RSS Aquatic Life 3 watt LED marine light fixtures shown off at Reef-A-Palooza

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    Aquatic Life*is an LED manufacturer primarily known for their entry level 1 watt *expandable fixtures, and their half watt fish sytem lights. They have*recently*announced*the release of a 3 watt fixture*aimed at the higher end LED market, and we got to check out the latest developments in person. At $729 these fixtures aren’t cheap, especially compared to other high end fixtures such as the Ecotech Radion or AI Vega but the software behind the fixtures is definately very impressive.

    The Aquatic Life fixtures have the nice metal body we all love, and we’ve almost come to expect from LED fixtures. Acrylic panels wedged between the sides furthermore give the Aquaticc Life fixture a nice look. The Aquatic Life three watt comes in at a total of 78 watts, and as the name suggest uses 3 watt LEDs. The fixtures are made and assembled in US and use a combination of white, blue and red Cree LEDs. The fixture is fully dimmable and allows up to 18 channel control, and gimicks such as lighning and cloud stimulation are also possible.

    The software behind the fixture is definately the strong point of the fixture with a buttery smooth interface. The light intensites can be simply draged up and down with your mouse on your computer, or can be adjusted through slider based window. Default lighting schedules can also simply be downloaded from the website in the case you don’t want to deal with setting up your own program. The fixture comes with a remote that allows simple features such as dimming, but that can also be used to roll through four different consumer programmed lighting settings. The fixture is connected through a USB cable, but an aquatic life dongle can also be used if you prefer a wireless solution.













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