What's the difference between fluorescent, incandescent, metal halide, VHO, T5, Compact Fluorescent, and other aquarium lighting fixtures? This selection guide answers this and other questions to help you choose the right lighting system.
When designing your aquarium lighting system, your goal should be to duplicate natural conditions. Thanks to recent advancements in lighting technology, this has become an easier task. Learn how in this article.
Simulate the midday tropical sun with this high intensity lamp
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Double ended bulbs for HQI metal halide systems
Wide color temperature selection for fresh and saltwater applications Generates less heat than screw socket metal halide bulbs Double ended replacement bulbs recommended for use with the Ocean Light HQI Metal ...
10,000 degreeK lamps provide high intensity, purified super
daylight that simulates the midday sun. 50/50 lamps combine 50% 10,000 degreeK with 50% True Actinic 03 Blue phosphors for essential biological reactions. True Actinic 03 Blue lamps provide a blue ...
Multi system aquarium timer and power strip in
one convenient unit Simultaneously control light fixtures, wave makers, and other electrical aquarium devices Automate aquarium equipment to save time, effort, and money Easy to use Power Center means clutter free ...
Energy efficient high light output T 5 fluorescent
light fixture Enjoy high performance aquarium illumination at a great price Sleek, space saving design does not detract aquarium aesthetics Enjoy dazzling aquarium displays without high energy use. The Aqualight HO ...
Coralife Actinic Blue Lamps emulate the softer shades
of blue light found at dawn, dusk, and in deeper water. Spectral peak at 420 nanometers promotes photosynthesis and causes corals to fluoresce in beautiful glowing colors. For use with saltwater ...