DIY Refugium Light [?]

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  1. YogiReef

    YogiReef Active Member Build Thread Contributor

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    Not sure if this will work at all, does anyone know if I could rewrite this light for a refugium, it’s called the i-Zoom Worklight, here’s the link to the amazon.
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    I have four of these and got them as freebies, I could do some trial and error.

    But my question is, is this even the correct lighting?
     

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  3. pandagobyguy

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    Hard to say. Look for what spectrum it makes. From my limited understanding you want a 660 nanometer red emitting light. I assume other stuff works also. But red 660 is the best.
     
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    Or full spctrum*
     
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