Thanks! Sorry for taking so long to reply. I had to chip away some of the plastic towards the front of the hood, where it connected to the mesh so that the AI Nano could sit flush with the front of the hood. I'll take some pics later.Your tank looks great! I have a similar set up but can't seem to fit the AI Nano light underneath due to the rear cables hitting the AC20 HOB. How did you work around that?
I have no idea on the O2 levels. My ph is pretty steady between 8.0 and 8.3. These tanks look really great when running perfect but it is a major PITA to maintain and scape due to the small opening. I wouldn't recommend it LOL.I wonder how the ph is. And the o2 level. I always had low ph issues when i had my open top 40br. Interested in starting one of these.
Yes a couple of members here have them and they look gorgeous, you could always make a lid or a canopy. Good luck.Maybe 12g mr aqua tank would be better. I was trying to deal with less to no evap with the fluval edge which makes my top off life much easier. But not if its gonna make everything else in the hobby much harder.
What lights are you going with?Hi, awesome tank! I'm using a 12 gallon edge for my new setup as well (just waiting for my lights). I also, will be using an MP10 for flow. Did you have to cut a hole in the plastic on the back for the dry side to stick, or does it stick right on through the plastic and glass (that would be great!)? Also, are you still running the MP10 @ 50% in reefcrest mode? Thanks