GNC Bluray M With 294 Low Power LEDs

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GNC Bluray MGNC has just made its brand new Bluray M available; it was presented at the Nuremberg Interzoo this year. The new ceiling light is 30 cm in length and has classic low power LEDs. We don’t have to tell you that the ceiling light is very, very beautiful. But let’s see its specs. 

Technical characteristics of the GNC BluRay M

  • Dimensions: 300x230x40 mm;
  • Aquarium covering: 65×65 cm;
  • Total LED: 294;
  • White LED 12,000°K: 168;
  • Royal Blue LED 450 nm: 98;
  • Red Deep LED 660 nm: 28;
  • Consumption: 65 watt max;

  This version of the ceiling light is designed specifically for marine aquariums. As you can see, the number of LEDs is incredible. With 294 LEDs per 65 watts of maximum consumption, every LED is driven by less than 0.25 watts! The low power means that the LEDs are only heated a little bit, and so they last much, much longer. GNC Bluray M Each ceiling light has its own integrated form in order to change the usage parameters, as you can see in the following picture: GNC Bluray M The selling price is 549 euro ($623 USD). GNC Bluray M In the picture above, also from Interzoo, you can see a classic Bluray on the right and a couple of Bluray Ms on the left. 40-50 cm aquariums have a new high-quality lighting option. In truth, GNC indicates 60-65 cm, but for 60-65 cm we prefer the classic Bluray, at least for hard corals (SPS). And you, what do you think? Do you like these ceiling lights? [Translated by Agnese Poggi]

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Danilo Ronchi, aka DaniReef lives in Italy where he is hydraulic engineer, but starting from his love for reef aquarium and photography, he began to write about marine aquariums from 2006 and now he's published his first book "Marine Aquarium". From 2007 Danilo writes on his blog danireef.com where publishes articles, pictures, product reviews, aquariums coverage, reportage and history of his tank. Now he's happy to be part of Reefs.com

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