EcoTech Marine

Radion XR30w G4 Pro LED Light Fixture

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Why does BRS recommend Ecotech Radion Lights?

Ecotech has refined their line of Radion LED units over the years to become one of the best LED units on the market today. Now with Micro-fin cooling technology and HEI Optics increasing the color blending capabilities while also increasing the overall spread. With unmatched control through the ReefLink controller and EcoSmart Live programming, a LED unit can’t get much easier than the G4 series of Radion LED Lights.

Why go PRO?

  • Peaks higher around 420nm
  • 12 additional LEDs proving a fuller spectrum
  • 40 additional watts of power
  • Adds Violet and Warm White channels


HEI Optics

Revolutionary HEI Optics (Hemispherical Edge Illumination) are now incorporated in all G4 Radion LED lights. HEI helps deliver better uniformity, spread, and overall color mixing allowing the Radions to come very close simulating  Halide/T5 combos without any added heat or energy usage. The lens geometry of the HEI Optics offers a significant improvement over standard optics and even TIR lenses spreading the light over a greater area, allowing your tank to have a more even spread of light without any major hot spots.


Micro-Fin Cooling

The completely redefined heatsink of the G4 series of Radions now has Micro-Fin cooling creating more surface area allowing for a quicker heat transfer and dispersion allowing for more passive cooling, and less need for active cooling. Along with the heatsink's cooling fins, a computer driven, silent, IP55 cooling fan allows for active cooling over the Micro-Fins letting your light shine brighter and last longer!


EcoSmart Live

The web based interface lets you control all of your Ecotech Marine products through the cloud. Through your smartphone, tablet, or computer you can control the G4 family of Radion lights anywhere you have internet access. The ReefLink Controller creates a fully inclusive device management system, with the use of the Vortech propeller pumps, Vectra return pumps, and Radion lighting, create an authentic ecosystem that you can control right from your fingertips.



  • Maximum Spread - 32" x 32"
  • Recommended Spread - 24" x 24"

Multiple modules can be used and are recommended to cover larger tanks



  • Dimensions - 11.8" L x 7" W x 1.5" H
  • Cable Length - 13 Feet
  • Power Input - 100-240VAC 2.5A 50/60Hz
  • Variable Usage (MAX) - 190w


Number of LED's

8x Cool White

8x Deep Blue

8x Blue

4x Green

4x Photo Red

8x UV

4x Violet

2x Warm White


What's Included?

1x XR30w Pro G4 Radion LED Fixture

1x Power Supply

1x Power Adapter Cable

4x Hanging eyelets

1x USB micro adapter cable

1x Lens cleaning cloth

1x Owners Manual



Ecotech offers multiple types of mounting solutions for the G4 family of Radion LED lights. From full tank track systems letting you use multiple G4 Radion lights, to single light RMS mounting arms and hanging kits.

Radion Hanging Kit - Mount a single Radion light quickly and easily. Radion Hanging kits have quick lock fasteners that let you adjust the height making it a great choice for frag systems, or acclimation systems.

RMS Mounting Arm - Mount your single Radion through a robust tank mounting system. The RMS Arm is by far the quickest and least obtrusive option that doesn't require drilling any holes in your walls or ceilings.

RMS Track System - The 3 piece system lets you mount multiple Radion lights in a single track that lets you slide them back and forth to create the best coverage for your tank. The track system is perfect for larger tanks letting you use either a hanging kit to suspend the track system or the RMS Arm Kit for a tank mounting option.


Note: Reeflink Controller required for use with EcoSmart Live. Also controllable through the Neptune Apex WXM Module.


 Radion G4 Spec Sheet


Tuning Your New LED Light

Most LED lights will actually put out more light than your corals will actually need and without a PAR Meter to test the overall output, it is really hard to guess if the light is too dim or intense. We highly suggest using a PAR Meter to test the output of your lights at different points throughout your tank that you can use to tune the lights output or know where to put specific corals.


More Information
UPC 019962474934
Lighting Type LED
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Product Questions

Do you need reef link to control just lights from phone?
Question by: Logan on Jul 31, 2019, 5:17 PM
Hey there-

You would need either the Ecotech Reeflink or the Neptune Apex paired with the WXM module in order to control these lights remotely.

