PAR38 Freshwater LED Light

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PAR38 LED Bulbs are very simple and easy to implement LED lights that will screw into traditional light sockets. RapidLED produces their PAR38 bulbs with the latest Cree XT-E and XP-G LEDs using only 19 watts.


Refugium/Freshwater PAR38 Bulb

  • 2 Royal Blue LED's
  • 4 Neutral White LED's
  • 4 Cool White LED's
  • 2 UV LED's
  • Screws directly into standard lamp sockets (E26/E27)
  • Dimmable with Triac
  • Power Consumption - 19w
  • Suggested Spread - 12" x 12" area


If you have a nano or pico tank with a fairly small footprint the RapidLED PAR38 lights are perfect for your tank. PAR38 lamps can either be the main light source or be an accent to a larger light.

Actinic PAR38 - Great for adding that extra pop to your corals you will not normally see during daylight hours. Spectrum range from 420nm to 480nm

Daylight Reef PAR38 - Awesome daylight LED light for pico reef tanks. Emits a 17,000 K - 20,000 K spectrum which will allow your corals to grow fast and healthy with great coloration.

Refugium PAR38 - Producing roughly 10,000 K spectrum that will efficiently grow macroalgae and other types of plants. This light can also be used on freshwater tanks.


Note: We highly recommend using these lights in a well ventelated area for the maximum lifespan.


PAR 38 Owners Manual.pdf

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UPC 799665709112
Lighting Type LED
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Product Questions

Does the goose neck come with this? or do i have to buy it separately, and if so what model?
Question by: Jonluca Biagini on Jun 10, 2016, 3:21 PM
Great question!
This will not include any gooseneck. This will screw into any light socket unfortunately we do not currently have options available. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor on Jun 14, 2016, 3:45 PM
will this work for a algae turf scrubber
Question by: Jared Gray on Jun 5, 2016, 2:51 AM
Great question!
This certainly could work depending on set up, It does have proper spectrum for some good algae.
Answer by: Connor on Jun 9, 2016, 2:58 PM