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Orphek launches powerful strip LED lights

By Leonard Ho - Posted Apr 16, 2018 09:00 AM
Orphek is now shipping their new OR Bar LED Light. Available in 3 different lengths (24, 35, and 48") and five different fixed spectrums, these are not your average strip lights. Ranging from 55 watt to 108 watts, the OR Bar LEDs are sure to output a lot of PAR!
Orphek launches powerful strip LED lights

The Orphek OR Bar LED light

The OR Bar LED Light's build quality is impressive, featuring a grey extruded aluminum housing with a tempered glass cover.  While not controllable, these lights put out some of the highest output of any LED in strip form factor.  They can be used as primary lighting or as supplementary lighting the way reefkeepers used to add actinic fluorescents to compliment metal halides.

Available Sizes:

  1. OR 120: (120cm /48″) 36 x 3Watt LED – 108Watt. $160
  2. OR 90: (90 cm / 35″) 24 x 3Watt LED –  72Watt.  $140
  3. OR 60: (60 cm /24″) 18 x 3Watt  LED  –  55Watt.  $120

Available Spectrums:

  1. Reef Day Light: Full Spectrum Day Light (380nm- 700nm ) for both marine or reef aquariums, with SPS/ LPS or soft corals.
  2. Freshwater Planted: Full Spectrum Day Light (380nm- 750nm ) for fresh water & planted aquariums.
  3. Blue sky: Blue /Cyan Spectrum (450-500 nm) for better coral growth & color and fluorescence.
  4. UV/Violet: UV/Violet (380- 440nm) for maximum coral growth & color and fluorescence.
  5. Refugium & Grow Light: Full Spectrum Grow Light is the most complex spectrum for macro algae or other flourish plants.

For more information including spectral plots, visit Orphek's new webpage.

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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