12х LED assembly for marine aquaria
Version 1.0 Product code: 12xV1.0


Availability:  Pre-order

Color Max. current Max. voltage drop on the chain Wavelength /
Color temperature
LED emitter type
Power connector X1  
Red 700ma 2.8V 620-630nm Semileds C35L-R, 62-67lm @350mA
Turquois 700ma 3.6V 500-510nm Semileds C35L-C, 56-67lm @350mA
Cool White 700ma 14.4V 7000-8300K Semileds C35L-W0, 130-140lm @350mA 4pcs
Power connector X2
Blue 700ma 3.6V 460-470nm Semileds C35L-B, 31-32lm @350mA
Royal Blue 700ma 18.0V 440-445nm Semileds C35L-D-A, 440-480mW @350mA 5pcs


Total power consumption, W: ​ up to 29
Board dimensions:  
             Length, mm / in   70 / 2.76
            Width, mm / in 60 / 2.36
            Height, mm / in 7.4 / 0.29
Mounting holes diameter, mm / in 3.3 / 0.13
Mounting holes spacing, mm / in 47.5 / 1.88
Weight, grams / oz 33 / 1.16
Completely solderless assembly. Matching connectors are included. YES

The LED assembly must be used with matching LED drivers. If using with ReedLedLab controller and drivers, control channels on the drivers can be configured by jumpers. Instructions.



  • Full-spectrum
  • Small dimensions (size is determined by secondary optics)
  • 5 LED types combined in 5 independent channels, to provide advanced control over spectrum
  • Sufficient radiation in Royal Blue range, to provide for fluorescence and growth of corals
  • Advanced metal board with improved heat path (3 W/m.K)
  • Minimized “Disco effect”, due to densely populated LEDs and the use of hybrid secondary optics with diffusers
  • A completely solderless solution simplifies the assembly
  • 100% quality control for all LEDs on the assembly




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Use our Spectrum Simulator to evaluate the spectral output of the LED assembly in different modes:

The spectral graphs are based on mathematical simulation and are provided for reference only.

Make a DIY LED fixture using our LED assembly: Video Tutorial:

Note: – the tutorial was made using rev. 2.2 of the 6-channel LED assembly and a different connector. You can also watch our video tutorial on how to use the new connectors.

Using the KRP crimper tool:

Theoretical and practical aspects of LED lighting

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