March Sirius XTC LED Sale

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  1. ReefLEDLights

    ReefLEDLights Valuable Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    $150 off the Sirius XTC.

    The Sirius XTC is on of the most powerful Full Spectrum LED Fixtures available. Designed to replace a 400 watt MH with a spectrum optimized for SPS, the Sirius XTC is an excellent value given its performance...Very few LED Fixtures at this price can penetrate a 30-36" deep tank and deliver over 200 PAR on the sand bed.

    For more information please visit www.siriusxtc.com and our Sirius XTC Product page.

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    Looks like an awesome light
     
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    ReefLEDLights Valuable Member R2R Supporter Gold Sponsor

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    It Is

    We took all of our knowledge from DIY LED Lighting and applied it to our Made In USA / Manufactured In USA ... Some parts like the optics are from Germany and the power supplies are from Mean Well who sources domestically and internationally.

    As a small company who does not import but manufactures its LED Fixtures here in the USA gives us several advantages.

    We can control the quality of the parts... Chinese products or Made In China products are notorious for using parts of less quality to reduce cost... If you open a Black Box Fixture very few of the parts have serial or part numbers and most if not all are not UL/CE Listed.

    We also designed the fixture to be only 24V DC to meet NEC Class II Safety Standards.

    The Controller is based from the Storm X and we added extra layers of thermal management to keep the fixture cool and quiet...

    Overall the result is a no kidding replacement for a 400MH while using less watts than the ecotech radion... Coverage is 24"x24" with over 200 PAR on the sand bed of a 30" deep tank.

    Please post or contact us with any questions.

    Bill
     
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    Reefrookie220 Valuable Member Build Thread Contributor

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    Price was 645, dropped to 545, that's only 100$ off? You mentioned 150$? So is it 545 or 495?
     
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    Yea I was confused on that too I called the other day since I need a light and this looks nice but it's hard to spend that much on a light that's still new when for a little more k can get a radion g4. This light looks like it has really good potential and sounds promising but for 550 I'm not ready to pull the trigger on it.
     
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    Performance matters and the XTC produces more PAR while consuming less energy than the G4. The XTC is also stronger in the 410-460 NM range which is important for looks and photosynthesis.
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