LED лампа EcoTech Marine RADION XR30W G5 Pro
The G5 delivers advancements that must be seen to be believed.
Hemispherical Edge Illumination
Generation 5 includes the most sophisticated lens design available. HEI lenses deliver the light uniformity and color mixing of halide T5 combo without sacrificing the power and efficiency of the LEDs.
How impressive is the new HEI lens design? Just compare the previous generations of Radion lenses, which utilized the best optical technologies of the time. Observing the respective PAR distribution of the reflector and TIR lenses, it is immediately apparent that HEI Optics offer a significant improvement from the perspective of providing usable coverage.
Quiet Active Cooling
The G5 heat sink has been designed from the ground up to maximize surface area and allow for superior heat dispersion. Multiple channels provide unrestricted airflow. This effective heat management greatly reduces the need for active cooling, which decreases fan and airflow noise.
From Aquaculture to the home aquarium, there is a high likelihood that the coral you know and love has been grown or "colored-up" under a generation of Radion Pros.
Powerful. Flexible. Proven.
Radion Pro's Balanced LED Mix
Proven Halide Spectrum and Previous Pro Spectrum
Flexible Spectral Output
The Radion G5 features a whole new LED cluster. The rebalancing of proven colors combined with the addition of warm white and violet takes color rendition for your corals to the next level. The reconfiguration of the clusters compliments the all-new HEI lenses to deliver balanced color mixing better than ever before.
The lenses on the G5 deliver more usable light area. This is accomplished by spreading light that would normally create an area of high PAR directly under the LED fixture and redirect it to a significantly wider optimal area of intensity for coral health and growth. This will reduce shadowing in the aquarium as well as increase usable space for coral at all depths.
30 cm /18 cm /3,9 cm
Universal Input Range
100-240 V - 50/60 Hz
Peak Inrush Current