LED Strip Light

LED Strip Light
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Product No. ML90612-00
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Marineland 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 aquariums widths of 18-24 inches, 24-36 inches, 36-48 inches, and 48-60 inches. A daylight setting is brighter than a single tube fluorescent fixture, and a lunar setting provides a realistic moonlight shimmer.

  • High-efficiency white and blue LEDs
  • Creates a realistic underwater environment
  • Brighter than one fluorescent tube fixture
  • Lunar LED lamps replicate the moonlight cycle
  • Adjustable mounting legs for customized fit

My marineland LED strip stopped working, not sure if it shorted out. Is there anywhere that can repair this?

Asked by: Raul811
No, it can't be repaired. However, plug the adaptor into a wall and look for a bright green dot. If you do not see this light, most likely you only need the adaptor, and we can send you one of those. Also, the light has a one-year warranty so if you are within that warranty period, we can replace the entire light if that is necessary. Please call us at 1-800-322-1266. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-09-15

What light spectrum is this light

Asked by: Lwynn
If you own the Advanced LED as shown in the link, it would be 6000 Kelvin. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-09-14

I am having a problem with my light. It will turn on and light up but the light is very dim, not a bright as before. I tried turning slightly the plug that it connects to and it will become brighter but not stay bright, What can I do?

Asked by: Jessie123
Since turning the plug seems to affect it that is possibly a transformer issue or possibly an issue with the connection between the light and the transformer. If you have had the unit less than a year, it would be under warranty. If it is not under warranty, however, we would still be happy to send you a transformer to try. I will reach out to you directly. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-09-14

I have 85 GAL Marineland fish tank. the measurement from side to side is 62 inches. Can 48-60 LED Model stand be extended to place on top of this tank?

Asked by: hoyteoh
We don't make an 85 gallon tank nor one that is 62 inches long. The legs extend out a maximum of 60" and would need to rest on a glass canopy instead of gripping the ends of the tank, if you have such an odd sized tank. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-08-19

I bought the 10 gallon Marineland tank kit that came with the hood and a LED light that fits into the hood. The two position switch has since rusted out and will no longer come on. What model number or size do I need to purchase to replace?

Asked by: Medicb7512
Your light has a one year warranty. If it is under warranty, please call 1-800-322-1266. If not, you would purchase the Marineland LED Aquarium Light, item number 32996. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-07-21

how do you change the bulb?  i have 2 of these units.  one is still working, the other one bulb went out.  

Asked by: rahrah
Bulbs are not changeable as they are wired into the system. Please contact us regarding the one year warranty, if you are within that period of time. 1-800-322-1266. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-07-18

I need information on the 36" size. I need to know the kelvins, and lumens on the new style that's 20% brighter.

Asked by: Sandie
Kelvin is 5344. Lux at 12" is 5520 and at 24" it is 3190. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-07-07

Interested in the 36-48 inch single bright for my 46 bowfront. How many white, and blue bulbs does it have? How many watts? How many lumens? How many kelvins? Is the light more white, or orange/yellow looking? If ordered from Amazon is it under warranty?

Asked by: Sandie
102 white bulbs, and 6 blue bulbs. 7 watts total, PAR is 16 at 12" and 12 at 24", Lux is 1032 at 12", and 923 at 24", Kelvin is 6417. It is more white. It does not matter what vendor you use, as long as it is not second hand. Must be brand new to have warranty. It is not recommended for planted tanks or reef tanks. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-07-06

Why is the power supply not listed? It came with the light.

Asked by: BobRow
It is - under parts. I don't know which size unit you own; assuming it is a single bright, then you either need the 500 mA or the 1000 mA. Here is a link to all of the parts for the various LED lights: http://www.marineland.com/Products/aquarium-parts/Lighting-Systems/LED-Lights.aspx. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-07-06

I have a Zilla surge protector that sets timers for outlets to be off and on. Can the LED Strip Light use this to automatically switch from day to night and back, or do I need to do that manually? And will a timer damage the strip light?

Asked by: DEWDAD
No it cannot be attached to a timer, as it will not be able to switch between the modes. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-06-09

3 years into having my LED strip light, I have started having a MAJOR algae problem. I've read that LED lights should be replaced every 6 months to avoid excessive algae growth. Do you sell a light replacement or do I need a whole new unit?

Asked by: LuvYourPetz
Neither. Algae is caused by excess nutrients. It can be caused by tap water as well, that is high in phosphates and nitrates. Algae can occur at any time, age of the tank. LED bulbs are not replaceable, so it would require the entire strip, but it is not necessary. Do a couple of good water changes of 30% a few days apart, and then add Tetra SafeStart Plus. Make sure you vacuum the gravel well. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-06-09

Can the a dimmer be used with the Marineland Advanced LED light strip?

