|Approved:||CE & RoHs|
|Replace to:||Equal to 600-800w HPS/MH,save 80% power consumption|
|Input voltage(V):||AC 85V-265V|
|Work frequency(Hz):||50/60 Hz|
|Cooling fans:||Built-in 8 cooling fans, unique heat sink|
Plug N Play, Lowest heat emit, Energy saving, Environment-friendly, Built-in hanging hardware, easy to set up in minutes
|Package Includes:||1x 300 LED aquarium light, 1x Power Cord, 1x Hanging Kit|
Full spectrum: Blue: 430nm - 475nm, White: 12,000K - 20,000K
Light emitting diodes, or LEDs, are becoming a popular alternative to fluorescent lights for aquarium use. LEDs use less energy, maintain a consistent light and can be targeted to precisely the wavelengths aquatic plants can use. LEDs have not taken over the aquarium market because of the significant initial expense of installing the proper type of LED lights, which can easily come to over a thousand dollars for very large aquariums.
While any LED lights can be used to help illuminate an aquarium, the typical LEDs are useless in promoting plant growth. The most common types of LEDs simply offer a supplemental form of lighting. Lights designed for aquariums provide both illumination and support the ecosystem, primarily by encouraging healthy aquatic plant growth. To perform the latter function, special LEDs that are much more powerful are necessary. Even so, an aquarium-grade LED only uses a fraction of the energy of a standard fluorescent light.
Aquarium LED Cost
The primary drawback to LED lighting in aquariums is the cost involved. To get lights that accomplish all the functions needed, the cost is routinely in the hundreds of dollars for small aquariums and over $1,000 for large ones as of 2011. While you may often see LED lights advertised for aquariums at under $100, these are simply supplemental light LEDs that will provide illumination but cannot replace the function of fluorescent lights in supporting the ecosystem. Costs are falling rapidly as more enthusiasts use LEDs, but they are not competitive with fluorescent lights as of 2011.
Aquarium-grade LED lighting avoids creating energy that is wasted as heat. It also eliminates the need for cooling fans to dissipate the heat fluorescent lights generate. This will allow you to use standard heaters to control the temperature of your tank without fear of damaging the tank through the failure of a lighting fan or any other light malfunction.
|This LED Aquarium Light 300w Can Work For These Countries Below|
|Country||Compatible Voltage||Country||Compatible Voltage|
|United States||110 V||Canada||110 V|
|United Kindom||220 V||France||220 V|
|Italy||220 V||Spain||220 V|
|Geman||220 V||Portugal||220 V|
|Finland||220 V||Denmark||220 V|
|Belgium||220 V||Netherlands||220 V|
|Argentina||220 V||Australia||220 V|
|Switzerland||220 V||Sweden||220 V|
|New Zealand||220 V||Russia||220 V|