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    …48” of coverage and can provide useful PAR levels as deep as 30" below the surface. This uniform coverage minimizes hotspots and creates an effect similar to that of a metal halide / T5 combo.    PAR Efficient PAR measures all visible light, but coral health primarily…

    $839.00 Regular Price: $

    PAR (photosynthetic active radiation) is the easiest way to measure the available light for corals consume and use for photosynthesis. With LED lights giving more and more control to the consumer the best thing is a PAR meter that is affordable and simple to use. With PAR readings you can monitor…

    $234.00 Regular Price: $

    …– PAR (measurement of lighting intensity). With PAR we are able to look back to see how the light affected our aquariums, how it is lit now, and how we compare to our friends lighting set up. We even have a product to measure and log this with your APEX – the PMK – PAR Monitoring…

    $449.95 Regular Price: $
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    …world – PAR (measurement of lighting intensity). With PAR we can look back to see how the light affected our aquariums, how it is lit now, and how we compare to our friends lighting set up. We even have a product to measure and log this with your APEX – the PMK – PAR Monitoring…

    $174.95 Regular Price: $

    …but adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS…

    $319.00 Regular Price: $

    …but adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS…

    $180.96 Regular Price: $

    …Quantum PAR Sensor that now corrects for underwater variables. PAR (photosynthetic active radiation) is the easiest way to measure the available light for corals to consume and use for photosynthesis. With LED lights giving more and more control to the consumer the best thing is a PAR meter that…

    $69.99 Regular Price: $

    …but adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS…

    $389.96 Regular Price: $

    PAR. PAR stands for Photosynthetically Active Radiation. This is the light from 400 to 700 nanometers that organisms are able to use for photosynthesis – this includes the zooxanthellae algae that lives inside your corals. Other measurements like LUX are not useful at all as they measure just…

    $299.95 Regular Price: $

    …world – PAR (measurement of lighting intensity). With PAR we can look back to see how the light affected our aquariums, how it is lit now, and how we compare to our friends lighting set up. We even have a product to measure and log this with your APEX – the PMK – PAR Monitoring…

    $349.90 Regular Price: $

    …Quantum PAR Sensor that now corrects for underwater variables. PAR (photosynthetic active radiation) is the easiest way to measure the available light for corals to consume and use for photosynthesis. With LED lights giving more and more control to the consumer the best thing is a PAR meter that…

    $538.00 Regular Price: $

    …but adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS…

    $219.96 Regular Price: $

    …  PAR (photosynthetic active radiation) is the easiest way to measure the available light for corals consume and use for photosynthesis. With LED lights giving more and more control to the consumer the best thing is a PAR meter that is affordable and simple to use. With PAR readings you…

    $438.00 Regular Price: $

    Get real-time PAR measurements and datalogging right on your smartphone!   Apogee's PQ-510 PAR meter kit pairs the SQ-500-SS2 Full-spectrum Quantum sensor with their new microCache Bluetooth micro-logger to deliver PAR data right to your mobile device using the free ApogeeConnect…

    $592.00 Regular Price: $

    …but adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS…

    $275.00 Regular Price: $

    …but adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS…

    $286.00 Regular Price: $
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    …but adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS…

    $445.96 Regular Price: $

    …but adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS…

    $366.00 Regular Price: $

    …but adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS…

    $281.00 Regular Price: $

    …but adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS…

    $229.00 Regular Price: $

    …but adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. LPS…

    $249.00 Regular Price: $

    …adjustments should be made slowly over time with careful observation. A good starting PAR measurement, if you have a meter, would be around 100-150 PAR. Remember, it's much safer to start off with lower PAR and work your way up than risk bleaching a coral from too much light intensity. …

    $259.00 Regular Price: $
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