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Calling all Fluval Edge Owners


Lets help each other :happy:
I figured this would be a cool idea to kind of have a central point for Fluval reefs.


Please post
- FTS
- Equipment
- Livestock
- Obstacles, etc...



Finally I must give credit to Latteslave as I got this idea from the 20L thread....



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Equipment:
- Aquaclear 20 filter w/poly fill
- 18" Nova Extreme T5HO - 2x18watt slimpaq 460nm actinic and 10K
- Koralia nano
- 50w heater

Natural Filtration:
- 9 lbs Fuji LR and 1" LS

Livestock:
- Mini zoa colony, about 14 cerith snails, 1 Starfish, 1 Stomatella and few bristle worms.

Obstacles:
- I find myself topping off water every other day to keep the infamous bubbles out of the tank.
- I went with the T5 fixture to provide lighting to the entire tank. No corner shadows :happy:

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Equipment:
- Aquaclear 20 filter w/poly fill
- 18" Nova Extreme T5HO - 2x18watt slimpaq 460nm actinic and 10K
- Koralia nano
- 50w heater

Natural Filtration:
- 9 lbs Fuji LR and 1" LS

Livestock:
- Mini zoa colony, about 14 cerith snails, 1 Starfish, 1 Stomatella and few bristle worms.

Obstacles:
- I find myself topping off water every other day to keep the infamous bubbles out of the tank.
- I went with the T5 fixture to provide lighting to the entire tank. No corner shadows :happy:



This is great, I'm stoked and will be following this thread. It's hard to find good threads about the Edge. I love the tank and I am working through all the obstacles with the tank.

I am building a new hang on back filter that is quite a bit bigger and has the room for a fuge, installing an ATO via the Reef Keeper Light, a DIY LED fixture that will be getting installed tomorrow.

My thread is located at Reef Central in the nano forums.

Thanks again for starting this thread.

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This is great, I'm stoked and will be following this thread. It's hard to find good threads about the Edge. I love the tank and I am working through all the obstacles with the tank.

I am building a new hang on back filter that is quite a bit bigger and has the room for a fuge, installing an ATO via the Reef Keeper Light, a DIY LED fixture that will be getting installed tomorrow.

My thread is located at Reef Central in the nano forums.

Thanks again for starting this thread.

Thanks for chiming in and PM the link. :D

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This is my 1st foray into Salt Water Aquaria and i've started with the Edge as it is the coolest looking little tank on the block. The tank was started this January and has been running for about 9 weeks now.

Equipment:
Maxi-Jet 400
KPower Head for Maxi-Jet
KNano
Stealth 50w Heater
2x Coralife 50/50 10 watt.
2x LedWaves MR-11 Replacements. Check them out:
http://www.ledwaves....ED-p-19620.html

I've also ordered some waterproof led fixtures from http://www.aquariuml...o.uk/index.html *
Specifically the Fusion Blue and a Red Razor Strip for Night Viewing.
*NOTE that the 170mm fixtures or smaller fit in the stock hood of the Edge and that they will have a Brilliance model available shortly.

Natural Filtration:
9.5 lbs of Vanuatu Live Rock
15 lbs of sand for a 1-2" sand bed

Live Stock:
CUC: 3 Astrea Snails (soon to be replaced), 1 Narcissus Snail (soon to be replaced), 3 Blue Legged Hermits, 1 Scarlet Reef Hermit, 1x Skunk Cleaner Shrimp.
Corals: A group of Yellow Polyps, a pair of Australian Riccordea, some Zoa's and a Hammer Coral (R.I.P.)*

Obstacles:
Astrea Snails are usless as they need to be righted when they fall.
Narcissus Snail i have is to large will replace with a smaller one or two as they are a blast to watch while feeded the tank.
I lost the Hammer Coral, most likely a combination of not enough light and adding it to early to the tank.

Thanks for the thread.

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Thx Riley007. Its cool to see the circulation is not kicking up the sand. In addition, congrats for keeping the stock hood.

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Thx, i've been trying everything to keep the hood in place. I like the look of the tank and didn't want to mess with it. I'll post some more pics when i get back from vacation.

