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PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 12:33 pm Post subject: The Sun Reply with quote

 Hey  Folks,
 
 Sunlight  for  your  aquarium????  hmmm  read  on
 
 Some  info  about  the  Sun  in  the  other  part  of  the  world.....   Very Happy   Very Happy   
 
 
 In  the  early  morning,  the  sun  comes  up  from  the  tropical  rain  forest,  and  fills  the  land  surface  in  golden  colors.  Suddenly  a  chorus  of  the  birds,  and  flap  of  the  bird's  wings  reaches  our  ears.  A  school  of  fish  is  comfortably  passing  through  the  shade  of  wavering  aquatic  plants  in  the  light.
 In  the  early  evening,  the  burning  sun  sets  under  horizon  as  if  the  earth  pulses.  Against  the  backdrop  of  the  river  surface  reflecting  the  sunset  glow,  the  creatures  calmly  returns  to  the  forest.  The  star-filled  night  sky  was  spreading  upon  us.
 
 
 Pic  courtesy  mongabay
 
 It  took  ADA  10  years  to  develop  the  Lighting  System,  targeting  to  become  the  Sun  of  the  Amazon,  which  nurtures  millions  of  species  of  life.  NA  Lamp,  Metal  halide  lamp,  and  high  performance  electronic  ballast.  Ultimate  functional  beauty  with  simplicity  illuminates  the  fish  and  plants  with  their  native  light.
 
 All  this  is  the  text  from  the  ADA  nature  aquarium  book  by  the  Great  Man  himself  Mr.  Amano

 
 
 
 Penetration  of  light  through  water  in  the  natural  habitat  of  aquatic  plants  
 
 In  tropical  rain  forests,  hundreds  of  different  kinds  of  trees  and  plants  grow.  Through  the  thick  leaves  of  those  trees,  sun  light  scarcely  shines  on  a  river  and  only  for  a  very  limited  time  in  the  day.  Aquatic  plants  in  their  natural  habitats,  often  grow  on  the  river  banks  or  river  beds,  waiting  for  the  sunlight  to  come  in.  NA  Lamp  is  ADA's  original  fluorescent  tube  fine  tuned  for  the  best  composition  of  the  light  spectrum,  and  designed  specifically  for  the  growth  of  aquatic  plants  in  an  aquarium.  Set  at  8,000  Kelvin  color  temperature  and  with  a  newly  adopted  additional  green  spectrum,  NA  Lamp  brings  out  the  beauty  of  aquatic  plants  in  an  aquarium.
 
 Metal  Halide  lamps
 
 
 In  the  morning  or  in  the  evening,  the  sun  light  is  reflected  off  water  surface  and  does  not  penetrate  into  the  water.  At  such  times  of  the  day,  sunlight  has  a  more  reddish  spectrum.  This  means  that  aquatic  plants  hardly  utilize  the  reddish  light  in  the  natural  habitats.  Photosynthesis  is  generally  limited  to  the  hours  roughly  between  10am  to  2pm  of  the  day,  when  the  sunlight  comes  in  at  an  angle  of  45  or  higher  and  penetrates  into  the  water  without  being  reflected  off  the  water  surface.  The  sunlight  during  those  hours  has  a  more  green-blue  spectrum.  NA  Lamp  has  a  similar  composition  to  create  the  ideal  conditions  within  an  aquarium.
 
 NA  Lamps

 
 
 The  below  are  all  T8  lamps.
 
   NA  Lamp  15W-Rs  1283/-
   NA  Lamp  20W(580mm)-  Rs  1283/-  
   NA  Lamp  30W-  Rs  1676/-
   NA  Lamp  32W-  Rs  1789/-      
   NA  Lamp  40W(1198mm)-Rs  2351/-
 

 ADA  MH-150W  bulb  (Green)  -Rs  6739/-
 
 These  tubes  and  lamps  will  fit  into  standard  tube  and  MH  fixture  available  in  India.
 
 
 Remember  getting  the  Sun  into  your  home  is  a  very  big  affair.As  you  know  the  Sun  isin't  available  for  sale  so  easily.....  like  you  will  find  in  www.aquaspotworld.in/index.html
 
 Buy  the  Light  designed  after  the  Sun  God  and  be  blessed  with  an  awesome  planted  tank...  Very Happy  Very HappyVery HappyVery HappyVery Happy
 
 
 Come  September  and  you  will  never  need  to  worry  about  what  light  to  use  for  the  planted  tank  when  you  have  the  Sun  itself....it  cant  get  better  than  this  Thumbs Up  
 
 Regards
 Adip
 www.aquaspotworld.in/index.html
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