Advanced LED Strip Light

Advanced LED Strip Light
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Product No. ML90616-00
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Marineland Advanced LED Strip Lights provide the ultimate opportunity to create a realistic underwater home-aquarium environment. This all-new line of LED lights is 20% brighter and is designed for reliable, long-term performance. Adjustable mounting legs allow for flexibility in fitting aquarium widths of 18-24 inches, 24-36 inches, 36-48 inches, and 48-60 inches, and an integrated timer provides maximum control. Daylight LED lamps provides brighter output than two typical fluorescent bulbs and lunar LED lamps replicate the moon-light cycle. Advanced LED Strip Lights are ideal for freshwater or saltwater aquariums and low intensity plants.

  • High-efficiency white and blue LEDs with timer
  • For freshwater, saltwater, and low-intensity plants
  • Brighter than two fluorescent tube fixtures
  • Lunar LED lamps replicate the moonlight cycle
  • Integrated timer controls day and night settings
  • Adjustable mounting legs for customized fit

Good enough for a Reef tank?

Just wondering if this product is bright enough for a reef tank? Also what is the Kelvin rating? Thanks
Asked by: SWfun
7500 Kelvin for the Advance LED strip
Answered by: Bilek67
Date published: 2015-06-18

Kelvin Rating on 36" Advanced LED strip light with timer

Is the kelvin rating on this led strip light 5500 or 6500? Thanks
Asked by: cmclien
5344 to be precise. Advanced Leds are going to work okay with some low light plants, but you really need the Aquatic Plant LED. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-06-12

Advance LED compare to double bright led

How is the brightness on the advance LED compare to the double bright LED? I know it indicates that it is 20% brighter, but it doesn't say compare to which light. I have the double bight LED. Is this brighter than the double bight LED? Thanks
Asked by: TTLL
Yes, the Advanced LED is the updated and upgraded, version of the Double Bright. It has the latest technology in led bulbs, a higher Kelvin, and more lumens. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-05-27

manual

need manual for the timer model
Asked by: madmarx
Please check your inbox as are sending this manual to you electronically. ML2
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-05-20

No Manual.

Just received my Advanced LED Strip Light, ML90616-900, but no manual was in the box. Need instructions for programming the clock, etc. Thanks.
Asked by: fenon
I apologize for that oversight. A manual has been emailed directly to you. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-05-12

Technical spec Advanced LED Strip Light

Hi, I'm interested in this product: Product No. ML90616-00: Advanced LED Strip Light Can you please give me details on the following: 1/ Power of Leds? And how many for 18-24" or 24-36" 2/ What is the length of the fixture without the bracket legs for both models:18-24" or 24-36" ? 3/ My tank is 600mm external (23.6"), will the 24-36" model fit? Thanks
Asked by: Manu
1. 9 watts total for the 18-24 and 12 watts total for the 24-36, 6 white, 3 blue; and 8 white, 4 blue 2. 16.75" and 22.75" 3. Yes, however, we do not ship to Australia. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-04-14

Good For Plants?

I have a 55 gal marineland tank with the basic LED lights that it came with, I have some different low-med light plants and am not getting as much growth as I would like (use liquid co2 and ferts too). Will this be a good light for plant growth? (right spectrum/output). Thanks so much for any help!
Asked by: Honeygirl
No, these do not provide the correct spectrum. They are only 5500 Kelvin. I would add the Accent LED in Red or the Hidden LED. Or completely switch to glass canopies and utilize the Aquatic Plant LED. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-04-11

could you please email me the manual...

it seems to have disappeared
Asked by: RomanL
Done! BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-04-07

Marineland Advanced LED Aquarium Strip Light

Can the Marineland Advanced LED Aquarium Strip Light be used to grow corals in a 10 gallon reef tank
Asked by: slugger
Ideally you would need a light that is within 10,000 and 14,000 kelvin with PAR of at least 150 at 12" (for low light corals such as mushrooms.) Our Advanced LED light may sustain very low need corals, but we could not guarantee these results as the PAR and kelvin ratings are much lower (PAR ranging from 61-102 @ 12" varying on light length and kelvin temps in the low 6000 range.) For any reef tank, we would recommend our Marineland Reef LED lighting system. ML2
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-04-06

75g All-Glass Double Tube hood.

Will this Led fit directly replace my fluorescent tubes fixture which sits on top of the hood, with the glass panel to allow the light to pass? 75G with plastic brown hood.
Asked by: Diamatron
Yes, it should. It is just under 6" wide. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-03-24

Is there a PAR table for Marineland Advanced LED fixtures (particularly the 18-24" model)?

Would like to find out how much PAR is delivered at various distances below the light.
Asked by: ThomasC
Not one that we are able to publish, per se. PAR at 12" for that light is 61 and at 24" it is 45. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-03-23

Two settings per day?

Could I program this LED Advanced Strip Light to go on/off twice per day? Say on from 6-10 am, off for most of the day, then on again from 4-10 pm?
Asked by: bluebirdmn
Unfortunately, no, it will not work that way. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-03-23

How can I only cycle the blue led on twice perday? I don't want the white led on at all.

