The light spectrum of aquatic plants varies considerably from the spectrums found in our household or torch LEDs. We are talking here about the photosynthetically active radiation range of the light, called PAR, and a full spectrum which covers ALL the spectral ranges of the visible light spectrum. Only by combining these two components can we achieve the perfect light for aquarium plants!
The special features of the new JBL LED SOLAR lights: These lights are suitable as replacements for ALL fluorescent tube lengths. Along with the light itself, the standard JBL SOLAR NATUR includes a remote control unit for simple and professional operation. The IR remote control means several JBL LED SOLAR systems can be operated simultaneously, as the frequency of the IR receivers is identical. If you don’t want this, simply move the receivers further away from each other. Then you’ll be able to operate each LED unit individually with the same remote control.
Marine water: The JBL LED SOLAR NATUR was originally developed for freshwater aquariums, but has also proved very popular with marine aquarists, as almost all cultivated corals come from shallow waters where they receive full sunlight. If you combine the JBL LED SOLAR NATUR with the JBL LED SOLAR EFFECT, you’ll attain a colour temperature of 7800 Kelvin.
Lengths: the lengths stated (e.g. 22 W = 43.8 cm) refer to the fluorescent tube you are replacing. Length of lamp: 22 W/38.3 cm; 24 W/49.5 cm; 37 W/68.7 cm; 44 W/79.5 cm; 57 W/99.2 cm; 59 W/109.5 cm; 68 W/139.5 cm
Length with plug-on holder suitable for: 22 W/45-70 cm; 24 W/55-80 cm; 37 W/75-100 cm; 44 W/85-110 cm; 57 W/105-130 cm; 59 W/115-140 cm; 68 W/145-170 cm
General calculation of lamp length: Stated length e.g. for 44 W 845 mm incl. retrofit adapters for the replacement of fluorescent tubes, minus adapter lengths (always the same): -50 mm -5 mm= 794 mm real lamp length.