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Hello Everyone!
FTS taken March 6th, 2010
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Equipment:
- Aquaclear 20 filter with Pura Pad
- 2- 3 x 1 Watt 12 Volt MR16 CREE XLamp XR-E WHITE 240 Lumen and 1 Coralife 10W Mini Compact Fluorescent 50/50
- 50w Rena heater in filter compartment
_ Pura Pad pieces in filter compartment
- Coralife digital thermometer

Natural Filtration:
- 7-8 lbs LR and 1 1/2" Sand

Livestock:
- 1 Skunk Cleaner Shrimp, 1 Sexy Shrimp, 1 Yellow Clown Goby, 2 Scarlet Reef Hermit Crabs, 2 Nerite Snails, 2 Cerith Snails, 3 (or more?) Mini Brittle Stars, Asterina Stars, 1 Bali Feather Duster

Corals:
- Frogspawn, Candycane, GSP, Sinularia, Orange Ricordea, 4 Assorted Zoo's, Red Gonipora, Pipe Organs, Pulsing Xenia, Clove Polyps, and a Shaving brush.

Obstacles:
- Damn bubbles- even when keeping my water level about 1/2inch above rim
- Contorting my body to reach into the tank for re-arranging or cleaning- I have a flexible mechanic's "reacher tool" with a little retractable claw at the end, BUT when trying to move the rock by hand you are constantly knocking into corals. As far as cleaning, I am patiently waiting for a Nimble Nano so I do not have to reach to the very hard to reach places on glass which is pretty much all of the glass . (**I am aware that a solution to this issue would be to keep my hands othe ut of the tank**)
- Still not completely pleased with my lighting situation

Edited by picoD, 24 March 2010 - 04:05 PM.

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Cool I have been keeping eye out these little tanks. I will be following this thread closely.
We have one of these tanks setup as a pico reef equiped with a lighting upgrade. Not
the prettiest thing but they are using 3 Ecoexotic LED arrays for daylights and actinics.
They are laided on the top front of the tank rather sloppy, but the lighting is so much more
improved from the stock lights. My main concerns are tank respiration as the top opening is small,
over heating and lighting. Still its a pretty cool looking tank.

H

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Hello Everyone!
FTS taken March 6th, 2010
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Equipment:
- Aquaclear 20 filter with Pura Pad
- 2- 3 x 1 Watt 12 Volt MR16 CREE XLamp XR-E WHITE 240 Lumen and 1 Coralife 10W Mini Compact Fluorescent 50/50
- 50w Rena heater in filter compartment
- Coralife digital thermometer

Natural Filtration:
- 7-8 lbs LR and 1 1/2" Sand

Livestock:
- 1 Skunk Cleaner Shrimp, 2 Scarlet Reef Hermit Crabs, 2 Nerite Snails, 2 (or more?) Mini Brittle Stars, Asterina Stars, 1 Bali Feather Duster, Frogspawn, Candacane, GSP, Sinularia, Orange Ricordea, 4 Assorted Zoo's, Red Gonipora, Pipe Organs, Pulsing Xenia, Clove Polyps, and a Shaving brush.

Obstacles:
-Damn bubbles
- Contorting my body to reach into the tank for cleaning or re-arranging
- Still not completely pleased with my lighting situation


Thanks Danielle. The tank is looking awesome. I might be able to help ya out here.....
-Damn bubbles - I top off like every other day. Maybe a cool ATO is needed. Im looking into this as well for my tank.
- Contorting my body to reach into the tank for cleaning or re-arranging - I would recommend some long tongs. I got the 18" marineland tong, but they are not strong to move rocks. I've been also looking into the large forcep tweezers. i have the nanomag for cleaning, but I might buy the nimblenano as it looks better and more durable.



Cool I have been keeping eye out these little tanks. I will be following this thread closely.
We have one of these tanks setup as a pico reef equiped with a lighting upgrade. Not
the prettiest thing but they are using 3 Ecoexotic LED arrays for daylights and actinics.
They are laided on the top front of the tank rather sloppy, but the lighting is so much more
improved from the stock lights. My main concerns are tank respiration as the top opening is small,
over heating and lighting. Still its a pretty cool looking tank.

