Purple Sea has formally introduced its 2nd LED fixture. Just some brief months in the past Purple Sea launched the 90 watt ReefLED and now they’re introducing a brand new 50 watt model. The 50 watt model was designed for aquariums as much as 20″ in depth and it supplies sufficient protection to cowl a 20″ x 20″ space. This mild can also turn out to be common for shallow frag tanks the place greater depth lighting just isn’t required.
The brand new lights will likely be out there as a bundled product with the Purple Sea MAX® NANO techniques. Present MAX NANO house owners wishing to improve their lighting to the ReefLED 50 would require the devoted MAX NANO mounting arm. The common mounting arm is appropriate for tank widths from 14″ as much as 20″ and a glass thickness of 5/16″ – 5/eight. The arms may be rotated back and forth when reef-scaping or when different tank upkeep is required.
Just like the ReefLED 90, the 50 watt model options built-in Wi-Fi which can seamlessly connect with the web although Purple Sea’s ReefBeat® good aquarium app.
The ReefLED 50 makes use of a compact LED array and the spectrum features a multi-wavelength, 23,000 Kelvin “REEF-SPEC Blue” channel (a proprietary mix of blue, violet and ultraviolet LEDs) along with an eight,000Ok White channel. As well as, a separate devoted 3W moonlight channel supplies low ranges of sunshine for reef-safe night-time viewing.
ReefLED additionally consists of an optical-glass, hole lens that ensures a homogenous mild spectrum with superb PAR values all through the aquarium. This prevents hotspots or areas with inadequate mild for coral progress.
Beneath are some comparisons of the spectral output from each RedSea ReefLEDs.
The retail/MAP value for the brand new 50W ReefLED is $219.00 and each variations of the mounting arms are $40.00 per arm. Purple Sea will start transport the brand new lights and tank mounts to licensed sellers on July 17th.