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Hello, I have a 14 gallon biocube what would be the best the best stunner led setup to keep any c...

Originally from ticket #666.

Hello, I have a 14 gallon biocube what would be the best the best stunner led setup to keep any corals i want. And are these leds enough on there own to replace my current stock tube lighting. Thank you. I am a beginner keeper so please forgive my ignorance.

Dear Scott Sheehan,

Thank you so much for contacting Ecoxotic and showing interest in our LED products.

If you wanted to keep "anything you wanted", we would recommend using the following:
1 - Panorama Pro LED Module 12K/445nm Blue
1 - Panorama Pro LED Module 445nm Blue
1 - Inline dimmer
1 - 60w transformer
1 - 2-way splitter

This will provide plenty of light for SPS corals and clams, as well as keep everything extremely colorful.

Please let us know if you have any further questions.

Sincerely,
The Ecoxotic Team

Thank you very much for the quick reply i thought generally a mix of white
and blue lights was best in your setup description you said two blue lights
is that correct?

Dear Scott,

We think you may be confused - we recommended:
1 - Panorama Pro LED Module 12K/445nm Blue
1 - Panorama Pro LED Module 445nm Blue
1 - Inline dimmer
1 - 60w transformer
1 - 2-way splitter

The 12K/445nm Blue Panorama Pro module is a 12,000K White & 445nm Blue mixed module, dominated by white light. Using it in combination with a straight 445nm Blue works extremely well in reef tanks.

Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Sincerely,
The Ecoxotic Team

and if i decided to go all lps corals what would than be a good setup for
my 14 gallon biocube reef tank im concerned mainly about heat as my
compacts now give off a bit too much heat.

Dear Scott Sheehan,

Thank you so much for contacting Ecoxotic and showing interest in our LED products. In a 14 gallon Biocube, we would recommend using one of our 8,000K/453nm Blue Stunner LED strips and one 445nm Blue Stunner LED strip. They will produce no heat, you will not require a cooling fan, and you can completely remove your existing compact fluorescent lamps.

Please let us know if you have any further questions.

Sincerely,
The Ecoxotic Team

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