Aquael Leddy Slim 10W Sunny 50-70cm

Aquael Leddy Slim 10W Sunny 50-70cm

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Aquael Leddy Slim 10W Sunny 50-70cm

10W Sunny 50-70cm

The LEDDY SLIM aquarium lamps are designed for use in open aquariums. Thanks to the fine-tuning of the light spectrum, they emit light that is ideally suited to the needs of aquarium hobbyists. The light gives a boost to the growth of plants and faithfully renders the natural colors of the aquarium inhabitants. The LEDDY lighting fixtures can be used in tanks of various sizes, including custom-length ones.

 
$119.99
Availability: In stock
SKU
102414

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

LEDDY SLIM lamps – designed for freshwater and marine open aquariums (without a lid). LEDDY SLIM is an absolute novelty in the market. The lamps employ carefully selected LEDs that ensure proper lighting of the aquarium, provide excellent living conditions for its inhabitants, and create a unique visual effect. The lamps are made of corrosion-resistant, easy-to-clean glass. Thanks to their futuristic flat design and fashionable white color, the lamps fit perfectly with modern aquarium tanks and look great in any room interior. In addition, the lamps are highly versatile thanks to the use of sliding brackets allowing for them to be mounted on tanks of different lengths, including custom-sized tanks. AQUAEL offers a wide range of models for tanks that are 20 to 120 cm in length.

The LEDDY SLIM lamps are available in four different versions: The SUNNY (color temperature of 6500 K) and PLANT (8000 K) versions are designed for freshwater aquariums, including plant aquariums, whereas the MARINE (color temperature of 10000 K) and ACTINIC (20000 K) versions are designed for marine aquariums. The line includes models designed for tanks that are 20 to 120 cm in length (LEDDY SLIM 5 W, LEDDY SLIM 10 W, LEDDY SLIM 32 W, LEDDY SLIM 36 W). Thanks to the use of light-emitting diodes, these lamps do not require frequent replacement and consume half as much energy as regular fluorescent lamps.

The innovative self-repair system

Being the most up-to-date lighting solution for aquariums, light-emitting diodes have been actively displacing outdated fluorescent lamps from the market. They provide the ideal light parameters for an aquarium tank while consuming far less energy than conventional light sources. In addition, their service life is several times longer than that of fluorescent lamps. This means additional savings, as there is no need for frequent replacement.
In order to make their service life even longer, AQUAEL, the leading manufacturer of LED lighting fixtures for aquariums, has implemented a novel solution. The latest generation of LEDDY SLIM and RetroFit lamps is equipped with an innovative self-repair system.

In the course of time, some of the LEDs installed in a lamp may occasionally fail. AQUAEL has developed a self-repair system to provide an effective solution to this problem. In the SUNNY version of LED lamps, if a diode stops working, its functions are taken over by the neighboring diodes, which START EMITTING LIGHT WITH AN INCREASED POWER. Thanks to this, even after the failure of individual LEDs, the lamp continues to operate properly, and the light power and parameters remain unchanged.

In the PLANT version of LED lamps, the self-repair system is based on the presence of ADDITIONAL LEDs that ARE OUT OF OPERATION in a new lamp. This is normal and by design. The additional LEDs are only activated if one of the primary diodes stops working. In this way, the lamp continues to operate properly, and the light power and parameters remain unchanged.


  LEDDY SLIM 10W PLANT 50-70CM
Art. nr. 114583
Aquarium width [cm] 20 - 30
Power [W] 5
Dimensions [cm] (width x depth x height) 21x3x,15
Lumens 330
Color temperature [K] 8000
Energy class A+
LED
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Scientific Name 10W Sunny 50-70cm
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