PAR38 Full Spectrum LED Aquarium Lamp 36 Watts
Power consumption 36 Watts, lens angle 90 degrees, Standard 1 inch E26 Edison Base, Length: 4.8 in, Diameter: 4.8 in, Weight: 500 gm, Certifications CE, RoHs. Dimmable.
Add a beautiful shimmering effect to any aquarium, and watch your corals fluoresce with PAR38. A cost effective way to add LED Lighting to any aquarium. Add to your existing aquarium lighting, or use by itself on refugiums, mini tanks, sumps / wet & dry filters etc.
This is a very high power light rated at 36 Watts. The LEDs are 3 Watts each. This light is using quality components and is well designed to optimize the function of the LEDs. The driver features a heat resistant capacitor, and the heat manifold is made of an aluminum alloy, with high density rapid cooling fins. All components are high quality.
Applications For Use:
All Aquariums, including: Nanos, Large Aquarium Areas, Refugiums, Sump / Wet & Dry Filters, Nursery Tanks, Quarantine Tanks, and Sick/Hospital Tanks. Just about any area of your aquarium that you can think of. See the all White CREE PAR38 LED Aquarium Light
over a Mangrove Tree. See the PAR38 LED Aquarium Lamp
over the sump filter.
Q & A
How many do you think you need, based on what you are using it for? 1 PAR 38 would be okay for a saltwater coral reef aquarium of up to 27 gallons or so, but anything larger we'd run 2 or as many needed to support your aquarium.
PAR Test Measurements on a 24", 36", & 48" Aquarium:
48" average of 255, peak of 365
36" average of 335, peak of 435
24" average of 585, peak of 635
Video showing 24 Watt PAR38, however this listing is for the 36 Watt PAR38
Specifications subject to change, as technologies change. All pictures and descriptions are product generalizations, and may vary slightly when specifications change. You will receive the latest version of the OCReef Full Spectrum Available at the time of your purchase.
All of our PAR38 LED Aquarium Lights are now dimmable from a standard hard wired household (DIMMER RATED FOR LEDs)
. These can found at most local hardware stores, including: Lowe's, Home Depot, True Value, and Ace. Ask the sales associate to make sure the dimmer is rated for LEDs. Using a dimmer not rated for LEDs voids the warranty.