KESSIL A350 LED NOW IN STOCK! Limited supply!

Discussion in 'Neptune Aquatics' started by robert4025, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. robert4025

    robert4025 Sponsor

    We just got 10X A350 narrow angle in today! 4x units are available so grab yours while we still have them. This is an extremely hot product so they will probably be gone by this weekend so hurry. Sorry, first come first served only $399.99 each.

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    This light has an amazing coverage and penetration! You can see in the two pictures below that even when held 6" above the water, the spread is still easily over 24" wide. Dang!!!
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    And finally, here's some quick PAR measurements I took quick and dirty...

    A350 PAR VALUES WITH LIGHT 6" ABOVE THE WATER AND MEASURED FROM LIGHT TO SENSOR:

    12" from light to sensor: 475 (sensor 6" below water line)
    18" from light to sensor: 250 (sensor 12" below water line)
    24" from light to sensor: 225 (sensor 18" below water line)
     
  2. robert4025

    robert4025 Sponsor

    Forgot...took some preliminary PAR measurements today. See the values here:

    http://www.neptuneaquatics.com/supply/kessil-a350-led-aquarium-light-tuna-blue-color-tune-able

    Robert
     
  3. melly mel

    melly mel Guest

    How much Chaeto will I need for 2 of these? LMAO! J/K
     
  4. bondolo

    bondolo Supporting Member

    I've been trying to figure out what size of frag tank the 350W can service. 36"x36"x12"? Larger?
     
  5. aqua-nut

    aqua-nut Supporting Member

    Mike,

    I was looking at the kessil website. The intensity chart (http://www.kessil.com/products/a350_led_aqua_light.php) seems to indicate above 80% intensity 20 in. from center.

    I really hate the name - 350W. My mind sees that as 350 watts! Hang it on the ceiling upstairs, punch a hole in the floor, keep corals downstairs!! :)
     
  6. Gomer

    Gomer Honorary Member

    Keep in mind that these are the narrow beam ones. Great for some applications, but consider the lower par, wider 350W(ide) ones.
     
  7. scuba71

    scuba71 Supporting Member

    Are these controllable?
     
  8. bondolo

    bondolo Supporting Member

    They have tuning knobs to adjust the two colours but they are not PWM dimmable nor do they offer snazzy programming like the Radion. The tuning knobs are "set it to what you like and then never touch it".
     
  9. houser

    houser Past President

    Anybody grab one?
    I have the 150 and like it, would be down to try two wide angle ones over my 17" deep tank. I bet that would work pretty well. As long as it will keep my Ritteri happy I'd give it a good test.
     
  10. Erick

    Erick Guest

    I'm waiting for the wide angle one as well. Curious to see how well 1 can light up the 36' long tank.
     
  11. houser

    houser Past President

    When I first checked out this thread I didn't see the pictures. Looks pretty good.
     
  12. Gomer

    Gomer Honorary Member

    I have a pair of the A150W and love em. Hope these are just as good (no reason to believe they won't rock)
     
  13. Piper

    Piper Guppy

    I have 150s as well and was thinking about upgrading to the 350s in the future. Right now I have two 150s over a 36x18 tank. Looking at the spread on the A350s (not the wide) two should be plenty, no?

    ~Charlie
     
  14. robert4025

    robert4025 Sponsor

    For 36x18...I'd wait for the wide angle.
     
  15. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Is it me or do the PAR values on these not seem terribly encouraging considering its basically a 92 watt LED point source. Possibly because it's putting out so much energy at the blue wavelength? Or perhaps the water surface was a bit too turbulent that it distorted the values? Or do they not get anywhere close to MH bulbs as far as PAR values?? Or maybe Robert's tiny arms couldn't reach into the tank so the sensor was at a big angle ;)
     

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