The elegant fanless design of the A80 Tuna Sun LED for freshwater aquariums is combined with a unique and compact Dense Matrix array and optics design which ensures efficient coverage and penetration as well as the most lumens per watt output of any Kessil® fixture.
Spectrum: 6,000 to 9,000K
Coverage: Up to 24" (60 cm) surface diameter
Power Supply: 100-240V AC (input), 24V DC (output)
Power Consumption: 15 W
Dimensions (H x D): 4.88" x 0.98" (124 x 25 mm)
Weight: 0.88 lb (400 g)
Scope of delivery:
1x H80 Tuna Sun LED
1x DC Power Supply
1x Top Mounting Adapter
Beautiful, unrivaled shimmer replicates the look of natural sunlight reflecting from the water.
Different wavelengths are seamlessly blended within a single LED array, emitting uniform color across the coverage range.
Spectrum and intensity can be individually adjusted directly on the lamp housing. Kessil® Logic ™ ensures consistent power output across the entire adjustable spectrum.
An innovative heat dissipation allows for fanless, low maintenance, elegant design.
Kessil®’s patented Dense Matrix LED technology concentrates multiple LED chips into a single array, creating a powerful and penetrating light source with wide coverage and eliminating shading. The maximum penetration can reach up to 30" (75 cm) beyond the water's surface. Penetration can be further enhanced by positioning multiple units in close proximity to each other.
Daisy-chain multiple lights for seamless control from a single source.
Simple control with only one device:
- At manual mode you can instantly tune spectrum and intensity for on demand light customization:
- The quick set creates unique dawn and dusk effects by altering light intensity and color throughout six different time points.
- With an acclimation mode the introduction of new lights to a tank or new plants / corals to an existing setup is very easy. The acclimation timeline can be customized to suit specific needs.
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