Submersible lights

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by rach125, Jun 5, 2016.

  1. rach125New MemberMember

    Does anyone use submersible LEDs in their tanks? I was wondering if they have enough power to grow low light plants? I currently have no lid for one of my tanks but really need something as I plan to have zebra danios in there which could jump. I have got a piece of plastic which fits well but would not allow over head light through.
     
  2. sunshine2012

    sunshine2012Valued MemberMember

    Check out this sight and you will probably have more sights to check out that may be cheaper.
     
     
  3. TexasDomer

    TexasDomerFishlore LegendMember

    I wouldn't use them to grow plants. There are many cheap options for lights that will sit on top of the tank glass lid. You can get a dome light fixture and put an LED bulb in there?
     
  4. sunshine2012

    sunshine2012Valued MemberMember

    Do you maybe have a couple of pictures we can see? This might help us see what your options are.
     
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    rach125New MemberMember

    Thanks, I am in the UK so will see if I can find any here
     
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    rach125New MemberMember

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    I was thinking instead of the plastic thing on top could I use a condensation tray with an overhead lighting system?
     
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  7. sunshine2012

    sunshine2012Valued MemberMember

    I don't see why you couldn't try what you are thinking of doing.
     




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