Click to read Sicce’s LED Light promotional cut sheet (2.0mb Adobe PDF)

 

SicceLOGO.jpgThe new Sicce LED Lights are constructed of acrylic enclosures/bezels with large, top-mounted anodized extruded aluminum heat sinks. Both models are passively cooled.

Unlike the high-output diodes used in most LED lights on the market today, sicce has chosen to use a lot of low wattage white diodes instead (see specs below). Multiple rows of white diodes are supplemented by higher-output blue diodes.  Both fixtures use only these two LED colors, “blue” and “white,” to create a correlated color temperature of 14,000°K.  The blue and white LEDs can be turned on and off independently.

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The two new models are:

AM466

  • 18.34 x 14.40 x 1.6 inches
  • 110 watts
  • 420 LEDs: 392 12,000-14,000°K + 28 446nm Blue
  • PAR value 245 μmol/m2/sec (measured at 23″)
  • Color Temperature: 14,000°K
  • 6 ft cable

AM650

  • 25.6 x 14.40 x 1.6 inches
  • 170 watts
  • 630 LEDs: 588 12,000-14,000°K White + 42 446nm Blue
  • PAR value is currently not available
  • Color Temperature: 14,000°K
  • 6 ft cable

 

According to sicce, their new LED lights feature:

  • For tanks from 20 to 36 inches long.
  • sicce LED Lighting models have separate switches for the blue and white LEDs.
  • Each model comes with everything you need for quick and simple installation.
  • High-efficiency LED lamps for maximum lumen output and minimal power consumption
  • Optimized for even illumination over the entire tank
  • Safe, efficient and SILENT heat dissipation without noisy fans
  • Light spectrum does not shift over time
  • Modular design is ready to upgrade when you are.  Units can be easily combined to illuminate larger tanks.
  • Built-in timer with sunrise/sunset program option

 

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Pricing and availability TBA (we have unconfirmed reports the AM466 will be around $1,400 USD).  Advanced Aquarist will share more information as soon as it is available.

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