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Innovative Marine's MagnaFuge magnet refugium LED

By Leonard Ho - Posted Aug 22, 2013 10:00 AM
Innovative Marine has figured out an elegant, discreet way for owners of all-in-one aquariums (such as the IM Nuvo aquariums) to light their system's rear refugium compartments. The compact, slim MagnaFuge attaches to glass or acrylic walls using neodymium magnets to illuminate refugiums with six watts of 6500K LED light perfect for growing macroalgae.

Innovative Marine supplied Advanced Aquarist with the following content:

Versatile LED Fuge Lighting

Enjoy the benefits of natural filtration for your AIO (All-In-One) Aquarium with the versatile MagnaFuge LED. Unlike traditional fuge lighting, the low voltage MagnaFuge utilizes dedicated rare earth neodymium magnets to mount vertically or horizontally behind your AIO,  and remains discreetly out of view.

Designed for maximum macro algae growth, the MagnaFuge distributes 6500K spectrum evenly with 120 degree optics, and delivers an amazing 120 lumens per watt.

Creating a refugium aids in the export of unwanted nutrients such as phosphates and nitrates, while stabilizing   pH and oxygen levels throughout the day. They also provide a natural food source for your aquarium inhabitants, to create a true thriving mini-ecosystem.



  • Easy to set up magnetic design
  • Designed for AIO Aquariums
  • Low voltage
  • 4 Rare earth neodymium magnets
  • 6 x 1 watt LED
  • 6,500K Daylight
  • Small form factor
  • 120 lumens per watt
  • No Heat transfer


  • Name: MagnaFuge
  • LED Watts: 6 x 1 Watt
  • Kelvin: 6500K
  • Optics: 120 Degree
  • Lumens per Watt: 120
  • Current: 350mA
  • Fixture Dims: 4.09” x 0.82” x 7.24”
  • Magnet Dims: 2.76” x 0.82” x 1.77”
  • MAP: $99



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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