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Many of you have been waiting for this, and we thank you for your patience. We needed to make sure that the LED products we sell have undergone a thorough testing phase before bringing them to market.

We would like to introduce our new Mu Series 100 LED fixture at an introductory price of $349.99. It utilizes highly efficient Neutral White (5000K), Royal Blue (450nm), and Violet (~400nm) 3-watt Epistar LEDs which are placed into 5 clusters of 10 LEDs. Clustering of the LEDs closer together allows better mixing of colors. There are a total of 50 3-watt LEDs--20 Royal Blue, 20 Neutral White, and 10 Ultraviolet LEDs. High quality 60-degree angle optic lens come standard. There are 2 switches on the side, one controls the Royal Blue and Violet LEDs and the other controls Neutral White LEDs.

PAR output from the Mu 100 LED fixture is significantly greater than our Mu 135 LED fixture, and the coverage area is about 24" x 24" at about 24". PAR plots are on their way.

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Morning bump!

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Looks awesome. It says that the Violet/Blue and White are on separate switches - are they on separate power cords as well?

Might be considering this for my 30G cube :)


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Looks pretty awesome! Too bad I'm not looking for new lights right now. I would have jumped on this.

I've been hearing lots of mixed thoughts on ultra violet lights over a reef. But from reading it it just sounds like regular violet. Does it do much than provide a more rich blue color and coral pop?

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Yes, there are two plugs.

Looks pretty awesome! Too bad I'm not looking for new lights right now. I would have jumped on this.

I've been hearing lots of mixed thoughts on ultra violet lights over a reef. But from reading it it just sounds like regular violet. Does it do much than provide a more rich blue color and coral pop?


Visually, the difference is subtle but it's definitely there. Our past customers with the Mu135 LED fixtures will vouch for the difference.

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What brand are the LEDs in this fixture?

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What brand are the LEDs in this fixture?

He said epistar

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Oops. Got it.

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Oops. Got it.


Glad you got it answered. :P

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Looks really good that fixture, I love the clear optics.

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Will these ever be dimmable?

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can you switch the optics if you wanted to?

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Will these ever be dimmable?


Maybe... ;)

can you switch the optics if you wanted to?


These will come standard with 60 degree optics and cannot be switched out..

Edited by BoostLED, 17 November 2011 - 08:03 PM.


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So cool, I must resist the urge to set up a bigger tank or i may just have one of these sitting over it.
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Here is another picture along with the PAR plot at 24".

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Still got some in stock! :)