Reef Brite

15" SE Metal Halide Pendant

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Reef Brite Metal Halide Fixtures are easy to mount and provide great coverage with their reflectors. The fanless design allows for passive cooling and produces up to 25% more light than other compact metal halide reflectors available.

Available In:

  • 250 Watt Single Ended
  • 400 Watt Single Ended

Metal Halide reflectors are widely used on many successful reef tanks because they simply work. Most other lighting systems try to imitate halide lighting and fail when it comes to the perfect amount of shimmer and intensity. With many different bulbs available, finding the perfect spectrum for your tank is possible. Pair the reflector up with Reef Brites 250W & 400W Digital Ballast for the best intensity and color. 


Mounting the Metal Halide Pendants can be accomplished in a few different ways. The most common solution is Reef Brite's Halide Hanging Kit, that can be suspended from your ceiling or wall brackets.


BRS Bulb Recommendations:

250W SE - Radium 20K Single Ended

400W SE - Radium 20K Single Ended


Dimensions - 15" x 8.75" x 4.5"


What's Included?

1x 15" Metal Halide Single Ended Pendant


Note: Ballast and bulbs purchased separately.

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Product Questions

Would you also be able to power 175 watt bulbs with these reflectors?
Question by: Scott Lamb on Sep 6, 2020, 2:50 PM
Hey there,
Thank you for reaching out to us! This ballast would not work for that bulb size.

Please let me know if you need anything further and take care!
Answer by: Matt Lucero on Sep 9, 2020, 9:58 AM
What is the difference of the 250W and the 400W fixtures?
Can I get a 250W fixture and use a 400W bulb in it?
Question by: Alex on Nov 18, 2017, 1:36 AM
There is actually no functional difference between the two fixtures. They are simply labelled that way to provide clarity to customers seeking a fixture for one or the other option.

Happy reefing!
Answer by: Zack on Nov 25, 2017, 8:52 AM