This question is specifically for the aquarists on the forum who have experience maintaining a heavily planted tank containing medium and high light demand plants with pressurized CO2.
I would love to know which mid-range LEDs you have had experience with and recommend with the following features:
1) Vibrant, popping colours on plants and fish, without being washed out or having a yellow cast
2) Either can be programmed with sunrise and sunset ramping, or is compatible with ramping timers like nicrew's (dimmable seperate channels is a bonus, but not a must have)
2) Coverage of a 48" long, 12" deep tank (light will be suspended) - tank will not be planted along its whole length
3) And because the light is to be suspended, a sleek profile is appreciated - not a fan of shades
I'm thinking Chihiros WRGB II, Chihiros VIVID, Twinstar 900S, ONF Flat one+ 90 cm (yellow/white), etc. Anyone care to chime in with their experiences with aforementioned lights?
Also, if you had a 48" long, 12" tall, 12" deep tank, which light/combo of led lights would you put on it?