|Power(watt):||90W(90x1W LED diodes)|
|Approved:||CE & RoHs|
|Replace to:||Equal to 300-400w HPS/MH,save 80% power consumption|
|Input voltage(V):||AC 85V-265V|
|Work frequency(Hz):||50/60 Hz|
|Cooling fans:||Built-in 3 cooling fans, unique heat sink|
|Feature:||Plug N Play, Lowest heat emit, Energy saving, Environment-friendly,Built-in hanging hardware, easy to set up in minutes,|
|Package Includes:||1x 90w UFO LED aquarium light, 1x Power Cord, 1x Hanging Kit|
Full spectrum: Blue: 430nm - 475nm, White: 12,000K - 20,000K
Different aquariums need different types of light strength. On one end of the spectrum there is red light, which can only penetrate a short distance. At the other end is blue, which can go further into the water. Most fish are fine with yellow or green light; however, many aquarium plants need blue light to help them grow. There are several types of lighting available on the market for your aquarium.
Normal Florescent Bulbs
Normal Florescent or NO usually comes with a regular aquarium tank. This is enough for a fish-only setup. The NO bulbs tend to be cool and efficient; however, they are the least penetrating fluorescent bulbs. In aquariums with plants, they might be used as supplemental lighting.
High Output Bulbs
High output (HO) lights are available as T5 bulbs, which are smaller than the normal fluorescent. They emit more heat than the NO bulbs, but they usually come with a built in system to cut down on heat.
Very High Output Bulbs
Very High Output (VHO) comes in a variety of sizes; one of the most common is the T12. Although these bulbs emit heat, they don’t emit as much as a metal halide bulb. You get a more powerful light than the standard fluorescent. Unlike the metal halide, you get an even light source throughout your aquarium tank.
Power Compact Lights
These bulbs are designed slightly differently from the rest of the fluorescent bulbs. They have only one end cap attachment rather than the standard two, and the bulbs are available in different shapes from twin to square and triple. The bulbs are more efficient and powerful than other fluorescent bulbs. Power compact lights are smaller than normal fluorescent lights.
This is a high intensity aquarium bulb that produces a focused light. The bulbs are used in freshwater and saltwater aquariums with plants and coral reefs. You will need to use a water chiller with these lights because they heat the water up and you might need a UV shield to cut down radiation. The bulbs are expensive and should be handled with care.
LED is not technically a light, but a light emitting diode. It is good for night time viewing of nocturnal fish.
LEDs are used increasingly commonly in aquarium lights. Particularly for reef aquariums, LED lights provide an efficient light source with less heat output to help maintain optimal aquarium temperatures. LED-based aquarium fixtures also have the advantage of being manually adjustable to emit a specific color-spectrum for ideal coloration of corals, fish, and invertebrates while optimizing photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) which raises growth and sustainability of photosynthetic life such as corals, anemones, clams, and macroalgae. These fixtures can be electronically programmed to simulate various lighting conditions throughout the day, reflecting phases of the sun and moon for a dynamic reef experience. LED fixtures typically cost up to five times as much as similarly rated fluorescent or high-intensity discharge lighting designed for reef aquariums and are not as high output to date.
|This UFO LED Aquarium Light 90w 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|