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Ecotech Marine announces third generation Radion LED light fixtures

By Leonard Ho - Posted Jan 09, 2014 07:15 PM
Ecotech Marine is evolving the design of both the Radion XR30w and XR30w Pro models with an updated interface and new LEDs. The XR30w now includes indigo/UV LEDs while the 3rd generation Pro swaps in Cree XP-G2 and Osram Oslon Square LEDs for greater output. More info, photos, and pricing after the jump.

Ecotech Marine supplied Advanced Aquarist with their latest product announcement:

The Radion Generation 3 Is Here!

The best LED aquarium light fixtures just got even better.

EcoTech Marine is excited to announce the Radion XR30wG3 and XR30wG3Pro. Generation 3 Radions are available for immediate order.


What's New in the G3?

The first thing you'll notice is the sleek updated design, including illuminated tactile buttons, but where you will really see a difference is in the output.

  • The G3 base model now includes indigo/UV LEDs, providing more output, and a wider spectrum than its predecessor the G2.
  • The G3 Pro model further raises the bar for max PAR and spectral output by taking advantage of top bin Cree XP-G2 and Osram Oslon Square LEDs.

In addition, reef enthusiasts can further customize their G3 and G3 Pro output at any time by purchasing EcoTech's new  120 degree wide-angle TIR lenses. Best of all, both the G3 and the G3 Pro fully integrate with the EcoSmart Live platform, enabling complete control over your Radion lighting -- any time, anywhere.

New Pricing!

  • Radion G2: $549 (Unchanged)
  • Radion Pro: $699 (Effective January 13th, 2014)
  • Radion G3: $649 (Effective January 13th, 2014)
  • Radion G3 Pro: $749 (Effective January 13th, 2014)

Author: Leonard Ho
Location: Southern California

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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