Aqua One StripGlo Tropical LED 17.5W 45cm

Aqua One StripGlo Tropical LED 17.5W 45cm


Availability: 3 in stock at Online Warehouse

17.5W LED/45cm, Suitable for freshwater aquariums

Aqua One StripGlo Tropical LED 17.5W 45cm

Aqua One StripGlo Tropical LED 29.5W 45cm

17.5W LED/45cm, Suitable for freshwater aquariums

Energy Efficient LED Lighting

Full spectrum light enhances red, green and blue (RGB) colours in fish and plants

Creates an aesthetically pleasing aquarium enhancing the colours of fish and ornaments.

LED lighting provides long term cost saving benefits due to a longer lifespan compared with traditional fluorescent tube replacements.

Colour: White/Blue/Red/Green

Wattage: 17.5W Total

Number of LED Strips: 3

Suitable for: Coldwater & Tropical

Aqua One StripGlo LED lighting range features an aesthetic slimline design with a sturdy lightweight aluminium casing that provides optimal lighting conditions to suit your aquarium.

The StripGlo provides full control over the spectrum and intensity of your light with the touch of a button.

Features & Benefits:

  • Slimline design, creating a modern look for your aquarium
  • Intensity adjustment with multiple channels for greater control of lighting effects
  • Dimmable function on all 3 channels
  • Energy efficient LEDs produce more light for less power than fluorescent
  • 3 light settings
  • Silicone coated LED panel for a high level of water resistance
  • Low voltage
  • Sturdy lightweight aluminium casing
  • 42cm Long
  • For Tanks 44-52cm Long
  • Par 63
  • 7709 Degrees Kelvin
  • 2329 Lux
  • Warranty 1 Year

PAR (Photosynthetically Active Radiation) is an important starting point to estimate light energy for photosynthetic
aquarium needs. It is the spectral range of solar light from 400 to 700 nanometres that is generally accepted as
required by plants and other single-celled algae that live in tissue of animals such as coral, clams and anemones.
Kelvin Rating in lighting assists in defining the colour temperature of a bulb – Colour temperatures above 55000K
are cooler colours (such as green-blue). In comparison, lower colour temperatures such as 30000K are warmer
colours (such as yellow-red).
LUX Rating is a measure of the intensity of light – 1 LUX = 1 Lumen per metre2.