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60" SunPower High Output T5 Light Fixture - ATI

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60'' 6x80W SunPower T5 Light Fixture - ATI

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Just 2.1" thick, 60" ATI SunPower High Output T5 fixture provides optimal performance in a slim, contemporary design.  With active cooling bulbs run cooler and more efficient, while producing up to 50% more light than comparable competitors. 

  • Parabolic Miro-Silver reflectors made from silver-coated 98% reflective aluminum for each bulb
  • Active cooling system
  • 2 Power cords - one controls 2 bulbs and the other controls remaining bulbs
  • High-end components for 50% more light output
  • Energy efficient
  • Quiet operation
  • Built-in electronic ballasts
  • 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Bulbs Sold Separately

 

ATI T5 Lighting has been the standard for reef aquarium lighting for years. Their lighting fixtures are made with high quality components and ballasts that allow your bulbs to fire quicker and produce the proper spectrum. Each ATI fixture has active cooling fans that will keep your bulbs cool, allowing them to last much longer. 

 

Create your own Hybrid

Reef Brite XHO and Tech LED Strips can easily mount to ATI lighting fixtures letting you create your own custom hybrid lighting fixture. If you are looking for some extra shimmer, we suggest using the Daylight White or 50/50 XHO LED Strips but to bring out corals flourescence and color we suggest adding an Actinic Blue XHO LED and you wont be dissapointed. 

 

Description Length Width Height Gallons
24" ATI SunPower 4x24W 23.1 inches 9.4 inches 2.1 inches 20-50
24" ATI SunPower 6x24W 23.1 inches 13.4 inches 2.1 inches 40-70
24" ATI SunPower 8x24W 23.1 inches 17.5 inches 2.1 inches 50-100
36" ATI SunPower 4x39W 35.0 inches 9.4 inches 2.1 inches 40-80
36" ATI SunPower 6x39W 35.0 inches 13.4 inches 2.1 inches 60-120
36" ATI SunPower 8x39W 35.0 inches 17.5 inches 2.1 inches 80-160
48" ATI SunPower 4x54W 47.0 inches 9.4 inches 2.1 inches 50-110
48" ATI SunPower 6x54W 47.0 inches 13.4 inches 2.1 inches 80-160
48" ATI SunPower 8x54W 47.0 inches 17.5 inches 2.1 inches 110-220
60" ATI SunPower 6x80W 58.5 inches 13.4 inches 2.1 inches 120-240
60" ATI SunPower 8x80W 58.5 inches 17.5 inches 2.1 inches 160-320

 

Whats Included?

  • Individual Parabolic-style Reflectors made from Silver-coated 98% Reflective Aluminum
  • Active Cooling System
  • Built-in Electronic Ballasts
  • Acrylic Shield
  • 10-foot Power Cords
  • Sleek, Adjustable 'Griplock' Style Hanging Kit
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Trouble Shooting

 

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Product Name 60" SunPower High Output T5 Light Fixture - ATI
SKU 60 ATI SunPower High Output T5 Light Fixture
Vendor Clear Choice
Lighting Type Fluorescent
Fluorescent Bulb Wattage 80 watt
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Product Questions

Does the 60" 6 x 80w come with one fan or two?

Can i run this inside a canopy with an open top?

The manufacturer says to run the fixtures with the acrylic protective cover on at all times. How ever on your videos you have said running them with out is better. While do you recommend?
Question by: Fabian Lituma on Mar 30, 2017, 1:58 PM
Hey there,
The 60" fixture will have 2 fans for active cooling. There are some good reasons to use the protective shield, as this will prevent water splash from hitting the bulbs and reflectors, and it is also necessary in order for the fans to direct the water through the venting system and along the length of the bulbs. Since the air is draw in on one end, and passes to the other end and then out the top, the air does get warmer towards the opposite end, which results in uneven cooling and changes in bulb performance over the length of the fixture. For this reason, the alternative of having the bulbs exposed to the open air instead of running the fans allows more even output from the bulbs over the entire length and does appear to provide sufficient cooling for good bulb PAR output in some circumstances. If your canopy has an open top, this should allow for good air circulation and should be fine. You just want to avoid having the heat trapped in and around the fixture and bulbs.

Have a great day!
Answer by: Zack on Apr 5, 2017, 5:17 PM
I already have a 60" because i used to run it on my old 72" tank. Is it overkill to run it on my 48" tank?
Question by: Simon Camaj on Jul 17, 2016, 6:36 PM
Hi Simon,
You can easily run a longer light on your tank, the main issue being aesthetics is basically up to you and if you are OK with it being long, then that’s totally fine. The other side effect you may notice from having a longer light, is that you will get algae growth on the sides of the glass a bit quicker than if your light was properly sized.
Answer by: Charlie Onan on Jul 18, 2016, 5:50 PM
Hello! I have a canopy that is open in the back and the top sits about 16in off the surface of a 60x24x24. I know they do not recommend these fixtures for canopies. Why is that, and what is the advantage of retrofit kits vs. fixtures in a canopy, particulary when the fixtures have built in cooling systems?
Question by: Brad on Dec 31, 2016, 5:33 PM
Great question! The active cooling in the fixtures is exactly why they are not recommended for canopy or hooded tanks. The fans are located on the top of the fixture, and designed to draw air in. The heat generated within the housing is essentially twofold when enclosed in a hood or canopy. The retrofit kits, however, are not encased in a housing and essentially operate as an passive cooling system. :-)

Answer by: Randy on Jan 10, 2017, 10:27 PM
can i control this with a apex
Question by: Jared on Apr 21, 2016, 12:34 AM
Great question!
You can plug this into the outlet on the apex to turn on or off however no additional control options.
Answer by: Connor on Apr 26, 2016, 7:22 PM