Ecoxotic Reflector for Panorama Pro LED Module Information
Panorama Pro LED Module We have learned a lot from our first generation of Panorama LED lights and the next generation of Panorama Pro LED modules is proof. With a new sleeker profile, connectable design and a powerful increase in light output, you can instantly add incredible shimmer and intensify colors and growth your aquarium has never experienced before.
The entire module is thinner, sleeker, polished and refined. With up to a 40% increase in light output and available in 5 color spectrums, the new Panorama Pro delivers an amazing amount of brightness without sacrificing energy efficiency. Whether you're looking to retrofit your nano-aquarium, pump up the actinic for your corals, or add stunning shimmer effects, the Panorama Pro completely changes what you can do with LED lighting. You can even add more punch by snapping on a polished reflector, effectively doubling the amount of light focused into your tank. And because the Panorama Pro is completely waterproof, you don't have to worry about accidentally dropping it in the water.
No one knows modularity better than Ecoxotic. The new connectable design allows you to connect up to three Panorama Pro Modules to one transformer using our 3-way splitter. You can even hybridize our Panorama Pro Modules with our Stunner LED strips, providing plug-and-play flexibility no other LED system offers.
Each Panorama Pro LED Module includes mounting hardware and a connection cable (transformer sold separately.) Up to three 19w Panorama Pro LED Modules can be connected to a single 60w transformer using a 3-way splitter.
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As advertised, but not for me.
(Posted on 11/4/11)
Comments: This reflector does achieve its goal of directing the maximum amount of light from the LEDs to the aquarium, but I found it to cause too much focus on one area. I was looking for more of a spread of light than this provided. I wish they made a flat or just slightly curved reflector to bounce light from the Panorama Pro into the water. That would give me the additional reflective light gain without focusing the light so much. The Panorama Pro module is basically a "block" of LEDs set into a high-temp BLACK epoxy with a heat sink on the back. Now that I have removed the reflector, I am getting the light spread that I wanted, but I am loosing light to the sides and optical absorption into the black epoxy that hold the LEDs. Maybe I will play with flattening this reflector somehow. BTW, it doubles the profile of the Panorama Pro because the reflector is so deep.