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  1. #1

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    Has anyone had any experience with Reef Brite LED lights? We are switching our reef lighting over to LED from T5/MH and wondered if anyone has used these lights?


    http://www.reefbrite.com/reefbrite-tech-led/
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    Hey freind I am in the same boat as you. I am wait ing for mine to arrive.

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    They utilize a 3w LED, but without the focusing lens most of the light is dispersed into a very wide area. Thats why they are not all that great for SPS. You really want to look for ones that have some kind of focus, as this will put the light into an area alot more, thus more PAR and PUR. But, then again, it all depends on what your keeping.

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    Thanks for the heads up, we decided to go with an new T5 fixture instead.
    100g Reef

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    I know Taotronics LED Aquarium Coral Reef Tank White Blue Grow Light, they take advantage of 2nd optical, can make pars 2 times than ordinary Led aquarium light.

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