H


Thanks Horusmachine. Can you edit the post and add a pic? it would be cool to see the setup/progress.

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Hi guys,

I started my edge about 2 months ago, and I really hate the lightening. Rite now I'm trying two Ecoxotic Panorama LED Module 24w, 8000K/453nm Actinic Blue, consists of 8 white led and 4 blue led, which should be 57.6w metal halide equivalent, and 1 stunner 453nmm. Before I used coralife 2x 18w 50/50 n most coral did pretty well; however, they started loosing colors and I couldnt keep the stock look at all.

Equipment:
1x Hydor THEO Heater 50 Watt
1x Rio mini 150(pump)
1x 20g filter
1x Coralife Digital Thermometer
1x Elos Test Kits
1x Mag-Float Magnet Cleaner
1x feeding prong

Lights:
2x Ecoxotic Panorama LED 12w, thinking of getting one more
1x Ecoxotic Stunner LED 453nm

Livestock:

Corals: (Sorry dont know the exact names)
7x zoanthids- Blue, neon orange, neon red, neon green, yellow, purple and other type of red
3x acan
1x brain coral
1x candy cane
1x tree
1x green torch
1x multipora
2x mushrooms- spotted purple or blue?, Ricordea florida
1x dendro
1x green birds nes
1x blue xenia pom pom
1x brow xenia
1x neon green cloves
3x some i havent figured out names yet

Fish:
I had 3 clowns- true percula- yellow, 2x false percula- orange and black
all died bc of fighting.
so I bought pretty expensive clown, it was on display tank @ LFS, but @ the end the owner agreed to sell it.
Picasso snow clown, it is extremely nice, it has helmet n the white cover one eye. (20% black, 30% white, 50% rich orange)
I love this fish

Inverts:
2x sexy shrimp
5x hermit crab
1x small crab
4x snail

Natural Filtration:
approximately 15 lbs LR
1" - white, extra fine sand

I have DSLR camera; however, I cant upload anything, I guess the files are too large. Therefore I gotta use my walk n shoot camera, and use the smallest size. As u can see the pic's quality sucks.

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Hi there,
Im new to nano reef and have been trying to find out about how far you can push these tanks, and they have amazed me, I've never done a marine tank but going to start soon on a edge, I ve read alot about there light problems. Can you lot send me some advise on LEDs as I heard they are the best going at the moment?? Thanx ps all you tanks look great

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omgomgomg my pics will be on tonight after water clears (forgot to take them before working in the tank :rant: ) but better late than never :happydance:

nice setup, you are right the lights do SUCK i have the maxspect 60w led that should be ariving sometime this week fingerscrossed . hoping for the best



Hi guys,

I started my edge about 2 months ago, and I really hate the lightening. Rite now I'm trying two Ecoxotic Panorama LED Module 24w, 8000K/453nm Actinic Blue, consists of 8 white led and 4 blue led, which should be 57.6w metal halide equivalent, and 1 stunner 453nmm. Before I used coralife 2x 18w 50/50 n most coral did pretty well; however, they started loosing colors and I couldnt keep the stock look at all.

Equipment:
1x Hydor THEO Heater 50 Watt
1x Rio mini 150(pump)
1x 20g filter
1x Coralife Digital Thermometer
1x Elos Test Kits
1x Mag-Float Magnet Cleaner
1x feeding prong

Lights:
2x Ecoxotic Panorama LED 12w, thinking of getting one more
1x Ecoxotic Stunner LED 453nm

Livestock:

Corals: (Sorry dont know the exact names)
7x zoanthids- Blue, neon orange, neon red, neon green, yellow, purple and other type of red
3x acan
1x brain coral
1x candy cane
1x tree
1x green torch
1x multipora
2x mushrooms- spotted purple or blue?, Ricordea florida
1x dendro
1x green birds nes
1x blue xenia pom pom
1x brow xenia
1x neon green cloves
3x some i havent figured out names yet

Fish:
I had 3 clowns- true percula- yellow, 2x false percula- orange and black
all died bc of fighting.
so I bought pretty expensive clown, it was on display tank @ LFS, but @ the end the owner agreed to sell it.
Picasso snow clown, it is extremely nice, it has helmet n the white cover one eye. (20% black, 30% white, 50% rich orange)
I love this fish

Inverts:
2x sexy shrimp
5x hermit crab
1x small crab
4x snail

Natural Filtration:
approximately 15 lbs LR
1" - white, extra fine sand

I have DSLR camera; however, I cant upload anything, I guess the files are too large. Therefore I gotta use my walk n shoot camera, and use the smallest size. As u can see the pic's quality sucks.


