Taking the best from both technologies, the ATI LED Powermodule combines the control and energy efficiency of LEDs with the superior coral color and light balance of T5s. No longer does there have to be loss of coral color and uneven growth that is found in many LED-only light fixtures. Plus, the high-output LEDs provide a natural looking, beautiful shimmer effect.
After testing it over one of the tanks in our office, it's clear that the ATI LED Powermodule is a light monster. Its LEDs alone are capable of putting out an incredible amount of light. Combine this with top quality T5 ballasts and reflectors and you've got a fixture that can produce some serious light. The PAR graph below shows a 60" 4x75W LED & 4x80W T5 LED Powermodule at 12" putting out 900+ PAR evenly distributed, not just in some light hot spot. That is an insane amount of light and frankly more than most people are going to need, so rest assured you will have enough light. The 8 bulb fixtures are capable of even more PAR and light spread.
For ease of use, the LED Powermodule offers 'set it and forget it' peace of mind. Its pre-installed factory program allows you to simply set the clock and go.
For a greater level of control, you can simply hook the light up to a PC and program to your heart's content – saving back-up settings for easy use at another time.
Fit and Finish:
The smooth extruded aluminum housing and single lamp cord gives the fixture an attractive, sleek and modern-look.
What's in the Box:
- LED Powermodule
- Control Box
- Hanging Kit
- US Powercord
- Computer Cable (Connects PC to Control Box)
- Quick Start Guide
The included hanging is easy to set up, looks clean and allows for height adjustment. The fixture is not recommended for use inside a canopy.
If you have any additional questions or would like to place an order on an ATI LED Powermodule or any other products we carry, feel free to contact us toll-free at 866-295-9230.
Have a Great Day!
David @ ReefGeek
* T5 dimming control not available on 80W units.
**All images of corals were taken in our office reef tank lit under a 4-bulb LED Powermodule with the LEDs and T5s on.**