- 48" Dimmable SunPower T5 Light Fixture - ATI
ATI T5 fixtures have always been on the top of the game of lighting for quite some time. With the latest technology in T5 dimmable control and proven performance, the ATI Dimmable Sunpower is one of the best lights on the market today. Compared to other lighting systems there is an unmatched comparison in output, controllability, at an easy price point.
- Built-in Controller with up to 10 set points
- Individual Parabolic-style Reflectors made from Silver-coated 98% Reflective Aluminum
- Active Cooling System
- Built-in Electronic Ballasts
- Acrylic Shield
- 6-foot Power Cord
- Sleek, Adjustable ‘Grip-lock’ Style Hanging Kit
- 1 Year Warranty
Superior Lighting Control
With 10 individual set-points, the built-in controller produces much more realistic dawn-dusk and daylight simulations than non-dimmable fixtures.
Plug & Play
With the built-in controller, there is nothing more to buy.
Superior design and high-end components produce 50% more light than most other equally-sized T5 fixtures. An active cooling system allows bulbs to run at a more optimal temperature, improving both bulb output and bulb life.
Produces up to 50% more light than most other equally sized T5 fixtures, without using more energy.
Clean, Contemporary Design
The slim, silver colored body is lightweight, durable, rust-proof and just 2.1” high. All components including the controller and T5 ballasts are built into the fixture housing with the only item external to the fixture being a single power-cord.
Quiet, Cool Operation
Runs cool and produces virtually no noise.
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 fluorescence and color we suggest adding an Actinic Blue XHO LED and you won't be disappointed.
|24” 4x24W Dimmable SunPower with Controller||23.1 inches||9.4 inches||2.1 inches||20-50|
|24" 6x24W Dimmable SunPower with Controller||23.1 inches||13.4 inches||2.1 inches||40-70|
|24" 8x24W Dimmable SunPower with Controller||23.1 inches||17.5 inches||2.1 inches||50-100|
|36" 4x39W Dimmable SunPower with Controller||35.0 inches||9.4 inches||2.1 inches||40-80|
|36" 6x39W Dimmable SunPower with Controller||35.0 inches||13.4 inches||2.1 inches||60-120|
|48" 6x54W Dimmable SunPower with Controller||47.0 inches||13.4 inches||2.1 inches||80-160|
|48" 8x54W Dimmable SunPower with Controller||47.0 inches||17.5 inches||2.1 inches||110-220|
*Bulbs not included
Tuning Your New LED Light
Most LED lights will actually put out more light than your corals will actually need and without a PAR Meter to test the overall output, it is really hard to guess if the light is too dim or intense. We highly suggest using a PAR Meter to test the output of your lights at different points throughout your tank that you can use to tune the lights output or know where to put specific corals.
love this light!! By pete on 8/4/2018pete would recommend this product to a friendlove this light!
The best of T5 By plexx on 1/16/2018plexx would recommend this product to a friendThe ATI dimmable is the top performer in T5 fixtures in my opinion. The most par , active cooling , longer bulb life and the dimming is seamless. I have used other t5 fixtures and the output of the ATI and the quality of the reflectors is the best I have seen. Don't waste your money and time, just get the ATI and ATI bulbs and your set.
NOT WORTH THE MONEY By Julie on 11/30/2017Julie wouldn't recommend this product to a friendHAD THE SUNPOWER FOR LESS THAN TWO MONTHS . HAVE A WIRING OR PROGRAMING PROBLEM CALLED SUPPORT ,TROUBLE TIME GETTING TO TALK TO A PERSON.EMAIL THEM NO ANSWER!!!
Amazing! By A grandis on 11/30/2015A grandis would recommend this product to a friendGot this a while ago and it is an amazing fixture.
The only thing I don't like about it is that when the electricity goes out it doesn't come back to the normal time when it comes back, and the clock has to be reset manually.
I have the 48 inch with 6 bulbs.
The fans went bad but ATI replaced for free because it was less than a year in use.
It's very nice to see the light gradually turning stronger in the morning. I believe that has to be somehow better for the organisms than the usual way.
Hi BRS, the ATI 6 bulb dim version , does the timer control each individual bulb or a set of bulbs to turn on and off ? I understand that it controls up to 10 set points . but wondering if you can control each bulb or set or all. thank you for your time.
This will come in a 2 bulb set up (both linked to one ballast) and a 4-6 (depending on the 6 or 8 bulb fixture) Meaning you can control 2 bulbs on one and 6 on the other with the 8 bulb fixture and 2 bulbs on one and 4 on the other with the 6 bulb fixture. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Could you mount this fixture in a canopy? And how high off the water line should they be?
These fixtures are not normally meant to be mounted inside of a canpoy and are not very size appropriate to do so. These are often mounted 5-9 inches above the water line. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Hello BRS, I am in the process of setting up a 240 custom tank 48' x 48' x 24" I was looking at using two 48" ATI's hung on each 24 x 24 section of the tank. Is this overkill? Would the 6 or 8 bulb be better for sps dominant tank? And lastly what is the coverage of these lights? I assume they light a 48 x 24 x 24 space with some spill over. Thanks!
Running 2 fixtures will provide more even light front to back. If your rock work will have a more front to back spread this will be recommended. if the rock is in the center you could get by with an 8 bulb fixture instead with not much power in the front or back of the tank. These will have around 6" spill over for good penetration.
I have a 60"x24"x24" 150 gallon mixed reef. Would it be recommended to use the 48" unit as apposed to the 60" unit? Assuming that the 60" would have too much spillover around the aqurium.
For our 60" tanks we have always selected the full 60" fixture to match the tank for even growth throughout. The 60" fixture does not cause much spill over of light however keep in mind that the fixtures will have around 6" spill over which means the 48" is a very viable option for a smaller looking fixture over the tank. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!