Be the first to own this awesome the 28 LED Nano Cube Aquarium. More pictures of this and a movie for you later this week.In addition to the aquarium LEDs, you can add on the JBJ Nano-Glo 4 LED refugium light. The Nano Glo 4 is some intense LED lighting. 4 high intensity LEDs and attaches to the central sump area via magnets. This makes growing Chaetomorpha macro algae a breeze and can be hidden in the back of the tank.
First up, we have the Maxspect Nano Razor. This fixture is great thanks to a sleek design, easy mounting, and full control. It comes with a mounting arm for direct mounting right onto your aquarium. An on board digital controller will allow you to program custom timing schedules and dim the LEDs to your preference. The Nano Razor covers a reef tank up to 24" wide and 24" deep. The adjustable mounting arm allows you to easily raise and lower the fixture controlling the light spread.
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LED lamp AquaLighter Nano for freshwater aquariums up to 25 liters
The AquaIllumination Prime LED Light is the definition of advanced nano aquarium lighting. High strength, efficient lighting, full spectrum, wide spread and app controlled lighting are all some of the features this light brings to the tank See your nano-aquarium in a way you never imagined. This simple to install LED retrofit is nothing short of amazing. Specifically designed for all-in-one aquariums, the TrueLumenPro Nano-Retrofit Kit is a perfect LED lighting solution for nano-aquariums. Producing amazing shimmer effects and stunning color rendition, your about to experience your nano-reef in a completely amazing way.
Two powerful LED strips - Marine Fusion (12,000K white and 453nm blue) & Deepwater Blue (453nm Blue) cast a brilliant spectrum of light energy for reef inhabitants. You'll see incredible shimmer effects while making colors pop in your fish and corals. With a simple turn of a dial, you can independently adjust the brightness of each color spectrum, providing cool dawn/dusk effects and moonlighting. The extruded aluminum housing is extremely low profile, making them a perfect fit in almost any all-in-one hood. Easy-to-install, simply remove your old fluorescent lamps and retrofit the LED strips directly to reflector using the included swivel brackets. Water resistant and low voltage, they are super safe and completely silent (no cooling fan.)
TrueLumenPro Nano-Retrofit kits are designed to fit inside most all-in-one aquariums and provide the perfect light spectrum for marine fish and mixed reef nano-aquariums.
Each TrueLumenPro Nano-Retrofit Kit includes a 12" Marine Fusion LED striplight (1), 12" Deepwater Actinic Blue striplight (1), adjustable aluminum tank docking mounts(4), canopy swivel brackets with mounting hardware (4), (2) inline dimmers with on/off switch, UL transformer(1) and instructions. The new Kessil A80 is the Mighty Mouse of aquariums LEDs. It comes in a tiny little package but packs quite a punch!
Being about the same size a hockey puck, the 15W Kessil A80 is great for Nano Reef Aquariums up to 14” x 14”, or fish-only and freshwater aquariums up to 24” x 24”.
The dense-maxtrix led along with Kessil’s unique lens and reflector design allows for excellent color blend and great light coverage. The natural shimmer cast by the light is also quite mesmerizing.
As with the A160 and A360, the A80 also features two easy-to-use tuning knobs for manual color and intensity adjustments as well as ports for automated control with an external controller: such as Kessil Spectral Controller or Neptune Apex.
The same Kessil Logic that gives you the best spectrum at any color and intensity is also found on this A80 fixture.
If you are looking for a great light for your nano reef aquarium or an efficient light for your fish-only aquarium, look no further!
LED Aquarium Lighting - Video Playlist After trying out all types of lighting, I finally decided to try out the growing popularity of LEDs. Thought they were really expensive so I never really looked into it, to my amaze they were really cheap and I was able to complete this lamp with less than 40$.
The main problem with LEDs is that they heat up ALOT, but by using a simple L-shaped aluminium profile, some thermal paste and a 4$ computer fan, this problem ceased to exist. LED drivers are extremely useful as LEDs require constant current rather than constant voltage. The LED driver was, by far, the most expensive piece in the whole set-up, rounding up to about 15$. You can make a DIY LED driver with a voltage regulator and a resistance but it will never be as good and I decided to avoid the problem.
I decided to use the color sequence, shown in the video, to distribute the three colors of light as best as possible throughout the aquarium. Blue light will help to grow plants tall and strong while red light will help to grow them small and dense. This aquarium has some light demanding carpeting plants so I went with the max amount of light I could use in this small 10gal NANO aquarium. I know the watts per gallon rule isn't really good for measuring LED light in an aquarium, but in such a small tank I decided to go with it. I applied a 1.5-2 watts of LED light per gallon rule, which sums up to 15-20 watts for a 10gal. This lighting system has 7 3w LEDs (21w).
In Lumen terms: Each White LED is about 220 lm, each Blue LED is about 24 lm, each Red LED is about 67 lm. This sums up about 995 lm.
The light turned out to work perfectly, plants start pearling almost immediately after I turn it on, the fan keeps the heat sink (aluminum profile) at a really cool level and it makes no sound at all. The shrimp in the tank haven't been affected by the light change and the plants look better each day.