Razor X R5 100W LED Fixture - Maxspect
Maxspect Razor X LED Light fixtures are made with the latest in LED technology, including Cree XT-E and XP-E LED chips that are distributed through 4 different controllable channels. Programming can be done through the onboard OLED control interface, or wirelessly with the addition of the optional Syna-G ICV6 Controller. Razor X Fixtures are made with architectural grade 6063 aluminum alloy keeping them lightweight, but also very strong while increasing heat transfer keeping the LEDs cool.
The LEDs selected for the Razor X were designed to help produce enhanced growth and coloration. Providing a full range of color keeps your corals growing fast, but also gives you the control to create the most aesthetically pleasing color combination for your reef. The Razor's spectrum ranges from all the way down to UV and super actinic 410nm LEDs up to deep red at 665nm and covers almost every color in the middle.
- Onboard Control
- Wireless Capable
- Connects with up to 32 RSX Fixtures
- Enhances Growth & Coloration
- Mimics natural Dawn to Dusk
- Includes Mounting Legs
- Utilizes Cree LEDs
Great for tanks up to 27" long!
The Maxspect Razor X 100w is perfect for any reef tank up to 27" long and will provide enough light to grow almost all type of coral. If you have a soft or LPS coral tank the 100w module can cover tanks up to 27" long with the extendable mounting legs.
Maximum Coverage - 36" x 26"
Effective Coverage - 30" x 22"
Plug and Play operation means you do not have to purchase any additional controllers or software to operate and program the Razor X LED Fixtures. Each Razor X features an OLED monitor and control dial where you can easily program, and customize other settings and features of the LED fixture.
Wireless Control (optional)
On top of the onboard programming, every Razor X can be connected wirelessly to the Maxspect Syna-G ICV6 Connect Controller (sold separately) which will let you program and control each light from any Android or iOS device with the Syna-G app.
If you need multiple Razor X fixtures to cover your tank, you can connect 2 or more through the master/slave mode to control all of them through a single source. Just program the master and all the slaves will follow the master's program, saving you time, and eliminating possible programming mistakes.
Intelligent Temperature Control
The built-in temperature control system for the Razor X line of LED lights starts with the overall design of the light. As cool air is drawn up from underneath the fixture then flows through the body helping dissipate heat from the LEDs passively. The large body/heatsink is assisted by fans that help regulate the temperature even further. The fans will automatically engage when the temperature sensor reads over 131°F and will shut off when the temperature falls below 113°F keeping the operating range for the LEDs in a safe zone for a long reliable life.
Total Number of LEDs - 40
Number of Clusters - 2
LEDs per Cluster:
1x Violet (390-395nm)
1x Violet (400-405nm)
1x Violet (410-415nm)
1x Deep Blue (440-445nm)
6x Royal Blue (450-455nm)
4x Cool Blue (470-475nm)
1x Cyan (500-505nm)
2x Cool White (6500K)
2x Warm White (3000K)
1x Deep Red (660-665nm)
Four Programmable Channels
Channel A - Royal Blue & Cool White
Channel B - Royal Blue & Light Blue
Channel C - Deep Blue & Violet
Channel D - Deep Red, Cyan, & Warm White
Dimensions - 18.4" L x 10.2" W x 1.25" H
Power Consumption - 115W @ 120VAC
Warranty - 12 Months
1x 100W Razor LED Fixture
1x Power Supply
1x Mounting Leg Set
Note: Wireless control requires Maxspect Syna-G ICV6 Controller
|Product Name||Razor X R5 100W LED Fixture - Maxspect|
|Number of LEDs||40|
|Max. Light Coverage (Length)||36 in.|
|Max. Light Coverage (Width)||24 in.|
|Control Type||WiFi (with optional controller), Onboard Controls|
|Included Mounting||Mounting Legs|
|Optional Mounts||Wire Suspension|
|Power Cord Length||10 Feet|
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Would love to hang them instead.