Aquatic Life’s HALO Marine LED Fixture

by | Mar 12, 2015 | Advanced Aquarist | 0 comments

Aquatic Life's HALO Marine LED Fixture

Basic version on the left, Deluxe version on the right.

MSRP is as follows:

  • Basic $ 299.99
  • Deluxe $ 349.99

Buyers can choose between a 80 degree or 110 degree glass lens.  An optional tank-mount bracket is also available.

The HALO Marine LED Aquarium Light Fixtures feature:

  • Ocean Blue light spectrum simulating marine environments
  • Two Channels (groups) of LED’s for optimized blend of spectrum
  • High-performance glass lens enabling desired light emission angle
  • Built-in programmable Timer and Dimmer (Deluxe version only)
  • The HALO Basic may be controlled using the HALO Deluxe, an Aquarium Controller with a 0 to 10-volt Output, or another controllable light fixture with a 0 to 10-volt Output.
  • Multiple units can be chained together (via cables) for integrated controls.  For example, you can chain mulitple basic models to a deluxe model, which serves as the master programmable unit.
  • Robust anodized aluminum Mounting Arm compatible with M4 and M5 screw
  • LED Array Structure: 25 LED (UV + Cool White + Blue + Royal Blue)
  • LED Complement – Channel 1: Full spectrum of Ocean Blue light 400-480nm. LED’s: (1) UV 400nm, (1) UV 420nm, (2) Royal Blue, (2) Blue 465nm, (5) Blue 470nm, (2) Blue 475nm, (4) Blue 480nm. Channel 2: High Kelvin White light simulating neritic zone. LED’s: (4) Blue 470nm, (4) Cool White.
  • Options for Mounting Arms: MAK-24 for tank depth of 18” ~ 24” and MAK-18 for tank depth of 14” ~ 18”
  • Power Consumption: 85 Watts at maximum intensity (DC 33V)


Click here to view more information about the HALO including many more photos and manufacturer-supplied PAR distribution plots.

      Aquatic Life supplied Advanced Aquarist with the press release below:

      • Leonard Ho

        I'm a passionate aquarist of over 30 years, a coral reef lover, and the blog editor for Advanced Aquarist. While aquarium gadgets interest me, it's really livestock (especially fish), artistry of aquariums, and "method behind the madness" processes that captivate my attention.


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