-timer compatibility, endless color blends and much more. For more information, visit Fluval USA at Retro-fitting an AIO aquarium or fluorescent light fixture can usually be accomplished with minimal effort. Most LED strips available for aquariums include mounting hardware, are moisture resistant and run on safe, low voltage DC electricity.In this episode, I make an aquarium LED Light using LED RGB Strips. You can follow along in this easy How To Make an LED Aquarium Light.


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Google+: includes dual lighting strips with 7000K output. This is an LED Grow light for aquariums that tend toward more of a Hi-Tech setup. This LED lighting unit is genuinely very bright. It doesn’t come with a remote control like the other units. Lighting can’t be dimmed to suit low-tech planted aquariums. This means users should be prepared to be using both fertilizers and CO2. Otherwise you may see a spike in algae. It is a good light for a reasonable price. It is slightly older than the Finnex + 24/7 but has gained mass popularity with the planted tank community.In most cases, you only need to take out a few screws to remove your existing fluorescent end-caps and electrical components. Sometimes you can even attach the LED strips directly to the existing reflectors without removing anything but the fluorescent bulbs. With the slim profile of LED strips, you can fit multiple LED strips to achieve ample output and spectrum for a light-demanding reef aquarium.The Ray2 features two LED light strips with 7000K output each which makes it ideal even for the most demanding aquarium plants. The dual strips also helps to cover a broader surface area for your tank.