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48" Outer Orbit T5/MH for sale

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    ReefWerks - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Dec 2011
    Sun Prairie, WI
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    Default 48" Outer Orbit T5/MH for sale

    Will Ship: Yes
    Category: --
    Price: 350-400
    Condition: Used
    The 48 inch Current USA Outer Orbit HQI metal halide light for reef aquariums combines HQI metal halides lamps with actinic T5 lamps and Lunar Light LEDs.
    729 Watts/6.3 Amps
    Dimensions: 48" X 15.25" X 4.25" without legs. With legs the light is 7.25" tall. The legs expand to a maximum length of 48.5". The on/off switches, located on the ends of the light require another .25" of clearance. The power cords come out of the back of the light and require another one inch of clearance.
    Two 250 Watt 10K HQI metal halide lamp
    Two 54 Watt Actinic 460nm T5 Actinics and two 54 Watt 420nm T5 Actinics
    Nine Blue Lunar Lights and Nine White Lunar Lights (lunar lights are LEDs for night-time illumination)
    External electronic metal halide and power compact ballasts
    Independent switches and cords for metal halide and T5 ballasts. Lunar light also has independent power cord.
    Cooling fan
    Docking Mounts (legs for mounting the leg on the tank)
    Parabolic Reflector
    Splash lens to protect the bulbs

    bulbs 4-6months old 14K phoenix 250W MH
    T5 ATI Aqua blue special x2

    T5 ATI Aqua Blue plus x2
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