How can I only cycle the blue led on twice perday? I don't want the white led on at all. And all LED off for the rest of time. Or I must follow the step, Blue on and Blue+ white on then blue on then all off as what the default set?
Asked by: Jimmy9
Open it up snip the cord that connects to the white lights
Answered by: Jo67DIY
Date published: 2015-07-25

Is the power cord replaceable?

My power cord was absolutely ruined and I can't seem to find one that works for it and was wondering if MarineLand sold this by itself.
Asked by: Stefanie
That depends on which size you own. We currently sell the power cord for the 24-36 and 48-60 inch sizes. However, if you have one of the other sizes, we can assist you. Please call or email directly. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-03-03

what size fixture do i need for a 72 gallon bow front

what size led fixture do i need for a 72 gallon bow front ?
Asked by: bozwell
That depends on the length of the tank and what you intend to house. We do not make that tank, but I believe it is 48" long. If so, you want the 48-60" LED light. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-03-02

My new 18-24-inch light is blinking and showing a malfunctioning clock

Sorry, I initially posted this to the wrong product (non-programmable light). I think I'm on the right one now! I just unpackaged this light and plugged it in about half an hour ago. It initially showed the 3:00 time and shone steadily for about 5 minutes, and then suddenly began to blink off and on. The clock isn't working right, it flashes from 1111 to 2222 etc. through to 9999, then goes to 3:00 where the light flashes on (whites) twice. Then the display goes back to 1111, and the cycle repeats. What am I doing wrong? What should I do to fix it?
Asked by: China
Not sure that you can fix it. Are you plugging straight into an outlet or a powerstrip? If straight into an outlet, try to plug into a power strip with surge protection in case it is a voltage issue. If this does not work, return to vendor for an exchange. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-02-24

Wattage output and product suggestions requested

I have a 46g euro/bow front tank (36"L x 16.5"D at widest point of the bow x 21"H) with full glass only canopy. The ensemble came with 2 connected/in-line white and blue led light bars that snap into place along the front edge, hidden. These seem to be efficient enough, but I have a planted tank (low to medium light requirements) and am looking to upgrade the lighting. Prior to this ensemble, I have never dealt with LED tank lighting and am needing to know what the wattage output is for the 36" option. Using the lowest average of 4 watts/gallon, I need a minimum output of 184 watts. What is the wattage output of your Advanced LED strip light? And your Aquatic Plant lighting system? Which option would suit my needs best? As appealing as they are, seeing as how I have a bow front, your offerings of Hidden LED and Accent LED strips are not applicable. Finally, my tank has a 2" wide black plastic separator/support in the middle running front to back. Given your light assemblies sit on top of the glass (as opposed to my current strips which mount under the glass), will this cause any issues with proper light disbursement throughout the tank? Thank you for your time and assistance!
Asked by: KA1OTE
I will address the wattage question first. Wattage actually addresses amount of energy the light uses, and not what the plants actually need. Years ago, with fluorescent lighting, it was just by trial and error that hobbyists discovered that 2-3 watts of light would provide enough light for live plants in an aquatic environment. What your plants need is 6500 Kelvin. The Advanced LED is just under 6000 Kelvin, and has half the Lux requirement that the plants need. The Aquatic Plant LED is 6500 Kelvin, and has the amount of Lux (lumens essentially) that the plants require for proper growth, etc. That being said, most low light plants such as anubias, java fern, etc, will do alright under the Advanced LED (I've had a tank set up this way with much success) but to really appreciate a planted tank and reach its full potential, the Aquatic Plant LED is the way to go. By the way, if I quoted wattage to you, it would be vastly different, as LEDS use much, much less wattage than fluorescent bulbs. In regards to disbursement of light, you just need to make sure the leds are not fully hidden from the plants via the middle hinge. I have a 38 gallon with the canopy and the Aquatic Plant LED Light, and the hinge has never been an issue. I have to prune weekly, and my tank is bursting with plants of all sorts. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-03-17

How can I program the timer on Advanced LED light strip

I recently purchased a 48" Marineland Advanced LED light strip for my 55 gallon aquarium tank. There is no power switch on this and there is no user manual included with this light strip. Please advise how to program the pre-set timer for different settings. Also send me a user manual if it is available.
Asked by: MonaB
We will email you the manual. The light is operated via the timer. It is either on the blue and white lights combined, blue only, or off, depending on how you set the timer. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-03-13

what is the warranty?

how long are the led lights warranted for?
Asked by: reginavac
All of them are warrantied for one year. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-02-02

Are the bulbs on the Marineland Advance LED Light Strips replaceable?

Can you replace the bulbs? I'm considering moving from T8 tubes to LED, but I would want to be able to replace any bulbs that go bad instead of having to replace the entire unit. Thanks.
Asked by: Spudgun
No, the led bulbs cannot be replaced and generally never need replacing. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-02-01

Question regarding the Advanced LED Strip.

