LED assemblies


Special spectral lighting is necessary for marine aquaria, which differs considerably from natural sunlight because marine water works as a light filter. As the human eye has different sensitivities for different parts of the spectrum, the visual brightness of our assemblies is different.

The quantity of LED radiation on the assemblies is more informative as it shows how much light there actually is, not how well the human eye can see it.

When choosing the assembly type, take into consideration the average performance coefficient of LED's on the assembly calculated for their maximum working current. The higher this value, the more power savings you will have, which can be substantial over the years of LED luminaries operation.


Theoretical and practical aspects of LED lighting

What type of light is available to corals in nature? What type of light do corals require for growth and for best coloration? Under what spectrum will your reef tank look its best? You will find the answers to these questions in this section.

All you need for DIY

Do you want to build a DIY LED fixture that would best fit your tank’s requirements, using the state of the art technological achievements and the highest grade components? You will find the answers to these questions in this section.


Building a DIY LED fixture has never been so easy! Find the answers to many questions that hundreds of others have asked. Everything you want to know about building DIY LED fixtures is available in this section.