My 29g biocube

Discussion in 'Nano Reefs' started by Jkimball, Jul 28, 2017.

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  1. Jkimball

    Jkimball Member Build Thread Contributor

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    The most current picture of my system. Been up and running for a year in August. Which is only a few days away.

    Tank specs
    Stock bio cube 29 gallon
    Mixed reef
    Eshoppes nano protein skimmer
    Phosban reactor
    30 plus pounds of live rock
    Chatoe and dragons breath algea
    2 clown fish black ice and regular snow flake
    Blue spoteee goby and orange tail damsel
    Shrimp , sand sifting star fish, blue leg hermits, assortment of snails.

    If you have any other questions feel free to ask! I'd love to answer them. Not sure what the deal is but my first thread was deleted. So I hope I can get this site figured out and some friends in the reefing community!

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  2. glb

    glb Well-Known Member R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Reef Squad Partner Member 2018

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    Nice setup!
     
  3. Flat4sti

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    Nice set up. It looks close to mine. I will have had mine two years in November. Do yourself a favor and up grade the lights. I went with Steve's leds, couldn't be happier. Also got a chiller off eBay.
     
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    glb Well-Known Member R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Reef Squad Partner Member 2018

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    How did you dial in the Steve's LED's? I've never been successful with mine and I'm sure it's because lack of knowledge on my part.
     
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    By dialing in you mean what percentage I have each light channel set at. The whites are about 65% and the blues are 85%. I run a 7.5 light schedule with a two hour ramp up and down. Come on at 2 and go off at 9:30. Actually the whites are totally off an hour earlier than the blues.
    I acclimated the lights 5% at a time over a few months to get where they are now. All of my corals and clam love em.
     
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