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    My proposed setup is it consider as high light output?

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    Hi everyone,

    Question to ask, many thanks to all who reply in advance..

    My light is a Aqua UP Z LED series, my tank measurement is 40(L) x 25 (W) x26 (H). If my substrate thickness is 6.35cm and my LED light is position on the tank using its supplied stand, would this setup be considered high light?

    thank you

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    Re: My proposed setup is it consider as high light output?

    Which model of UpAqua Z Series are you using? Normally, Up Aqua Z Series provides just enough lighting for the plants to grow nicely. The light is not that strong compared with other brands like Chihiros / Twinstar.
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    Re: My proposed setup is it consider as high light output?

    the planted tank version, not the marine type. if it is not that strong, I will just use the stock LED holder and placed on the tank. Thanks Jacky for your reply

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    Re: My proposed setup is it consider as high light output?

    You are welcome bro. Yes, you can just use the original acrylic stand for the light. I used Up Aqua Pro Z series at the beginning, too. It is a good light.


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