Feature(s): Higher Lumen per Watt Ratio
Optimum Color Rendition
Low Operating Temperature
Length (including pins): 22 1/8"
Bulb Replacement Guide
Life of Bulb*
Most corals are photosynthetic and approximately 85% of the energy required for their growth and coloration is provided through the symbiotic relationship they share with the zooxanthellae algae which live within the coral. In ord...
AquaticLife T5 HO Lamp 420/460nm Dual Actinic
Visible Hue: ACTINIC/BLUE
Length (including pins): 22 1/8”
Application: Freshwater, Marine Fish & Corals
Ideal for: Acroporas (SPS), Anemones, Clams, Hard Cor...
Length (including pins): 22 1/4”
The lamp is bright red in appearance and should be used as a supplement lamp.
Perfect supplemental addition for enhancing reds, yellows and orange colors. It will grow plan...
Since most aquarium inhabitants live in seawater depths where the light is very blue, it is needed to simulate this natural living conditions in the aquarium. The Giesemann Actinic Blue has therefore been developed to enhance the ...
Length (including pins): 22 1/4"
10000° Kelvin Temperature
Best used for fresh & saltwater tanks adding vital photosynthesis
Unique blend of tri-band phosphors & high color rendering
Useful life: 45...
SUPER PURPLE is a high-performance T5 tube with a very strong white/violet spectrum as a perfect addition to our proven Giesemann tubes. Extensive tests have shown that most hard corals have a distinct color gain after 2 - 3 weeks...
Some corals reach its beauty and expression only by special fluorescent colors. Like many mussel species these animals will be found in the sea at water depths where specific UV-components are available. Therefore we have develope...
Developed for reef aquariums providing higher PAR to enhance the colors and growth of corals whilst producing a rich turquoise blue for optimum aesthetics. Color - a rich turquoise blue approximating to 16-17000 Kelvin - can be us...
Light dependent corals in the sea are inhabited by so-called zooxanthellae, single-celled algae, which provide the host through photosynthesis with nutrients. Depending on the natural location of the coral (and depending on their ...