AQUABEAUTY G5 full spectrum led's (goodbye DIY)

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  1. Submariner

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    AQUABEAUTY G5 PROFESSIONAL FULL SPECTRUM UNLENSED LED'S

    Say goodbye DIY :thumbup:

    Please pm TSR for available stockists (stock is limited)

    AquaBeauty Series is our 5th generation LED lighting unit designed to meet the requirement of Professional Reef keepers. all corals including SPS, LPS , Clams and Anemones can now be kept under our full spectrum high output Generation 5 LED lighting units.With new state of the art LED we can now produce the extreme par levels required by even the most light hungry of coral species while at the same time on energy consumption.

    AquaBeauty also includes our new improved on-board lighting computer which is programmable to allow simulation of sunrise and sunset. Light intensity can be set any value from 0% to 100%, time can be set from 0-24 hours. It is with an easy-setting board, you just need 1-2 minutes to set all the programs with Manual mode, or to run the Auto mode with default settings directly. With the screen, you can clearly see the time, intensity and lighting temperature.

    AquaBeauty Features


    1. Case - Whole white acrylic case, lighter weight, more sleek looks and better electrical insulation
    2. Bracket - Adjustable acrylic mounting bracket matches up the fixture perfectly to top grade
    3. LEDs - Newest CREE and Osram dual LED unique 7-bands full spectrums with XTE, XPE and Osram 410nm dual Violet LEDs
    4. Power supply - all UL approval power supply with DC output voltage
    5. Channel - work with controller to simulate sunrise & sunset based on 2 channels:
    A. Cool white, Warm white, Blue, Green, Red and Violet
    B. Royal blue
    6. Operation - two operation ways: remote controller and panel key-press
    7. Setting - two setting modes: Manual mode with customization and Auto mode with default
    8. Installation - easy installation with adjustable acrylic bracket and hang kits
    9. Warranty - one year full warranty

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  3. Achilles

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    price?
     
  4. Submariner

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    Hi Achilles

    check your PM
     
  5. K_ONE

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    What optics are used on these fixtures?

    Thanks
     
  6. Rids

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    price of 70 w please
     
  7. Gareth0508

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    Please can you pm me the price and stockists on the 105w
     
  8. Zandy

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    Ok to all the LED guys..please help...How many would i need over a 1.5 lengh tank?
     
  9. butcherman

    butcherman Moderator MASA Contributor

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    according to the specs you would need 2 x 105w units for 60" or 5 ft
     
  10. Zandy

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    Thank you Steven..!:thumbup:
     
  11. butcherman

    butcherman Moderator MASA Contributor

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    @Zandy what is the width of your tank caasu at 2 units it will cover a 18" section or +-45cm
     
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  12. Zandy

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    mmmmmm okay my tank is 1500 x 600 x 600 12mm glass euro braced ...so quess two units wont be sufficient
     
  13. Ridwaan

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    WOW!
    Awesome units!
    Well done @ Submariner.
     
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    butcherman Moderator MASA Contributor

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    you might get away with it. are you doing sps dominant tank? and how is your rock work and corals spread out?
     
  15. Zandy

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    Well most my corals are in the middle of the tank....there are space on the sides to clean on all four sides...so yes the spread might not be a problem... now just waiting to hear on a price for two units...
    How would these units work together...do they connect with a wire or wireless??
    I am sorry but i dont understand all those very complicated specs...! Will leave it for the "PRO's"
    Just started out with SPS so won;t be dominated by SPS..more LPS
     
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    dallasg Moderator MASA Contributor

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    2 units will be fine based on the 60" x 18" diagram
     
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    Hi nathan

    Im building a 1 meter x 800 cube thats 60cm deep, planning a full SPS setup, please pm me how many units i would need and price please,
     
  18. Zandy

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    Thx @dallasg minus 1...= PAYG
    :tt2:

    Now the wait for the price !!!!
     
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  19. Zandy

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    I dont know these inch conversion without using a table ( too lazy at times)

    Only know a few things measured in inches.....lol;)
     
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    lol
    60" = about 1500
    18" = 450
     
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    hmmmm...? says me... the extremely happy vertex owner!!!!
     
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