I recently had a friend buy your 36" high intensity strip lights for his 90 gallon fresh water tank, and he had to supplement the tank with more lighting ? How many gallons is the light rated for ? I haven't found anything about that online or in your questions. Nor do you have the gallon rating in the information on the lights. Would really appreciate an answear as I'm interested In buying myself one of your high intensity strip lights but I don't wanna have to put supplement lighting on my aquarium.
We do not make a "gallon rating" because they are intended for tanks of the length of the light. For example, a 48" - 60" long light will fit tanks from 55 gallons to 250 gallons. All of these tanks are 48" -60" long. However, when selecting a light, you need to know what the light is intended for and then what type of Kelvin rating, etc, is needed to accomplish that goal.
The Advanced LED is an extremely bright light at 6000 Kelvin. It is intended for tanks with freshwater fish only, but it will even support low light plants in most tanks. Tanks that are particularly deep, like a 150 gallon for example, would require two of these strip lights, one in front, one in back.
These are not "high intensity" lights. High intensity lights are typically ones with power compact or metal halide bulbs.
Date published: 2016-02-01