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Hamilton Metal Halide Pendant

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Item #: HT1311P

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Features: Great, simple solution for lighting aquarium. Easy to adjust height. Allows for easy tank maintenance. Enclosed ventilated aluminum reflector fixture. 13.5" tall, 9.5" diameter UV stabilized absorbin...

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Features:
  • Great, simple solution for lighting aquarium.
  • Easy to adjust height.
  • Allows for easy tank maintenance.
  • Enclosed ventilated aluminum reflector fixture.
  • 13.5" tall, 9.5" diameter
  • UV stabilized absorbing lens (400W not applicable).
  • Enclosed remote ventilated ballast, on/off switch, 20` lamp cord.
  • Available in matte black, glossy black, and white.
  • 175W 5,500K Metal Halide bulb is included.
  • These are custom-built lighting systems. Please allow a lead time of 3-5 business days for assembly.
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bang for the buck Product Review by OTIS GLAMORE (Posted on 2/26/14)
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Great!

Comments: I purchased a second Hamilton pendant to enhance the lighting on my 72 gallon bowfront. I aligned them side by side over the "bow" and programmed each with timers to somewhat simulate the sun's path. I use this in conjunction with a T-5 pushed all the way to the back. At the suggestion of my reef expert, I upgraded to the 20,000K bulb and corresponding ballast and I removed the UV covers, since my tank has it's own glass top (According to Hamilton, these covers are primarily to prevent water from splashing onto the bulbs). The results are astounding and my corals are fully out, growing and wildly colorful.

Using these pendants in such a way is a relatively economical solution to the metal-halide problems of heat and the extreme expense of more traditional methods of reef illumination.