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A metal halide bulb life expectancy for aquarium use is estimated at approximately 6,000 man hours, according to the manufacturers specification literature, which dictates that the lamps will need to be changed-out at a very minimum of at least once a year. As the metal halide lamp ages and is constantly being turned on and off each day from regular use, it begins to lose its ability to hold an internal gaseous glow, until eventually completely failing to provide the correct spectrum of light, or completely burning out. Aging LED's do not exude these similar characteristics. An LED aquarium light fixture designed to replace metal halides, can provide up to 100,000 hours or more, making LED lighting a more practical choice.
More efficiently collect their re-charge from the sun. Solar fixtures do not work as well during cloudy or rainy times of the year and may need to be cleaned and stored inside during these times of the year. Solar lights require no wiring which is one of the best reasons to use them. Models that include glass should not be left outside if you live where you receive lots of rain or snow.
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