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Old 01-06-2017, 4:23 PM   #61
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Just realized I never updated this. Got the radions mounted and the reeflink installed. I have the radions at 25% for 3 weeks with the acclimation period on and ecotechs preset coral lighting.

Interested to see how my corals like the radions.







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Old 01-12-2017, 8:23 PM   #62
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This mushroom is making babies like crazy.





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Old 01-12-2017, 8:29 PM   #63
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Are you eventually going to go all radion or are you sticking with the T5 combo?

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I want to add a third radion to the center to get rid of all shadowing. But I will keep t5 supplemental lighting. They come on about 4 hours a day and I can tell a difference from when I was 100% led with the reefbreeder. My corals are opening up a lot more and my zoas are multiplying a lot faster.

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Old 01-12-2017, 8:48 PM   #65
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I want to add a third radion to the center to get rid of all shadowing. But I will keep t5 supplemental lighting. They come on about 4 hours a day and I can tell a difference from when I was 100% led with the reefbreeder. My corals are opening up a lot more and my zoas are multiplying a lot faster.
Interesting! Kind of makes me want to supplement mine... wish i hadn't thrown the dual T5 setup I had away... how many/what color bulbs do you have??

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I use 4 bulbs. 2 giessman super purple and 2 ati blus plus.

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i recommend supplemental t5. Best of both worlds.

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