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Maxspect

Jump Refugium Light for Lagoon Smart Aquariums

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253053
$119.99

$119.99
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A Refugium Light Built for the Maxspect Lagoon Smart Aquariums

  • Full aluminum body with matte finish 
  • Inline controller with multiple one-touch photoperiod programs
  • Specialized color spectrum for different species of macroalgae
  • Passive cooling for silent operation
  • Plugs directly into the Maxspect Lagoon power center

 

The MJ-L130 features a silent, fanless passive cooling design and fully-sealed aluminum construction. Its 32 LEDs consisting of Blue, Violet, and UV diodes consume a maximum of 30 watts and can be operated via a simple inline controller. Choose from three different photoperiod program spectrum and timing options including "All-Purpose", "Enhanced Growth", and "Macroalgae Thrive AB+" for six, ten, or twelve hour periods.

Note: This version is specifically designed for the Maxspect Lagoon Series aquariums and plugs directly into the aquarium's power center. If you don't have a Maxspect Lagoon aquarium, there is a stand-alone Maxspect Jump Refugium LED Light that will work better for your setup. 

 

 

Specifications

Model - MJ-L130R

Power - 30 W

Dimensions - 9.5" x 4.75" x 1.25"

Coverage - 12" - 20"

LEDs - 32 Total

  • 12x 6500-7000K White
  • 16x Red
  • 4x Deep Blue

Photoperiod Programs - All-Purpose, Enhanced Growth, and Macroalgae Thrive AB+

Photoperiod Timers - 6, 10, and 12 hours

 

What's Included?

MJ-L130R Refugium Light Fixture

Inline Controller

Extension Cable

2x Sump

 

Note: The fixture does not come with a wall plug, as it plugs directly into the Maxspect Lagoon aquarium power center.

More Information
UPC 6971 7648 11529
Lighting Type LED
Number of LEDs 32
Max. Light Coverage (Length) 20 in.
Power Consumption 30W
Control Type Onboard Controls
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