- Celestial C35-A Aquatic Algae Growing (OPEN BOX) - Maxspect
35 watt controllable LED spotlight fixture great for refugiums and freshwater planted tanks!
Effective: 12in x 12in | Maximum: 14in x 14in
- Programmable color channels / Integrated dawn to dusk
- Smart Cooling Technology
- Temperature controlled fan
- Advanced heat-sink
- Integrated heat pipes
- 90 degree lens in junction with nano-tech painted reflective cups
- Licensed COB multi-chip LED
- Versatile mounting system
- Utilizes Cree Ez1000 core chip
- Includes mounting clamp system
Maxspect 35-Watt Multi Chip Spotlight
The Maxspect Celestial is a new controllable LED spotlight with a set of attractive features. This 35-watt spotlight is fully controllable by an intuitive built-in controller. It makes for a perfect option for illuminating refugiums, or pico and nano freshwater aquariums up to a 14" cube. The Celestial Spotlight utilizes the latest LED multi-chip technology with its Cree EZ1000 core chip. Be sure to check out the video on the Maxspect Celestial Spotlight.
Aquatic Algae Growing C35-A
The Celestial C35-A Spotlight is specific in providing optimal lighting for aquatics plants. Perfect for refugiums growing macro algae, and planted tanks.
Channel A Hyper Red (x14) Hyper Red
Channel B White (x4) 3000k Warm White
C35 LED Specs
LED Module Dimensions (L x W x H): 5.5” x 3.3” x 2.5”
Weight: 250g (0.6 lb)
Power Supply Unit Model: GM50-240200-F
Input Voltage / Current: 1.5A/100-240vAC 50/60Hz
Output Voltage / Current: 24vDC 2A
Weight: 250g /0.6 lb
Superior Macro Light By FLSharkvictim on 7/9/2016FLSharkvictim would recommend this product to a friendI have only owned this light for about a month and I am already getting growth from my Chaeto in my fuge. I give this light 5 stars across the board! Made like a tank and I would HIGHLY recommend this spotlight for growing algae.
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Special Price: $375.99
Starting at: $2.78
Is this light compatible with apex?
The Maxspect Celestial C35 lights are completely stand-alone and do not accept an outside controller. All the programming can be done directly through the interface that is built into the light. You could plug the Celestial into a power outlet that is controlled by the Apex unit to control its on-off function.