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thanks shorty.do
the tank looks awesome. You should def start a thread so we can all follow progress. Did you happen to keep everything with the stock hood?

Hi guys,

I started my edge about 2 months ago, and I really hate the lightening. Rite now I'm trying two Ecoxotic Panorama LED Module 24w, 8000K/453nm Actinic Blue, consists of 8 white led and 4 blue led, which should be 57.6w metal halide equivalent, and 1 stunner 453nmm. Before I used coralife 2x 18w 50/50 n most coral did pretty well; however, they started loosing colors and I couldnt keep the stock look at all.

Equipment:
1x Hydor THEO Heater 50 Watt
1x Rio mini 150(pump)
1x 20g filter
1x Coralife Digital Thermometer
1x Elos Test Kits
1x Mag-Float Magnet Cleaner
1x feeding prong

Lights:
2x Ecoxotic Panorama LED 12w, thinking of getting one more
1x Ecoxotic Stunner LED 453nm

Livestock:

Corals: (Sorry dont know the exact names)
7x zoanthids- Blue, neon orange, neon red, neon green, yellow, purple and other type of red
3x acan
1x brain coral
1x candy cane
1x tree
1x green torch
1x multipora
2x mushrooms- spotted purple or blue?, Ricordea florida
1x dendro
1x green birds nes
1x blue xenia pom pom
1x brow xenia
1x neon green cloves
3x some i havent figured out names yet

Fish:
I had 3 clowns- true percula- yellow, 2x false percula- orange and black
all died bc of fighting.
so I bought pretty expensive clown, it was on display tank @ LFS, but @ the end the owner agreed to sell it.
Picasso snow clown, it is extremely nice, it has helmet n the white cover one eye. (20% black, 30% white, 50% rich orange)
I love this fish

Inverts:
2x sexy shrimp
5x hermit crab
1x small crab
4x snail

Natural Filtration:
approximately 15 lbs LR
1" - white, extra fine sand

I have DSLR camera; however, I cant upload anything, I guess the files are too large. Therefore I gotta use my walk n shoot camera, and use the smallest size. As u can see the pic's quality sucks.



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thx for stopping in Shamy. There are a few tanks on NR that have led setups. I would recommend a search in the top right corner. I've seen it done so far with led strips, mr11/mr16 replacements and custom led builds. All provide good amounts of light, but it really depends on your setup/scape IMO.

Hi there,
Im new to nano reef and have been trying to find out about how far you can push these tanks, and they have amazed me, I've never done a marine tank but going to start soon on a edge, I ve read alot about there light problems. Can you lot send me some advise on LEDs as I heard they are the best going at the moment?? Thanx ps all you tanks look great



Thx for stopping in jbb_00 can't wait to see the post =)

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some one has order maxspect 60? my friend did it on his tank, and he told me that it was like a spot light, it went just straight down, so he returned it. Well, let us know how it works out for you, please. I know that the maxspect fit the hood, if the attachment hand is removed.

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Has anybody figured out how to make a hang-on the back refugium for the Edge?

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This is often the case. However, if your going to do something like a coral island then the spotlight might work.

some one has order maxspect 60? my friend did it on his tank, and he told me that it was like a spot light, it went just straight down, so he returned it. Well, let us know how it works out for you, please. I know that the maxspect fit the hood, if the attachment hand is removed.



Nice light effect! Which lights? Color? Quantity? I believe el fab did a AC20 fuge. Do a quick search and it's probably in the pico guide.

Has anybody figured out how to make a hang-on the back refugium for the Edge?



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I have 2 - Ecoxotic Stunner 6 Watt 18-8000K 6-453nm Blue LED Strip 12.5" and 1 - Stunner 6 watt 453nm Blue LED Strip 12.5"
Thinking of getting 1 more of the blue.....
Then making a custom housing and hanging it over the top.

