LED Aquarium Lights
Recently you may have seen an increase in flashy fish tanks. Just how do they get that flashy? The answer is submersible LED strips! Find out more about the many advantages and single disadvantage of LED aquarium lights below:
Advantages of using LED aquarium lights:
- LED aquarium lights are low cost and high efficiency.
- The lights use a low wattage yet have the same illumination strength.
- LED aquarium lights emit zero UV radiation.
- LED aquarium reach higher depths then the other units.
Not Convinced? Find more advantages below:
LED units come equipped with a dimmer. Dimmers allow you to set the lights at a preferred setting to suit you and your fish better! LED units run at very low heat levels compared to conventional sources of lighting. LED aquarium lights have heat sinks and fans built into the unit to assure a very cool system. This reduces the amount of water that is evaporated.
The Disadvantage of using LED aquarium lights:
The LED units can be pretty costly at first. Although they save a lot of money in the long run, you still need to be able to afford them. Their high-cost is due to them not being mass produced. They are difficult to obtain and sell out fast as a result. You are better off pre-ordering them and waiting it out to ensure you snag one of these cool devices!
The pros far outweigh the cons in our opinion. We hope this was helpful in helping you make a decision for your aquatic needs!
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