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Maxspect Celestial LED Spotlight C70F
[Celestail 70]

Maxspect Celestial LED Spotlight C70F
Maxspect Celestial C70F Full Spectrum LED Spotlight Information

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The Maxspect Celestial is a new full spectrum LED spotlight with a set of attractive features. This 70-watt multi-chip spotlight LED fixture features an intuitive built-in controller that can simultaneously automate and adjust four (4) separate color channels. The C70-F makes for a perfect option for illuminating pico and nano aquariums up to a 20 inch cube. The Celestial Spotlight utilizes the latest LED multi-chip technology with its Cree EZ1000 core chip. Be sure to check out the video on the Maxspect Celestial Spotlight. RGB Full Spectrum - C70-F

The Celestial C70-F LED mulit-chip is controllable across 4 separate lighting channels.

Channel A Super Actinic (x4)410nm, (x4)420nm, (x4)430nm
Channel B Blue (x4)445nm, (x4)465nm, (x4)485nm
Channel C White (2)5000k Cool White, (2)3000k Warm White, (2)660nm Hyper Red
Channel D White (2)5000k Cool White, (2)3000k Warm White, (2)500nm Cyan


Features
- Programmable color channels / Integrated dawn to dusk
- Smart Cooling Technology
- Temperature controlled fan
- Advanced heat-sink
- Integrated heat pipes
- 90 degree lens in junction with nano-tech painted reflective cups
- Licensed COB multi-chip LED
- Versatile mounting system
- Utilizes Cree Ez1000 core chip


Specifications
- LED Module Dimensions (L x W x H): 5.5” x 3.3” x 2.5”
- Weight: 250g (0.6 lb)
- Power Supply Unit Model: GM50-240200-F
- Input Voltage / Current: 1.5A/100-240vAC 50/60Hz
- Output Voltage / Current: 24vDC 2A
- Weight: 250g /0.6 lb


Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice. Weight and dimensions are approximate.
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