Asked by: BrenBenn
Unfortunately, no, this unit is not wired for that application. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-06

What is the wattage for each model (size) of this light. I have various size aquariums, so I would be buying different size lights.

Asked by: BillG
I apologize, I hit the approve button too quickly. For the regular LED Light Strip, the wattage is 3, 5, 7, and 10, respectively. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-02

I bought the LED light about 4 months ago, and now when I switch over to the "night mode" only half of its is lit,and when I have the LED on you can see the blue led still on,is there any fix for this?or do I have to get a new one? and whats the warranty?

Asked by: Redline05
It has a one year warranty, and it is not likely that this can be fixed per se. I will email you directly for more information. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-19

What are the dimensions of the 48-60" light on the short side? Looking to put this light on my 150 gallon that's 18" x 72"

Asked by: Amysfish
It is 6" wide. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-19

I bought a 24 inch light and lost the power cord in a move. What wattage power cord would I need to get to make the light work again

Asked by: Mgraham2393
If you have the LED Strip Light, you would need 12VDC 500mA. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-14

If I was to buy a led light strip for my 36 gallon bow front would I have to get a all glass hood or could I still use the hood that came with the setup? Setup included a fluorescent light bar.

Asked by: Smity6389
You should be able to use the hood that came with it. It should have a glass strip or cover, approximately 24-36 inches long so you would need a 24" light to sit on top of it. You can pull the legs out if you need to, and rest the light directly on the glass strip. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-08

We have a Marineland 30X12 LED lighthood and our power went out the other day and since then the day lights blink.  The night lights are fine.  Is there anything we can do to fix this or do we have to get a new one?  If so, what exactly is the replacement

Asked by: JennV
If you did not have it plugged into a power strip with surge protection, it may have been damaged. If so, you would need to buy the replacement light bar. This is sold separately through most pet and fish stores. However, I would leave it off for a day, then try it again to see if it resets itself. I have seen them actually reset this way before. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-03-14

Re: the Rev. A LED Strip Light that comes with 75G aquarium kits at Petsmart (36"-48"): packaging says 20% brighter than previous model. Is this LED suitable for plants in terms of brightness and wavelength? Thanks, Edwin.

Asked by: EdwinW
No, it is not. Our Advanced LED Light Strip is suitable for low light plants such as anubias, cryptocoryne, java fern, etc. For high light plants we recommend the Aquatic Plant LED. The light you are inquiring about is meant to be only a "natural daylight" for fish only. It has a kelvin rating of just over 5000 K. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-03-09

could this light be retrofitted to replace the light hood on my 90 gallon corner tank. looking to upgrade to LED.

Asked by: Michkama
Not sure how you want to retrofit it. We never made a 90 gallon corner, but we did make a 70 gallon corner. That one would have taken a 24" to 36" LED light. You can remove the leg assmblies if necessary in order to make it fit. It will then lie directly on a glass canopy. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-02-18

what wattage required for 60" 185 gal freshwater show tank?

Does light fixture come with programmable system? Are actinic blue lights included in standard fixture, or does this require reef system purchase?
Asked by: orneurodoc
The light in the link you provided is a standard day light for fish only; it has no capabilities for growing plants, aiding corals, etc. The watts information only provides the amount of energy the light uses, and will not help you select the proper light for your purpose. This system is not programmable and does not have actinic lighting in it. For these two features you would indeed need the Reef LED, most likely in the 48-60" size. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-02-10

Will the blue lights cause the 'glow' I've seen in tanks. It looks like the plants are under a black light.

Asked by: Merrill
They will give a dark, purplish "lunar" glow. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-01-27

24"LED light strip

I bought a used tank I was told it is a 35 gallon pentagon. 36 " wide at widest point and about 20"deep. I have live plants with floramax substrate, root tabs and liquid Co2 used most every day. Will this strip light i just purchased the 24" LED strip plus my 17" hidden LED light that is located top middle of the back of the aquarium sufficient lighting? Its tuff to get all over lighting due to the shape of my tank. The top with tank has 28"strip over the center on tank for the lighting.
Asked by: Krtyrq981
If it is our Pentagon, it is 44 gallons, not 35. The LED Strip light is not suitable for live plants, especially high light needy ones. Not even with the Hidden LED as a supplemental light. I am assuming you have high light plants considering you are using CO2. I would recommend the Aquatic Plant Led instead. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-01-06

can we order 48" - 60" led directly from marineland?

