How to convert aquarium light to LED?

New 2017 – LED Reef Aquarium Lighthighest performance level and maximum photochemical efficiency!
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Featuring new high-density multi-chip LED emitters coupled with glass optical lenses, they produce an intense, sharp beam of light – penetrating air and water more efficiently than metal halides, opening up new possibilities for commercial aquarium and zoo illumination.
The guide below will (hopefully) help you choose the best LED lighting for your aquarium.
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The budget would vary from one person to another depending on the need to have the LED aquarium light for your tank. A budget is important as it guides you to choose the right lighting within what you are willing to spend. It is still advisable to be a bit flexible with the budget as sometimes you can get something better if you are willing to spend a few dollars more. "but the main question is ... is LED light suitable for aquarium?"
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My aquarium has 120 liters, 100 liters useful. Using the rule, it is expected 100W light for the correct illumination. When searching the Internet, I found led strips, ...My aquarium has 120 liters, 100 liters useful. Using the rule, it is expected 100W light for the correct illumination. When searching the Internet, I found led strips, single color (pure white) or RGB, allowing customize the color best suited for your environment. Are sold in rolls of 5m with 300 leds of the model 5050, and with power of 72W. Although 72W is less than 100W, I decided to assemble the solution and the result was excellent for my purposesThere are several options from many different prices. For a basic aquarium lighting, LED technology can help. The idea is to be as simple as possible, at lower cost and provide adequate lighting to the aquatic environment. It is used as a basic rule the proportion of 1W per liter of water for proper lighting. LED lights commonly last 50,000 hours. Let’s put that number into perspective. In a normal scenario your LED aquarium lights are active for 8 hours per day, 365 days per year. In this case it would take just over 17 years until they needed to be replaced. If that fact hasn’t sold you, consider that T5, T8 and Hallide lighting will change spectrum over time. This can lead to increased algae growth and ineffective lighting. LED lights will maintain their spectrum for their entire life and do not need to be replaced.LED’s have redefined lighting in the 21st century. The majority of new aquarium owners choose LED lights for a number of reasons. LED lighting uses less power per lumen output when compared to other planted aquarium lighting types. This means cheaper lighting costs. The best led lights for the planted aquarium have dramatically decreased in cost and have become affordable for even beginner hobbyists. is another planted tank specific LED lighting setup. The lights have moonlighting, sunrise, sunset and a host of other features. The light also incorporates a splash guard (and it’s mildly waterproof) although I have never had issues with water around aquarium lights. The legs can be slid inward to allow for attatchment to custom length aquariums (a very useful feature if your tank isn’t 12, 24, 36 or 48 inches in length!). Once again, the reviews cannot fault this light and there is high sentiment about it’s build quality and lasting durability. Finnex includes their power adapter mid length along the power cord which some users found annoying. However, the Finnex is very affordable and can be