H160 Tuna Flora LED Algae Grow Light

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Keep your refugium thriving with the Kessil H160 Tuna Flora LED Light!

  • Maximum Spread - 24" x 24"
  • Recommended Spread - 18" x 18"


Kessil hit the ball out of the park with their previous refugium lights, and the H160 is no different. Fully controllable through the onboard dials, or the Kessil H-Series Controller. Using Kessil's Dense Matrix LED technology color balance, and blending is second to none and allows for even and balanced light spread throughout your refugium. Using a quality LED light with a spectrum designed to grow algae can increase the algae nutrient intake, giving a smaller refugium the ability to maintain a larger aquarium.

  • Created just for algae/plant growth
  • Ideal for nutrient reduction
  • Tunable spectrum and intensity
  • 0-10V controller compatible
  • Advanced thermal system
  • Compact and efficient


Dense Matrix LED Technology

Kessil is a leader when it comes to LED lighting technology. With their Dense Matrix LED's producing a concentrated source of light, and switchable spectrum every wavelength within the spectrum is mixed perfectly allowing even and full growth. Each H160 comes with Kessil's proprietary blend of LEDs that are packed so close together, they appear like a single chip when illuminated. 


Switchable Spectrums

Four individual settings allow for either a Blue, Grow, Bloom, or Red spectrum to help increase your yield and offer the best coloration for your type of algae. You can change between the different spectrums through the built-in dial controls or connect it to any 0-10V controller, like an Apex, or the Kessil H-Series Controller to create daily programs with ever-changing spectrums and intensities. Each spectrum is perfectly blended to offer a full-spectrum that ranges from 380nm all the way up to 780nm. 


Mounting Options:

Pair the H160 up with the Kessil Gooseneck for an easy to use tank mounting system. The gooseneck will clamp onto most sumps or tanks and give you ultimate flexibility for the perfect light placement. 



Dimensions - 5" x 2.5" (Length x Diameter)

Max Coverage - 24" x 24"

Power Consumption - 40W @ 120VAC


What's Included?

1x H160 Tuna Flora LED Light

1x Power Supply

Hanging Rings and Screw Hooks

More Information
UPC 092145342916
Lighting Type LED
Max. Light Coverage (Length) 24 in.
Max. Light Coverage (Width) 24 in.
Power Consumption 40W
Control Type Digital DC Control (with optional controller), 0 - 10V, Onboard Controls
Compatible with Controllers 0-10V
Included Mounting Screw Hook & Ring Mount
Optional Mounts Gooseneck, Mounting Arm
Color Black
Power Cord Length 10 Feet
Warranty 12 months
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Product Questions

I have a 13x14” refugium section in my Eshopps sump. Water height is 10” deep, sump rim is 6” above the water line, and it’s another 15” to the roof of the stand. I have high nitrates/phosphates and am looking for a high powered grow light. The stand/sump area can get humid. Is this a good light for my situation? Or should I choose another?
Question by: Crystal Rode on Jan 19, 2020, 4:51 PM
Hey there!

That light would be a great option to grow macroalgae. For the humidity you could look at cutting a hole and putting a computer fan to push the air out.

Take care
Answer by: Thomas Billington on Jan 22, 2020, 3:31 PM
So what’s the difference between this light and the kessil h80 tuna flora light?
Question by: Chris on Jan 1, 2019, 10:22 PM
Thanks for contacting BRS!
The main difference between the H80 and the H160 is that the H160 is more powerful and will be better suited for larger refugiums. Have a great day!
Answer by: Noah on Jan 2, 2019, 5:14 PM
what gooseneck mount will work with this light
Question by: Allan Chester on Oct 31, 2018, 1:19 AM
Hey Allan,
Thanks for reaching out to us. With the 160 series, you can use either the gooseneck or mounting arms linked below. I personally went with the arm on my tank as I think the fixed angle looks better and it has internal wire routing for a cleaner look. Let us know if you have any other questions.

Answer by: Jason Smith on Oct 31, 2018, 6:12 AM