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There are many types of freshwater aquarium lighting such as: compact fluorescent, high output (HO) fluorescent, light emitting diodes (LED), metal halide, regular fluorescent lights, very high output (VHO) fluorescent, and many more. Indeed, the selection can overwhelm the beginner but really is not that complicated. There are two basic ways to light your aquarium, through the use of neon tube systems and HQL systems.
Net lights are available in all of the same colors as traditional mini lights. Both have been made for years with incandescent bulbs, but over the past few years, LED Net Lights have been increasing in popularity. LED nets are more energy efficient, brighter in color and have 30 times more longevity than incandescent Christmas lights. The one major drawback with the LED version is that they sometimes cost more than double the traditional bulb sets.
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