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Maxspect Celestial LED Spotlight

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The Maxspect Celestial is a new controllable LED spotlight with a set of attractive features. This 35-watt spotlight is fully controllable by an intuitive built-in controller. It makes for a perfect option for illuminating pico and nano aquariums up to a 14in cube. The Celestial Spotlight utilizes the latest LED multi-chip technology with its Cree EZ1000 core chip.

C35 Series Suitable for 14" Cube
35watt controllable LED spotlight fixture available in the following 3 models: RGB Full Spectrum, Blue Super Actinic, Aquatic Algae Growing (great for refugiums or planted aquaruims)

Super Blue Actinic C35-S
The Celestial C35-S Spotlight provides Super Blue Actinic Supplementation. Great for bringing out the phosphorescent colors within corals and enhancing coloration of ornamental fish. This C35-S is ideal for supplementing certain corals with blue light to make colors really pop on a wide range of setups.

Channel A Super Actinic (x4)410nm, (x6)420nm, (x4)430nm
Channel B Blue (x3)480nm, (x2)500nm Cyan

Features
- Programmable color channels / Integrated dawn to dusk
- Smart Cooling Technology
- Temperature controlled fan
- Advanced heat-sink
- Integrated heat pipes
- 90 degree lens in junction with nano-tech painted reflective cups
- Licensed COB multi-chip LED
- Versatile mounting system
- Utilizes Cree Ez1000 core chip

Specifications
- LED Module Dimensions (L x W x H): 5.5” x 3.3” x 2.5”
- Weight: 250g (0.6 lb)
- Power Supply Unit Model: GM50-240200-F
- Input Voltage / Current: 1.5A/100-240vAC 50/60Hz
- Output Voltage / Current: 24vDC 2A
- Weight: 250g /0.6 lb
Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice. Weight and dimensions are approximate.

Warranty: 12-Month Manufacturer`s Limited Warranty


Product Manuals & Documentation

Maxspect Celestial LED Spotlight

Owner's Manual available for download in Adobe PDF file format

MARIUSZ STARK from BROOKLYN, NY UNITED STATES

12/10/2014

Experience Level: Intermediate

Swiss army knife of LEDs

I was a little sceptical but curious about Maxspect Celestial LED spot light. But I am happy to report that this light is not only versatile but corals seem to like it more then my Razor R420R. Super cool feature, controlabilty and reasonable price. What else would you want or hope for...... Do I have any dislikes or complaints? Not really. Unless we get picky and even then the only thing I would improve or change is esthetics of swing arm. But nevertheless, well deserved 5 stars.

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Chuck L from HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA UNITED ST

09/30/2014

Experience Level: Intermediate

Great Light for the NANO....

I was looking for a light to have on my nano aquarium. After browsing around for awhile I found this gem. The light was easy to program and my tank has never looked better. The light has an easy ramp up and down cycle so i can customize how blue.. or how white i want me tank to look. The corals love it.. my boss (wife) loves it.

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Terry from Olympia, WA UNITED STATES

07/30/2014

Experience Level: Intermediate

A Light

Quality if the product is first rate. Four spectrum's of light can be mixed into many different colors. It's easy to program and comes with a very thick manual that contains very little information(in many languages). Enough light for medium light corals up to around 16x16 inch coverage at 100% and 12 inch depth.

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KEITH SCOTT from UNIVERSITY PLACE, WA UNITED ST

07/09/2014

Experience Level: Intermediate

decent light

Ok so quality of light is awesome. Clip and arm are sturdy. Power chord length is great. Chateo and pods in fuge are doing great. Would have gave it 5 stars except for one thing. I bought this because of the timer so I can run the fuge light reverse cycle of the main tank. However the timer does not recognize a 24 hour hour cycle from 22:00 to 8am. When set like this the light stays on 24 hours. You have to set the time backwards so 8am becomes 8pm. Then the light will turn on and shut off at 16:00.

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