By consumer request, Marineland introduces the Aquatic Plant LED

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I have a double bright on a "low tech" tank that is my daughter's tank. The aquatic plant light is in a class far above the double bright. I am still pretty new to this hobby but I can say without fear of reprisal that the Marineland Aquatic Plant LED can hold its own, at least with the plants that I am currently trying to grow. Which include (HC) that is about 20 inches from the light.
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Of course, this does all depend on what you're trying to achieve. With the Marineland Plant LED light, I think you'll be in either the high end of the medium light category or the low end of the high light category. I think this will require the addition of CO2. I'm beginning to think about it for what I have right now as algae is starting to increase. Until now, it had been pretty well under control. It's not horrible, but it has increased a little. Also, with the Marineland, it's either on or off, there is no way I know of to adjust the light level if it happens to be too high. OK, now the case for the LED+. With the two LED+ lights, I think you'll be in the low to middle part of the medium light category. This is a lot easier to deal with from an algae standpoint, plus you will have the ability to adjust the lighting level to what works for you if it is too high. You can also adjust the color of the RGB LEDs to what looks best to you. With the Marineland, you can't adjust these, you have to go with what they've set it at. It does have an integrated timer, though, and that is a plus. I wish they had done that with the Double Bright (and the Single Brights, I own two of those as well for smaller aquariums) because I can't use the moon lights with a timer. To be fair, I can't do that with the LED+ right now either, but that will change. Not so with the Marinelands I have. I recently 'bought' (traded $100 worth of other product for) the Marineland 'Aquatic Plant LED' lighting system for my 55g vivarium.
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Photo provided by FlickrThis Marineland Aquatic Plant LED Lighting System does what it is designed to do and does it very well.
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Marineland Aquatic Plant LED Lighting System w/Timer. Optimized for use in planted aquariums, the Marineland Aquatic Plant LED Lighting System w/Timer is notable for its 3 watt RGB LED lamps that provide 660nm red light, Green accent light and 460nm blue light. Polycarbonate focusing lenses and specially-facetted dispersion lenses maximize light penetration with an appealing light spread.More about the Marineland Aquatic Plant LED Lighting System w/Timer
The wait is finally over for freshwater-planted aquarists. Marineland Aquatic Plant LED Lighting System w/Timer is the LED lighting solution offering energy-saving benefits and the correct light energy for photosynthesis. A mix of 1 watt 6,500°K LEDs AND 3 watt RGB (Red, Green, Blue) LEDs provide aquarium plants the light they need to thrive. Together with a fully integrated digital timer, the Marineland Aquatic Plant LED Lighting System w/Timer delivers consistent and functional light to keep aquatic plants healthy and lush.Marineland Aquatic Plant LED Lighting System w/Timer. Optimized for use in planted aquariums, the Marineland Aquatic Plant LED Lighting System w/Timer is notable for its 3 watt RGB LED lamps that provide 660nm red light, Green accent light and 460nm blue light. Polycarbonate focusing lenses and specially-facetted dispersion lenses maximize light penetration with an appealing light spread.Marineland Aquatic Plant LED Lighting System w/Timer boasts a signature low-profile design that measures just 1/2″ thick. Cool-running and energy-efficient LEDs significantly reduce utility bills and eliminate costly replacement bulbs that dig into your budget. Adjustable mounting legs accommodate a variety of aquarium sizes. Fixture comes preprogrammed to simplify use or program custom light schedules. 50,000 lifetime hours. Use multiple light fixtures based on your reef illumination needs.