AquaMaxx NemoLight AquaFresh Plant and Refugium Nano LED Fixture With Controller - 18 Watts


$ 101.53 
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A sleek powerful light that is great for refugiums and planted aquariums!

AquaMaxx NemoLight LED Fixture offers the perfect balance of beauty and power. Its sleek aluminum unibody construction helps to efficiently dissipate heat generated by the powerful LED lights without the need of a noisy fan. Measuring in at just 1/2" thick, the AquaMaxx NemoLight is sleek and powerful.

While we all want lighting fixtures that look great! Our plants and macroalgae need lights that are powerful and can provide sufficient intensity & proper spectrum. With 4 different colors of LED`s diodes, the NemoLight puts out the proper spectrum of lighting for photosynthesis.The AquaMaxx NemoLight also offers up to 50% more light than its competition to ensure proper health and growth of the plants in your freshwater aquarium or the macro algae in your saltwater refugium.

A simple and convenient controller is built-in to allow you to customize the lighting schedule and intensity to your exacting needs. An adjustable clamp-on bracket is also include for installation (a hanging kit is offered as an optional accessory). 


  • More Power!
  • Aluminum Unibody Design
  • Ultra Slim 1/2" Body Thickness
  • High-Quality Multi-Spectrum LED Diodes: Including White, Blue, Red and Green.
  • Built-In Controller With Timer & Dimmers to Simulate Sunrise & Sunset
  • Quiet, Fanless, Design
  • Theatrical Thunderstorm Feature
  • Safe 24V Low Wattage UL-Approved Power Supply
  • Adjustable Bracket for Easy Installation
  • One-Year Manufacturer`s Warranty


  • Power: 18 Watts
  • LED Diodes: 31 x 8000K White, 2 x 460nm Blue, 2 x 630nm Red, 2 x 520nm Green
  • Fixture Dimensions: 8" x 6.3" x 0.5"
  • Can fit tanks up to 3/4" thick.

*Please note: moonlight for the Freshwater NemoLight is white and the two controllable channels are not separated by color.



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