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50/50 Lumi Lite Strip LED - Reef Brite

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12" 50/50 Lumi Lite Strip LED - Reef Brite (DISCONTINUED)

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Lumi Lite 50/50 LED Strips are ideal for a single light tank, or adding a full-spectrum light to other lights that may be lacking in certain spectrums. 50/50 LED strips provide a balanced blend of alternating Actinic Blue and White LEDs. These are great for FOWLR aquariums, and pair very nicely with the Actinic Blue Lumi Lites for a complete lighting solution. Reef Brite LEDs are some of the best in the industry when it comes to producing excellent color pop, and they have some impressive PAR output.

 

Available in:

  • 12 Inch
  • 24 Inch
  • 36 Inch
  • 48 Inch
  • 72 Inch

 

Each Lumi Lite comes with mounting legs that will let you mount them directly to your tank's rim. Add one to your current lighting system, or create your own custom lighting array. We do suggest using a small amount of velcro or double sided tape to secure the mounting legs. 

 

Inline Dimming

Reef Brite's Lumi Lite Pro models include two banks of LEDs for better coverage that can be dimmed with the included in-line dimming system that will remember the settings after a power cycle. 

 

Other Spectrums Available

 

Actinic Blue - A deep blue that helps bring out the fluorescent in corals and other inhabitants while promoting growth. It is perfect as an accent light to any T5 or metal halide lighting system or works great with the 50/50 models as a stand-alone lighting system. 

 

Specifications:

  • 24 LEDs per foot
  • Dimensions - 1.25" W x 1.1" H
  • Power Cord - >8'
  • Approximate Power Consumption - 1W per inch (example - 24" Lumi Lite uses about 24 watts)

 

What's Included?

1x Lumi Lite LED Strip Fixture

1x Power Supply

2x Tank Mounting Legs

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Product Questions

What's the difference between the lumi lite and tech lights? Does both come with brackets to attach to a T5 ATI fixture?
Question by: JOSEPH NGUYEN on Nov 17, 2017, 9:00 AM
Hey there,

The Lumi-Lite strips utilize somewhat less powerful 1 watt LED's driven at approximately 1/2 watt each. These provide great gentle coverage over a wide area and are perfect for accenting the tank with some extra LED pop. They include legs for mounting to the tank rim. The Tech LED's utilize 3 watt LEDs driven about about 1.5 watts each, giving a little more power and shimmer. They are designed to provide a similar amount of light as a T5 or VHO bulb, and are great for adding to a T5 fixture where you want that LED pop or shimmer. The Tech LED fixtures include the mounting brackets to attach to a T5 fixture such as the ATI sunpower. Other fixtures may not have the mounting holes and may require modification to work with these brackets.

Happy reefing!
Answer by: Zack on Nov 17, 2017, 9:45 AM
Hey there BRS, any idea what the PAR reading are like for these? I'm looking for a light to go in my 3 gallon SPS dominated pico.
Question by: Tanner on Sep 16, 2019, 12:30 PM
Hey there!

We are unable to say what the PAR will be, that is dependent on factors like clarity of water and surface agitation and how high the lights are above the water. I would not consider this to be the only light over SPS coral.

Take care
Answer by: Thomas Billington on Sep 16, 2019, 1:27 PM
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