Ocean revive t247

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  1. steven osborn

    steven osborn New Member

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    I got the ocean revive t247 I want to keep soft corals like zoas, gsp, frogspawn, torches, etc I don’t got any coral set but I want to get my light running on a schedule and intensity I have a 29gal tank that 39x12x18 with the light 6 1/4 to 6 1/2 inch from the water what should I have my light set too
     
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    tommyhere Valuable Member Build Thread Contributor

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    My t 247 are bright, I can't go over 20% blue only without burning coral! But great light. I don't use the white.
    I'm about 13 inches off the water. 20171123_175833.jpg
     
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    ReefLEDLights Valuable Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    Please use this Forum for questions concerning our Sirius XTC and DIY Kits

    Ideally you want to acclimate your corals to and intensity of around 200 PAR on the sand bed... This would be the equivalent to a 400 watt MH over a 30" deep tank.

    If your not sure what PAR levels you have we do rent PAR Meters with Prepaid Return Postage.

    Bill
     
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