Asked by: Dave69
Unfortunately, no, we do not sell direct to consumers. You should be able to order it through www.drsfostersmith.com, www.thatpetplace.com or www.petsolutions.com. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-17

What should I do if the light flashes?

Asked by: BDHN
This may be a voltage issue with your home or neighborhood, water damage if you are not using a glass canopy or a wiring issue. I would first plug the unit into a power strip with surge protection if it is not already plugged into one. Secondly, check it for any signs of water damage in or around the leds. And last, call or email us direct. You have a one year warranty on the unit so if it is still under warranty, and the voltage is not the issue, we can assist you. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-09-10

LED lights on a timer

I bought the adjustable LED light strip for my 30 gallon tank and I love the light. I have it on a timer to go off at night and on in the morning with the bright light. Recently the bright light won't come on in the morning it's a dimmer version. If I switch the switch back and forth it sometimes comes on bright sometimes not. What is the issue with it?
Asked by: Missylu
I'm not sure I understand what you mean by bright light. These lights are not generally placed on a timer because you can only use the light one way in that case, with all of the blues only on, or the blues and white on. Whites cannot be on by themselves, and with a timer, you cannot switch between blue/white and blue only. If you are referring to the white leds, try gently cleaning the covers over the lenses with a soft cloth and hot water/distilled vinegar. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-11-24

I need to know what voltage this light is. Is it 12v? Lost power plug.

Asked by: Rodsmith
That would depend on the length of the light. 12VDC 1000mA 18-24 inch 15VDC 1000mA 24-36 inch 15VDC 1600mA 36-48 inch 12VDC 3000mA 36W 48-60 inch BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-06

lighting question

A while back I bought from you an l.e.d. strip light that included the blue night lights. Then I bought a "full spectrum" light because I wanted live plants. I was told "full spectrum" was the way to go. But I never had any real luck with the full spectrum light in my 26 gallon bow tank. But I decided to put a couple of live plants in my 10 gallon tank with your l.e.d. light, and they did really well. I now have a standard 20 gallon tank and tried to have live plants in it with the full spectrum light, and within two weeks they looked horrible. So my question is, did I get bad advice with the full spectrum light? Would I be better off with the regular l.e.d. light? I would like a little feedback because I'm tired of buying plants just for them to take a dump a couple of weeks after getting them. I've used both Seachem liquid and tablet fertilizer also, but no C02. Thanks, Bob
Asked by: Bob51
Hi Bob, Full spectrum can mean a number of things, depending on how the term is used. What you want to know when you are shopping for a plant light is the kelvin rating of the light. You need 6500 kelvin in order to grow all plants. Low light plants will do fairly well at 6000 kelvin. This would include anubias, java fern, java moss, and cryptocorynes. Our led lights all tend to be close to 6000 kelvin or higher. If you really want to succeed with all types of plants, I would recommend the Aquatic Plant LED or Hidden LED. For low to moderate light plants, the Advanced LED Strip Light is great. By the way, plants will do poorly for the first month when you bring them home. Do not toss them out. They are raised by growers with only their roots submerged, so the leaves they currently possess when you bring them home are going to die off when submerged. The roots are still good. You've probably been throwing plants away unnecessarily. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-10-23

Light source for low to moderate light freshwater plants

I just purchased a 29 gallon starter kit and am planning on having live freshwater plants and community fish. I have learned that the LED lights that came with the aquarium are for ornament purposes only and will not sustain plants. Reading some of the answers provided, it has been stated that the Advanced LED can sustain low to moderate freshwater plants and the Aquatic Plant LED can sustain all freshwater plant life. I just wanted to verify if this is correct. I bought the Single Bright LED Lighting System tonight after the salesman at the pet store told me that it would sustain low to moderate plants. It didn't mention any plant lighting on the packaging so when I got home I decided to check the Marineland website. I'm just starting out and need to know which lighting system I would need for a 29 gallon (31" width) tank for freshwater plants (low to moderate). Thank you in advance for your response.
Asked by: BobbyK
You are correct. The Advanced will support low to moderate light plants, except in really tall tanks, and for all plant life, you would need the Aquatic Plant LED. The Single Bright would not be bright enough. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-09-25

UV Bulb setup

Does this emit UV waves? If not, do you have anything that emits UV and would fit my marineland 55 gallon setup? It is for turtles.
Asked by: RJ1129
No, it does not. We currently do not have a uv light for reptiles. However, our Tetra brand will soon be shipping reptile lights that have the capablility of both red lights for night time viewing, and adding any fluorescent style bulb you like to it. It will be similar in size and style to this one, have red led lights in it, and a slot for a bulb. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-09-23
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