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True Lumen Pro, Spectrum in Action

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Uploaded on Feb 25, 2011

TrueLumen Pro LED striplights finally offer aquarists features they've always needed. The energy efficient, long life, ultra-bright LED chips emit a sharp spectrum of light promoting growth and color -- not algae. Protected by a proprietary silicone cover, they are completely water resistant and designed to last. Powered by a 24 volt low-voltage transformer, they are linkable -- providing for future expansion and flexibility. Powerful and feature rich, the TrueLumen Pro LED striplights are the simple and safe solution for marine & freshwater aquarists from the hobbyist to the professional.

8,000K Sun White - the perfect spectrum for freshwater planted aquariums or refugiums.

12,000K Diamond White - crisp white, an excellent choice for enhancing colors in marine & freshwater fish. Provides bright, penetrating rays of shimmering light without growing nuisance algae.

Marine Fusion - a slick combination of 12K white & 453nm blue. One strip will illuminate an entire aquarium with the perfect blend of light for marine fish & reef aquariums.

Deepwater Blue - sharp 453nm actinic blue lighting for providing the necessary wavelengths for promoting strong coral growth & enhancing brilliant coloration.See all of the product videos online.

The aquarium in this video is an ADA 120-P measuring 120cm x 45cm x 45cm (approximately 48" x 18" x 18".) It is illuminated using four 48" TrueLumen LED strips (one of each color spectrum.) The colors in the video are not corrected, therefore giving a "true" look of each color spectrum strip.

For more information, visit www.current-usa.com

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