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Regular cyclical lighting is used in aquariums to simulate day and night. This is beneficial for fish and invertebrates since it establishes a routine, enables them to rest, and makes them feel more secure. Aside from establishing a routine, high output lighting is required for many invertebrates such as corals and anemones to survive. Lighting in marine tanks that contain only fish and live rock is not an important issue. In aquariums containing invertebrates, however, where algal growth (of both free-living and symbiotic algae) is desired, more intense lighting is required. Various light sources include but are not limited to: natural sunlight, fluorescent, (Very High Output), T-5 fluorescent, , and . Each type of lighting has its own advantages and disadvantages. They all vary in initial cost, maintenance cost, spectrum obtainable, longevity, efficiency, and power.
The Euphotica LED aquarium light is designed for marine fish tanks and reef aquariums containing corals.
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Most corals are photosynthetic organism and they need a proper LED light which can provide a particular range of spectrum to thrive. According to the invertebrates added in your aquarium (LPS corals, SPS corals, anemones, or clams), you will need a particular light to meet their needs. Current USA Orbit Marine LED light is designed to help the growth of the low-medium light corals such as Soft and LPS corals. Besides, it can be used for a saltwater fish tank with only marine fish and . Product - Professional 36 Inch LED Aquarium Fish Tank Plant Marine Light.
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I noticed you said something along the lines of "If you can afford it, invest in a timer." Fortunately timers have become very cheap nowadays. I don't believe in the digital timers because they are expensive and do the same job as a dialed timer. I went on vacation in December of 2008, and I went out to look for a timer. The fish hobbyists stores would sell them for $15 or more! I did a little bit more research and the exact same timers are $5 at your local Wal-Mart. I now leave the timer on because I'm not home in time to shed enough light in the tank. My ideal time is to keep it on for 7 hours (3-10 PM).When you look at a marine aquarium, you will see beautiful bright colored fish, rocks, reef aquaria and other underwater inhabitants showcased in a clean and well-lit glass or acrylic tank. A balanced, safe and viable marine aquarium requires stringent water quality monitoring and distinct marine aquarium lighting.There are many variations of marine life keeping now popular in this country and abroad. For the sake of simplicity, I will categorize this article into the two major subdivisions: fish-only and reef lighting. Naturally, any lighting package suitable for a reef system would also be useable on a fish-only tank, but it would be rather like hunting squirrel with a stinger missile!The lighting used over a reef aquarium is critical to the health of the inhabitants, but not all fish and corals need the same type or amount of light. Our reefkeeping expert continues his Marine Aquarium Basics series with tips and tricks on picking the right lighting for your tank.Twice the spectrum, twice the effects
The Orbit Marine packs plenty of power thanks to the industry’s first Dual Daylight and Dual Actinic multi-chip LEDs. By incorporating two channels of dual color spectrums, we’ve created a light fixture producing eye popping colors with vibrant shimmer. The combination of 8,000K/12,000K white along with 445nm/460nm actinic blue creates the perfect spectrum for marine fish, inverts, live rock and corals to fluoresce like never before. Utilizing 120 degree lenses, the light spreads uniformly over your entire tank and color blends extremely well. Packaged in a sleek aluminum housing, the Orbit Marine is a brilliant lighting solution engineered for maximum tank enjoyment.The primary difference between a reef tank and a fish only marine tank is the presence of live corals and the inverts that help maintain a coral-suitable environment. The vast majority of corals maintained in home aquariums are photosynthetic. They convert light to nutrients and therefore essentially feed off the lighting available. This is accomplished through a symbiotic relationship between the corals and algae species called Zooxanthellae, which live inside the coral tissue and convert light into glucose through photosynthesis.