Lid for Current Satellite Pro LED

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by Maltese, Jul 16, 2015.

  1. M

    Maltese Valued Member Member

    Right now I have a 29 gallon Aqueom tank and I'm planning to purchase a Current Satellite Pro LED. I'm also planning to purchase African dwarf frogs for the tank. However I've heard people say that frogs tend to jump out of the tanks so I need a lid. What lids do people recommend I purchase that works with this LED?
     
  2. chrt396

    chrt396 Well Known Member Member

    The Aqueon Glass Versa top is usually the best bet. I have them on all my tanks. Just don't drop them! I have a puncture wound on the top of my foot to show you why!


    http://www.amazon.com/All-Glass-Aquarium-AAG29030-30-Inch/dp/B0002AS802
     
  3. OP
    OP
    M

    Maltese Valued Member Member

    Thanks! Question though, do I put the LED on top or below the lid?
     
  4. chrt396

    chrt396 Well Known Member Member

    You get the top...and you'll have the glass of course that is joined by a flexible rubber hinge. That way you can open and close the lid for maintenance and feeding. The LED light just goes on top of the glass. Periodically, you;ll need to clean the glass to rid yourself of mineral deposits from the water that splashes up on the glass. I use white vinegar on a paper towel and that eats it right off. There will be a plastic attachment that goes on the back of the glass that seals the tank in the rear. You will need to cut that with a pair of scissors to fit around any filters or tubes.
     
  5. chrt396

    chrt396 Well Known Member Member

    Here are some pics to view.

    29 gallon tank with Finnex light and canister tubes
    tank 1.jpg tank 5.jpg

    55 gallon tank with canister tubes and Satellite Plus
    tank 3.jpg

    90 gallon tank with Canister tubes and UV tubes with a Satellite Pro Plus and an Aqua sky
    tank 4.jpg

    29 gallon tank #2 with HOB Filter and Satellite Plus
    tank 2.jpg
     
  6. OP
    OP
    M

    Maltese Valued Member Member

    Thanks for the pictures! I do have to ask though, I use an AquaClear 70 filter. Doesn't that mean that I have to keep some of the lid opened in order to fit in the filter? Wouldn't that give frogs a means to escape?
     
  7. chrt396

    chrt396 Well Known Member Member

    Make it a tight fit and shouldn't be a problem!! Hmmm...do you have a cat? He'll find them if one of your frogs gets out!
     




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