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Michel. Yes it will work on a larger aquarium. With a smaller aquarium the problem is that both red and blue LED's put out a lot of light in a very narrow spectrum. Therefore you end up with a ration like 1 blue and 1 red for each 3 or 4 cool whites. Using neutral whites which have a stronger red end to the spectrum will eliminate the need for the extra red LED's. However you will still want a slight boast in the blue end which is weaker than the cool whites. But you can get away with a ration of 1 blue to 2 neutral whites.
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An overlooked aspect of reefkeeping is the effect of green light on corals. Green light can produce similar effects as when blue light is used. Some corals have proteins that produce fluorescent light when in the presence of blue light, and some corals have proteins that produce fluorescent light when exposed to green light. In other words, by illuminating your aquarium with blue light and without green light, you may not be seeing all of the colors and patterns in your corals. Often a coral that looks rather drab in blue light will shine with striking colors when under green light. on sale LEDwholesalers 120W High Power LED Blue and White Coral Reef Aquarium Light, 2518WB
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This simple system is set up in a standard 55 gallon aquarium. The key to our success is the Aquarium Products lights. We use one Blue Moon 4'- 40 watt and two Triton 4'- 40 watt lights. We cover these three lights with a Triton Enhancer. These bulbs are twice as bright as other 40 watt bulbs.Our GloFish® LED aquarium lights are designed to create a GloFish optimized environment. All feature blue LED lights that highlight the fluorescent colors of the fish. Innovative and sleek, they feature blue LED lights that enhance the fluorescent brilliance of GloFish. They are an ideal way to quickly convert any aquarium into a stunning GloFish home!Start your GloFish® fluorescent fish experience right with an easy to set up GloFish® Aquarium Kit. Each kit includes GloFish optimized blue LED lighting, sure to make your GloFish fluorescent fish really shine! For more information about GloFish Aquarium Kits, please .My aquarium (Riparium) is a constant work in progress. I run a lower tech system with a 20 inch tall canopy. I use T-5 lighting. I use 1 day light bulb and 2 atinic blue bulbs; at 3 watts per gallon. I have a lot of fast growing plants (some above the water line), and a few small fish; so algae is not much of a problem. I perform a 30% water change once every 2 weeks, with top off in-between. Nitrates stay below 3 ppm.Daytime Viewing – We recommend a blue wavelength light (such as those available on ). A blue light will give GloFish an exciting and uniquely fluorescent look, particularly in low lighting environments. Alternatively, a traditional white aquarium light (such as a fluorescent or halogen light) will work well for daytime use.This product has surpassed by expectations. I have a 25 gallon fresh water aquarium. The light volume is excellent. I found the unit to be very sturdy and fits snugly on the tank. The unit has two light settings (white and blue). I use the white during the daytime and the blue in the evening for a few hours before I turn the light off completely.