Happy reefing! :)
Answer by: Brad Ohmann on Aug 1, 2019, 2:31 PM
Are these capable of being controlled through Alexa?
Question by: Nick S. on Feb 16, 2018, 9:33 AM
Thanks for your question Nick, actually yes you can control Radions, VorTech pump, and the Vectra pumps from the Amazon Echo using the EcoSmart Live Skill. Currently, you can turn the lights off; send the pumps into feed mode; and return everything back to schedule.
Answer by: Jason Smith on Feb 17, 2018, 1:21 PM
I am planning a 96" long by 48" wide by 28" depth mixed reef tank. How many of these would I need?
Question by: Gregory Stephens on Feb 1, 2018, 4:34 PM
Hey there,
For a tank this size I would use four of these fixtures. I would, however, depend on the set-up consider using seven xr15s instead which would be cheaper in price and give a much better even spread of par.
Answer by: Tyler Schafer on Feb 11, 2018, 12:37 PM
Do the leds ever burn out in these? If they do, do you have to replace the whole thing?
Question by: Brittany Adamski on Jan 28, 2018, 7:36 PM
LEDs can burn out, but we have yet to hear of more than a handful of reports of people having LED issues. If they do you will want to contact Ecotech directly for support and replacement of the LEDs but it is very unlikely.
Answer by: Charlie on Jan 30, 2018, 5:16 AM
how many xr30 pro's would you recommend for a red sea reefer xxl 750 for a mixed reef?
Question by: kyle on Jan 18, 2018, 9:26 AM
Depending on your aquascape and coral selection, we would suggest at least 3 XR30 LED lights for the XXL750 Tanks. Three of them should allow you to grow a wide variety of corals with minimal shadowing.
Answer by: Charlie on Jan 18, 2018, 2:54 PM
40" long 20" wide would be mounting front to back how many would I need? sps reef
Question by: Tony Bily on Nov 11, 2017, 10:10 AM
For a 40" wide tank we would suggest two XR30 lights for the best coverage. Have a great day!
Answer by: Charlie on Nov 25, 2017, 9:56 AM
How many XR30s for a 4 foot tank? Red Sea Reefer 350? and should they be mounted lengthwise front to back?
Question by: Joey Chen on Nov 5, 2017, 2:46 AM
We would suggest mounting two of them lengthwise. That will give you great coverage, but if you are looking at packing the tank with SPS corals or others that will grow out from the rocks, we would suggest using three of them and mounting them front to back.
Answer by: Charlie on Nov 26, 2017, 8:26 AM
I'm struggling to come to a lighting decisions for my 30x30 cube. For a mixed tank, would 1 30 Pro be enough or would 2 15's from Radion be a better solution? I see the recommended and maximum spread and with them coming in about about the same price point I cant decide. Thanks for your help.
Question by: John Kaplan on May 24, 2017, 12:39 PM
That's very close to the borderline, but I'd probably lean towards a single XR30 for a mixed reef. Two XR15's would allow the lights to be mounted farther apart which would create slightly more even coverage, but I'm not sure if the gains would be worth the extra hardware and trouble necessary.

Hope this helps!
Answer by: Zack on May 30, 2017, 4:46 PM
Hi, Guys, I have an 80 gal. Mixed reef tank, 36"L x 24"W x 20"D. I'm looking to up grade my lights. I'm currently running a 36" SunBrite F-series. I'm interested in the new Radion Pro. Would it be better to go with 2 - xr15 pros or 1- xr30w pro to get the best light coverage. I guess I should mention that my tank has a center cross brace on it which is about 1 1/2" wide plus clear mesh screen tops. Thanks in advance for any input.
Question by: James kacir on May 23, 2017, 9:19 AM
Any time you can place the light emitting pucks farther apart, you'll get improved coverage and evenness of intensity, so from that standpoint I would definitely recommend a pair of XR15's, and since you mention having a center brace, this further solidifies that as a better option to avoid having part of the light output blocked.

Have a great day!
Answer by: Zack on May 30, 2017, 1:23 PM
I've only been in the hobby for a little over a year w/my 6', 125 gal tank. Currently I'm using T5s, but the unit I have is not ideal for this tank. The coverage is horrible and my corals are not particularly happy with them. They exist but some of them don't seem to be thriving. I blame it on the lighting as I'm pretty particular about water quality. I keep hearing of light controllers and wondered if that was necessary for this unit? Sorry for the rookie question...
Question by: Donny on Jan 17, 2017, 11:01 AM
Hey there, thanks for reaching out to us! You do not need a separate controller for these lights, however in order to program them without a controller you will need to manually connect each light to your laptop or computer. In order to make this easier, you can use the EcoTech Marine ReefLink which is an online platform for control and programming. I've listed that in the link below. :-)

Answer by: Randy on Jan 17, 2017, 4:11 PM
ok im looking for the led fixtures that can be programmed with lightening storms as i was shown at my lfs. does this system allow for this. if not do you sell a system that allows this thanks
Question by: rick on Jan 9, 2017, 1:21 PM
Great question! These absolutely have a lightning function. You will need to use EcoSmart Live or a Neptune Apex with WXM module in order to program it for that function. :-)
Answer by: Randy on Jan 10, 2017, 11:13 AM
Right now I have softies and LPS in my 65 gallon. Eventually I want to get a bubble tip anemone. Would one light be enough wattage for a BTA? What light or lights would you guys recommend to have a BTA?
Question by: Ryan on Jan 9, 2017, 11:59 AM
Great question! This light will be more than sufficient to support a BTA! Nearly all lighting options will successfully support the same, but this is a very capable choice. We use the ATI Powermodule LED/T5 Hybrid for our Clownfish Harem and BTA colony tank. :-)
Answer by: Randy on Jan 10, 2017, 12:16 PM
Does the Neptune wxm now support all channels?
Question by: Wiley Pinkerton on Dec 8, 2016, 8:43 PM
Great question! With a firmware update of the WXM module, it should be able to control all channels of the Gen4. For further or more detailed information, we recommend reaching out to Neptune directly or browsing the Neptune community forum in the link provided below. :-)

Neptune Systems (Apex Controller) – 408-779-4090 support@neptunesystems.com
Answer by: Randy on Dec 9, 2016, 9:57 AM
Hi guys, general advice. If I wanted to run some of these on a Red Sea Reefer 250. Would 1 unit do it? Or should I be looking at 2??

Question by: Mike Nicosia on Dec 7, 2016, 8:58 AM
Great question! You could light the tank with one, however there may be some shadowing on the edges, since the tank is around 35" and the light spread is around 32".
Answer by: Randy on Dec 20, 2016, 4:05 PM