The Aquabeam 600 Ultima is compact solid state modular LED lighting strip, consisting of 5 Cree royal blue XT-E LED's which are great for coral luminescence, see our demo in store. This latest model incorporates a sleek design, sealed with a silicon rubber gasket, has new-style screws which ensure the unit is factory serviceable and new mounting brackets which fit into the heat sink for secure mounting.
The Aquabeam 600 Ultima is fully compatible with the MMS Modular Mounting System, offering a wide range of mounting options, available separately.
5 year guarantee, 2 years on transformer
Creates shimmer effect, when water surface is moving
Low heat output
Low running costs
Long life, estimated 50,000 hours
Low voltage 17V DC supply
Can be dimmed with addition of TMC lighting controller
LEDs: 5 x Cree XT-E Fiji Blue
Dimensions: 470mm long x 55mm wide x 30mm high, including heat sink.
Beam Angle: 120 degrees
Peak wavelength: 450 nanometres
Power consumption: 12w inc PSU
Total luminous flux: 20 lumens
PAR: 38 µEinsteins/sec/m2 measured at 400mm in air
Efficacy: 17 lumens per watt
More about Aquabeam Ultima 600’s
Solid State Lighting (SSL) refers to a type of lighting that utilises light-emitting diodes (LEDs) as sources of illumination rather than electrical filaments or gas. The term ‘Solid State’ refers to the fact that light in an LED is emitted from a solid object - a block of semiconductor- rather than from a vacuum or gas tube, as is the case in traditional incandescent and fluorescent lamps. Unlike these traditional lighting systems however, SSL creates visible light with reduced heat generation or parasitic energy dissipation leading to greater efficiency and lower energy costs. In addition the solid state nature of LED technology provides for greater resistance to shock, vibration and wear thereby increasing its lifespan considerably to more than 5 times that of traditional lamp units.
When you first install an Aquabeam light unit above your tank you will immediately see the main benefit of this LED technology. Unlike fluorescent lamps, Aquabeam lighting delivers a point source of light, and the passage of this light through water is comparable with what would be seen in nature under direct sunlight. In other words, visible beams of light will pierce the water and reflect the movement of the water surface, producing a more natural and eye-catching ‘shimmering’ effect in the aquarium itself. This shimmer effect is further enhanced by the contrast and moving shadows that are created on surfaces and aquarium décor in the aquarium.