Upgrading Fluval Nano Sea for Kessil a360x

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When I first started my journey into the salty side of the hobby I purchased a fluva nano sea light for my 10g. After a couple months I decided to upgrade my reef to a 15g, the corals inside my tank range from zoas, mushrooms, (1) candy cane, (1) torch, (1) Duncan, And some GSP. Last month I attended Reefpalooza and won a Kessil a360x Light! The only question I have is, how to I adjust the lighting to keep my corals from melting? And how often would I ramp up the intensity? Thanks!


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I would say start at the white, green, red between 2-5%, and blue and UV at 10% and from there move up blue and Uv 2% per week, until you’ve reached maybe 20-25% depending on how your coral react. Also might be good to see if you can rent a par meter, it’ll give you a better understanding.
I also got a 360x for a 20g shallow.
I’m in the middle of plumbing it, so I haven’t had the chance of running it.
 
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