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ReefLED 50 LED Light Fixture - RedSea

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212342
$229.00

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Reef-Spec Light Output For Optimal Coral Growth & Coloration

Over the past few years, Red Sea has dedicated a lot of time to testing and researching LED lighting, and the culmination of those efforts resulted in the ReefLED 50. Designed for optimal growth, while producing great coloration with a pleasant shimmer effect. Red Sea didn't stop with great function and form. They integrated the control of the light into the ReefBeat smart aquarium app and the built-in WiFi lets you directly connect the light to your smart device to set the daily schedule, color, intensity, and other features.

  • Optimal Output For Maximum Color & Growth
  • Perfectly Blended Light with a Slight Shimmer
  • Reef Safe Dual Channel Control with Moonlighting
  • Easy to Control With ReefBeat App

 

Maximum Spread - 20" X 20"

 

LED Information:

The ReefLEDs use an ingenious recessed LED cluster that eliminates glare from normal viewing angles. This focuses light into the tank, while the specialized lens provides a homogenous light mixture that blends nicely in your aquarium. The Dual Channel settings let you customize the lighting for your viewing preferences while ensuring the overall spectrum is acceptable to corals and other animals that depend on it for their energy. 

Total LED Power - 50 Watts

Reef Spec Blue - 40 Watts

8000K White - 10 Watts

Moon Lights - 3 Watts

 

ReefBeat Control

Integrate all of your Red Sea equipment into a single source interface, ReefBeat! Available for Android or iOS devices, ReefBeat lets you connect directly to your Red Sea ReefLED light for daily schedule programming, scroll through the included programming library for tested schedules, or create your own custom in just a few minutes. Once you get connected a whole slew of additional features can be unlocked, such as a 28-day lunar cycle, cloud cover effects, and also staggered sunrise and sunset times that are super easy to program. 

  • Peace of Mind
  • Lunar Cycles
  • Acclimation Mode
  • Weekly Schedules
  • Staggered Sunrise/Sunset
  • Cloud and Shading Effects

 

Download the ReefBeat App:

Google Play Store

iTunes App Store

 

Mounting Options:

ReefLED 50 Arms - Mounts on the rear wall of the tank, and allows the light to be rotated to an upward position allowing for easy aquascaping or maintenance. With 3 different models available to fit different tank widths from 18" all the way up to 27.5". 

 

Specifications:

Dimensions - 4.7" L x 4.7" W x 2" H

Power Consumption - 50W

 

What's Included?

1x ReefLED 50 LED Light Module

1x ReefLED Power Supply

 

Note: Red Sea ReefLED Lights require a connection to the ReefBeat application for initial programming. Without programming, the lights will turn onto 100% when plugged into a power outlet. 

 

More Information
Product Name ReefLED 50 LED Light Fixture - RedSea
SKU 212342
UPC 730773351107
Manuals Owner's Manual
Lighting Type LED
Max. Light Coverage (Length) 20 in.
Max. Light Coverage (Width) 20 in.
Wattage 50W
Control Type WiFi (Included)
Optional Mounts Wire Suspension, Mounting Arm
Color Black
Power Cord Length 10 Feet
Warranty 24 months
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Product Questions

Hello, I'm looking for led light setup for 180 gallon 6ft mixed reeftank that wont break the bank. I'm running 6 t5 right now. Any help would be appreciated.
Question by: Kyle Huggins on Jan 30, 2020, 11:13 PM
I would not recommend the Red Sea 50 for this size tank. The 50 is geared more toward a nano setup. The max spread is only 20"x20" and realistically recommended for 18"x18". The Red Sea 90 has a better spread with 24"x24". Depending on what type of corals you have I might suggest checking out the Hydra 32s as they have a similar pricepoint as the Red Sea 90 but would be a better fit for your tank size/spread.
Answer by: Ash on Feb 5, 2020, 1:51 PM
Hey there,

For that size tank I would not go with the 50's you will need the 90's. How many would depend on the length of the tank. Likely 4-6.

Take care
Answer by: Thomas Billington on Feb 6, 2020, 2:01 PM
Would this light be powerful enough for a Waterbox 30.2 tank? Looking to have enough light for fish and beginner corals. Thanks!
Question by: Dan on Sep 5, 2020, 8:51 PM
Hey there,
Thank you for reaching out to us! Yes, this light would be enough for beginner corals in that size tank.

Please let me know if you need anything further and take care!
Answer by: Matt Lucero on Sep 9, 2020, 9:20 AM
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