- ZT-6500A QMaven II Series LED Light - Zetlight
Recommended spread up to 24" x 30"
- Quality CREE LEDs
- Thinnest Body Available
- Sleek Black Color
- Integrated Signature Moonlight
- Improved Color & Light Blending
- Includes Tank Mounting Kit
- Fanless Passive Heatsink
- IP-67 Water Resistance Rating
Superior CREE LEDs Made In The USA!
Cree LED lights are by far the most sought after diodes available today. Instead of using other brands of LEDs that would work, Zetlight QMavel lights only use the best LEDs available, ensuring your light output is efficient and color accurate. The QMaven houses the LEDs in a custom lens that helps maximize the use of the light emitted into your aquarium.
The QMaven from Zetlight has an extraordinary spread of light that will help reach every corner of your aquarium. The increased width will help remove excessive shadowing making it perfect for SPS and other high-light demanding corals.
Ultra-Slim Efficient Heat Sink Body
The design of the QMaven II lets it effectively cool the LEDs without the need of additional cooling fans that are prone to noise and breakage. The finned body lets air pass over the top of the cooling fins creating a flow of air that will keep the LEDs operating at the proper temperature. It is highly recommended to not place the QMaven in a hood, but above an aquarium, in the open air they work great and look even better. The sealed body also lets the light get an IP67 water-resistant rating, meaning you no longer need to worry about a small splash of water ruining your light.
- Max Spread - 24" x 35"
- Recommended Spread - 24" x 30"
Number of LEDs:
21x 6500K White
5x 660nm Red
2x 530nm Green
2x 460nm Blue
9x 450nm Royal Blue
12x 430nm Deep Blue
5x 410nm Violet
Dimensions: 23" L x 10.2" W x 1.6" H
Max Tank Length: 32.8"
Min Tank Bracket Length: 23"
Total Power: 90W
Tank Thickness: up to 1.2"
1x Zetlight ZT-6500A Qmaven II LED fixture
1x Mounting Leg set
1x Power Supply
1x Horizon Aqua Gateway Controller
Would these be powerful enough(adequate PAR) for SPS corals? Thanks, Rich
Given that you get enough of them to cover the spread of the tank you can grow any coral.