Razor T5 Retro Kit - Giesemann
2x24W Razor T5 Retro Kit - Giesemann (DISCONTINUED)
Earn 149 Reward Points$199.99
2x54W Razor T5 Retro Kit - Giesemann (DISCONTINUED)
Earn 219 Reward Points$219.99
The T5 Razor Light is the smallest and thinnest section that Giesemann could manufacturer while still keeping all of the electronics within the body of the light.
The Razor T5 Retrofit kit is ideal for aquariums that have hoods or where a full-size fixture cannot fit. Cooling of the built-in electronic ballasts is provided by precisely calculated surface structures in the aluminum section.
The high-quality anodized finish of the section provides optimum light reflection and is resistant to aggressive salt water, while the built-in electronic HF ballasts make for flicker-free operation with an immediate start-up.
- Twin-lamp watertight light module (not for underwater use)
- Variable mounting options
- Matt anodized aluminum section
- Flicker-free electronic HF ballasts
- 60-inch power cord
Model (length x width x height)
- RAZOR 2x24 Watt 23.4"x7.7"x1.9"
- RAZOR 2x39 Watt 35"x7.7"x1.9"
- RAZOR 2x54 Watt 46.8"x7.7"x1.9"
- RAZOR 2x80 Watt 58.6"x7.7"x1.9"
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When will the 80W be in stock?
The 80W version would be great over a 72" tank and is similar to the 2x 80 watt T5 we have running over our 52 weeks of reefing tank. This will be a great addition to the kessils. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
These are non dimmable versions. For a 48x 24 tank two of the fixtures would be recommended.
The hanging kit is not included. Either of the Giesemann hanging kits will work as the wire can mount directly to the fixture without the need of the different size y splitter.
This fixture does not include the bulbs, they would need to be purchased separately. If you have any other questions, let us know!
The 260 mm will be a perfect fit! Overall both will work with the Razor. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
We have ours mounted around 6-7" above the water level. With good enough flow without creating a ton of surface agitation the splashing will not be a large issue. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!