I have seen the AC20 fuge.. great idea, but I'm thinking a little bigger. I would like it as long as the back of the tank.

"Nice light effect! Which lights? Color? Quantity? I believe el fab did a AC20 fuge. Do a quick search and it's probably in the pico guide."

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having trouble posting pics..... I'm off tomorrow so maybe i can fix the problem tomorrow.

as far as the maxspect goes, i hope it will work..... if it ever shows up. bought it in a group buy so it takes some time. also have an assortment of Rics on order as well . whenever i out smart my camera and computer i will share the goodness

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crappy photo, but here ya go.....

equip :

jebo 50w heater
rio 50 powerhead
stock filter w/ purapad insert
current 40w pc (until led shows up)
jbj auto top off

live stock :

tailspot blenny
pom pom crab
2 x sexy's
2 x astrea snail

coral :

frogspawn
pulsing xenia
fuzzy shrooms
gsp
yellow sponge

7-8 lbs live rock
6 lbs live sand carib-sea bahama oolite


maint :

1.5 gal water change once a week
clean glass evey day with mag float (boring)


have florida rics coming through group buy will post update when they arrive

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LoL @ cleaning glass. Cool tank :D

crappy photo, but here ya go.....

equip :

jebo 50w heater
rio 50 powerhead
stock filter w/ purapad insert
current 40w pc (until led shows up)
jbj auto top off

live stock :

tailspot blenny
pom pom crab
2 x sexy's
2 x astrea snail

coral :

frogspawn
pulsing xenia
fuzzy shrooms
gsp
yellow sponge

7-8 lbs live rock
6 lbs live sand carib-sea bahama oolite


maint :

1.5 gal water change once a week
clean glass evey day with mag float (boring)


have florida rics coming through group buy will post update when they arrive



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Hello Everyone!

I wanted to get some input from fellow Edge owners regarding something I never thought about until the record breaking "30 degree above normal", 91 degree temperature we had yesterday in NYC.
I work from home, and although it was 86 degrees in my house, the heat wasn't bothering me since I am not exerting a lot of effort sitting in front of a computer. It suddenly dawned on me that my tank water could be above normal. And it was. I watched it climb from its normal temperature of 79-80 degrees to almost 83. I finally panicked, closed all of the windows, put on my central air, and watched the temperature VERY SLOWLY drop back to normal.
Does anyone have a proposed solution for this potential summer problem?
I do not know anything about chillers, so please excuse my ignorance on this one. If this in fact is the answer, recommendations would be appreciated.
The only thing that I thought of as a "temporary fix" was to freeze a couple of RO ice-cubes, lol.
Also, does anyone know what temp range the Edge can safely fall/rise to without jeopardizing its inhabitants?

Thanks all,
danielle
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Hello Everyone!

I wanted to get some input from fellow Edge owners regarding something I never thought about until the record breaking "30 degree above normal", 91 degree temperature we had yesterday in NYC.
I work from home, and although it was 86 degrees in my house, the heat wasn't bothering me since I am not exerting a lot of effort sitting in front of a computer. It suddenly dawned on me that my tank water could be above normal. And it was. I watched it climb from its normal temperature of 79-80 degrees to almost 83. I finally panicked, closed all of the windows, put on my central air, and watched the temperature VERY SLOWLY drop back to normal.
Does anyone have a proposed solution for this potential summer problem?
I do not know anything about chillers, so please excuse my ignorance on this one. If this in fact is the answer, recommendations would be appreciated.
The only thing that I thought of as a "temporary fix" was to freeze a couple of RO ice-cubes, lol.
Also, does anyone know what temp range the Edge can safely fall/rise to without jeopardizing its inhabitants?

Thanks all,
danielle

Ughhh!! me too! Is it cheaper to by a chiller or keep the air conditioner on?

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i've had this problem as well.... being in Texas, i can expect 20-30 100+ degree days so until i can find a solution i had to move everything back into my 10 gallon for better cooling. if anyone finds a way to lower the heat and still keep the sleek look i am all ears :unsure:


thanks, Bryan

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