BOT (Back of Tank) Light Mount

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The ReefBreeders BOT mount provides a strong, sleek way to mount your ReefBreeders Photon V2 lights over your aquarium. Using tank-mount clamps to secure the arms to the back of your aquarium, the aluminum tank mounts provide a wide range of adjustability for tanks with glass or trim thickness up to 1.5”. The BOT Mount kit includes two mounts to securely mount all sizes of of Photon V2, 2+, and V2 Pro lights.


Installation is fast and easy. Simply position the mounts on your tank, select your height and center position, then add the included XL bolts to the T track on top of your Photon. Then put the light into position and secure it with the included cap nuts and hex key.



  • Compatible with all Photon LED lights
  • Mounts on tanks from 1/4” to 1.5” thick
  • Sized for tanks from 16” to 24” front to back



  • Max Height: 14”
  • Horizontal Adjustment Range: 9” to 13” on center (front to back)
  • Min Tank Thickness: 1/4”
  • Max Tank Thickness: 1.5”

Note: Due to the weight of the fixtures, it is not recommended to mount the lights to tanks with a glass thickness less than 1/4“.


What’s Included?

2x BOT Adjustable Light Mounting Arms

2x Tank Mount Clamps

1x Mounting Hardware Set

1x Hey (Allen) Key


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UPC 705333175745
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Product Questions

Will mounts fit rimmed aquarium ?
Question by: Michael B on Jul 18, 2022, 4:33 PM
Thanks for the question! As long as the rim of the tankis between 1/4” to 1.5” thick the mount should work without issue. Let us know if we can help with anything else!
Answer by: Kyle Thomas (BRS Staff) on Jul 19, 2022, 1:00 PM
Are two arms sufficient for the photon 50 V2? Or would you recommend 3? I cannot find any videos using the BOT mounts on the 50 V2
Question by: Herbert Myles on Feb 18, 2022, 10:43 AM
Only a single kit of 2 mounts is necessary for all sizes of Photon V2, V2+, and V2 Pro lights.
Answer by: Brad Ohmann (BRS Staff) on Feb 18, 2022, 11:34 AM