I have the advanced LED strip light. I also have it above a glass cover. When centered, the line of blue LEDs ends up directly above the glass covers hinge so the light gets blocked. Any solution?
Asked by: MichaelB
As a very slimline light fixture, feel free to simply move the position of the light closer to the front or further to the back of the tank so that the polypropylene hinge is not hindering light potential. ML2
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-03-13

How to remove the legs from my LED Lights

I want to be able to have my lights lay flat on the glass. They are the perfect length for my 150 gallon aquarium. It looks like there are screws on the ends and the legs will extend out but won't come completely out of the frame. I don't want to break them so please advise.
Asked by: OmegaJ151
They simply pull out. They are not screwed or bolted in at all. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-01-19

What is the depth of the Advanced Led Strip Light.

My ERUO 80 Gallon tank lighting area where the strip light will go is 48" long and 6" wide or 48" wide and 6" depth. I am most concern withe width or depth of the unit. Please help
Asked by: SLBULL
If you own our 80 gallon Euro tank, we would suggest using 2 of the 48-60 Advanced LED lighting strips. The reasoning behind using two lights is to alleviate any "shadowed" areas in your aquarium. For every 10-12 inches in depth (from front to back of the tank) we recommend an additional fixture. LEDs are a very direct light and therefore only reach out at a 45 degree angle from the position of each light above the tank. Especially with bowfront tanks, a single LED fixture can lead to dark spots whereas two strips should illuminate the entire aquarium beautifully. ML2
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-01-02

Do you have to use the timer feature?

I have a couple of questions. I just bought the led strip light but it only has 702 lumens and isn't as bright as I would like for my 55 gallon freshwater aquarium. What's the difference between the new Led strip light and the single bright light? Would the 2640 lumens on the Advanced Led Strip Light be noticeably brighter than the regular led strip light? Also I'm not sure if I would really use the timer feature on the Advanced Led Strip Light, would I be able to use the white blue and them together with out having the timer set up?
Asked by: 3brian
Our new LED strip light is 20 percent brighter than our previous generation's Single Bright LED strip light. To answer your question, yes, the Advanced LED is much brighter than the strip light as each light encompasses its own lens and each LED is much more intense and therefore brighter. The timer function automatically comes preset so that when it is turned on, it counts up to a 3:00 PM start time. The default setting is set for the blue LEDs to come on at 9:00 AM and stay on until 8:00 PM. The White LEDs are preset to come on at 10:00 AM and go off at 10:00 PM. In other words, you can set the whites and the blues independently of each other. While some consumer use the manual overrides to turn the lights on and off with the default, the timer setting is very helpful and easy to program to your own scheduled liking. ML2
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-01-02

what size light LED light fixture should I go with for my 55gallon fresh water tank?

The tank has 2 fluorescent 22" tubes in two hoods with a divider in between that I want to replace with LED's. Is it better to go with 2-24" LED strips with timer or one 48" long strip with a timer? It is fresh water, fish only tank without any live plants. Tank dimensions are 48" long x 12.5 deep x 13"
Asked by: brucethedrummer
I would go with one 48" Advanced LED Light Strip with Timer. You will get a cleaner, nicer look and brighter lighting. You can also add plants later on, if you wish to as this light will give you that option. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-29

Flashing Timer

I have a 18 row LED 48"-60" light w/ built-in timer that doesn't come on. The timer display just blinks. What happened? This light wasn't cheap and I've had it about 2 years. Any suggestions?
Asked by: Metzz2
The light in the link you sent has not been out for two years, it has only been out since August 2014. I am not sure what light you own, but it would be either the Reef Capable or the Aquatic Plant led. You don't mention if the lights come on or not, so I will assume it is just the timer you are having an issue with. If the light is over an open top tank water corrosion could have caused this issue. If the light was plugged straight into an outlet, a voltage surge could have been an issue. Otherwise, it may be the timer itself. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-24

What lights for a 300 gallon aquarium

What lights would you recommend for a freshwater 96x24x30 tank?
Asked by: Tony61
If this is fish only, I would recommend the 48" Advanced LED. Since the tank is 96" long, I would suggest 4 of them; two in the front, two in the back, end to end. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-22

Help - owners manual

Would someone be willing to scan and post directions for programming the light settings from the owner's manual? Our owner's manual disappeared. Please and thank you!
Asked by: RhetoricalMeow
Oh we can do better than that, we will email them to you directly. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-16

Manuals and Instructions

Thank you for responding Brex. But, I do not see a link for "manuals and instructions" for the Advanced LED Light strip.
Asked by: RiverWild
I just checked. You are correct. I have asked the web moderator to put the new instructions on for all of the leds. I found our old manual under the Reef Capable. It has the info you seek but won't be as easy to read. I will email it to you directly. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-11

Is this considered low, medium, or high light (24-36")

What is the PAR value?
Asked by: RiverWild
It is considered for all types of plants. The chart is posted on our site, on the product page for this product. Just click manuals and instructions. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-09
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