The 20" x 10" does not have an additional cut out for larger filters.

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The 20" x 10" Marineland LED Light Hood fits most 20" x 10" aquariums. Common sizes include: 10 gal, 16 gal Extra High, 20 gal Extra High. For quality assurance and peace of mind, it is backed by a 1 year limited manufacturer's warranty.
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Marineland LED Lights Aquarium Hood Marineland LED Aquarium Hoods make it easier than ever to get energyefficient LED lighting on your aquarium These full aquarium hoods use an integrated LED Light to create shimmering affects in your aquarium With a sleek modern look and integrated bulbs these hoods are easy to use and will complete the look of your aquarium habitat Features Switch has three positions onoffblue There are white LEDs for day light and blue LEDs for night light Three sizes fit most manufacturers aquariums that are available on the market today LED Light snaps into the sleek contemporary hood and is protected by a clear lens Lens is removable for easy cleaning Long lasting and energy efficient saving money on your electric bill LEDs do not have mercury making them better for the environment Hinged for easy access Removable feeding door located on front of hood Space in the back of hood provides room for accessories such as airline tubing and heaters Filter panel cutout located on back of hood 60mW watts per LED Item Specifications Dimensions 20x10 205L x 1025W x 3625H 24x12 24L x 1225W x 3625H 30x12 305L x 1225W x 3687H LUX amp Lumens 20x10 460 LUX 165 Lumens 24x12 990 LUX 310 Lumens 30x12 990 LUX 310 Lumens Fish Tank Aquarium Supplies | Marineland
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