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New Ecotech Marine Radion TIR Lenses introduced

By Leonard Ho - Posted Aug 08, 2012 04:45 PM
Ecotech has announced the TIR Lenses for their Radion LED lights. For $30 per pair of lenses, you can increase your Radion's peak output by 45% with a simple DIY retrofit. We share Ecotech's official announcement after the jump.

Radion TIR Lens kits now available increasing peak output by up to 45%


Since their unveiling at Interzoo, you have been asking how you can get your hands on a TIR Lens upgrade for your Radion.

We are pleased to announce that  the TIR lens upgrade kits are now available!


What is TIR?
TIR stands for Total Internal Reflection. By redirecting more of each LED cluster’s output in a usable direction (in your tank), TIR lenses are able to boost peak PAR levels by up to 45% and total (average) PAR levels by up to 23% beneath the fixture without sacrificing spread[1] or consuming additional power.   

Put Your PAR Where Your Tank Is

TIR2.jpgOn the Left is a Radion using the current lens and reflector.  On the Right is a Radion using the  the new TIR lens kit. Readings where taken over a 30x30 inch area at 12 inches from the light.  

As Promised…

While many make claims  - EcoTech delivers. The TIR lens  incorporates EcoTech’s ongoing commitment to innovation and improvement for the benefit of its customers. A modular upgrade for a truly modular fixture makes the Radion an ever brighter solution for aquarium lighting.

How Do I get Them?

TIR Lens kits (2x TIR lenses 2x wire ties) are available for $30 (MSRP) from your local fish store or from  EcoTech Marine’s part store.

For a map of EcoTech dealers please visit: http://ecotechmarine.com/find-retailers/retailers/

For EcoTech’s parts store please visit:  http://ecotechmarine.com/parts-store/


[1] in a 20x20 inch area

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.

Website: http://www.advancedaquarist.com.

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