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

How wide is the 18" version?

Asked by: guppy2
All of the strip lights are 6" wide. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-01-26


Asked by: LARRYE
We do not make a 72" light. I would recommend two of the 36" Advanced LED lights unless you have a marine tank. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-01-06

In order to avoid damages due to the condensation, may I introduce the lamp into a plastic bag?

My aquarium has a cover, then I have to install insaid it, I did read the instruction manual and it says You need a barrier between the water and the lamp also in an open aquarium. My aquarium has a cover in all the area, it means you can not see the water from the top then the the lamp would be install between the water and the cover where the condensation is to high, the my question is if I can instal the lamp inside a plastic bag to avoid it will be damaged by the condensation. But I don't know if the heat of the lamp itself could damage it.
Asked by: Ivan39
I assume you mean your tank has a wooden canopy. The light must be over a glass canopy which lies flat over top of the tank. No, you cannot place it in plastic. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-29

How can I get a new power cord for this light?

Model # ML90613-900 Marineland LED Strip Light
Asked by: Kazelfraizel
As this is a fairly new item, you would need to call us or email us directly with your information to get one. We do not sell them directly. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-29

Will the ml90615-00 48-60 " light fit a 90 gallon 48" long tank?

Asked by: Franka
Yes, it sure will. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-22

What is the difference between ML90615-00 led light and 33004 led light?

I have seen both on line on different web sights for sale.
Asked by: Franka
The light itself is the same. They are both Single Bright lights. We did not make any change to it, but the ML90615 has a new package so that it looks the same as our updated Reef LED and Advanced LED lights. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-22

low lite plants only?

i just bought the 75 gallon ensemble from petsmart and it comes with the led lighting strip. do you have specifics for output and color range? is it bright enuf for anything other than low lite plants?
Asked by: bogiebj
The 48 inch LED Light Strip is 6326 Kelvin so it is borderline. It would do low light and quite possibly moderate light plants. Especially since this is not a deep tank. However, you would want two on this tank because of the width. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-05

Led light length

Which led light length would fit the best on a 55 gallon aquarium (48x12)
Asked by: George99
The 48" version. If you are looking at older packaging, the 48-60 inch version. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-05

48" LED hood won't turn on - just "blinks" on/off once per second.

I've had a 48" Marineland strip LED light on my 70 gal tank for only a couple years and it has been great but this week it started acting up for no reason. When the timer comes on, the white and Blue LEDs all just blink on and off about once/second and don't stay on. I unplugged it from the timer and plugged directly into wall. Same symptom. I then turned the switch on and off a few times. Same thing. I suspect the transformer is faulty. Please advise.
Asked by: ChipA
This is caused by exposure to water in most cases. Typically, if the transformer is at fault, the unit won't light at all. It can also be due to a voltage issue with your home. For example, at this time of year, more electricity is being used because of heating homes and/or Christmas lighting. You might try a power strip with surge protection, as that protects against voltage issues. However, the unit could be damaged now, and the power strip may not help. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-01

Need LED Light to replace Fluorescent on your recessed hoods

I have 4 of your recessed hoods, a little over two years ago I replaced all of them with your LED Hood, all of the lights on this have gone out twice in 2 years...What I want is an LED that will fit over the recessed fluorescent hoods, since these are sealed and water tight and the LED hoods are not, which causes the lights to corrode and go out in about a year...
Asked by: LogiBeart
Depending on the length of the hoods, we should have a LED Strip Light that fits. Just pull the legs out and lay it flat on the glass partition. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-12-01

Stopped working

I have always used this light on a timer during the day. Today my mother shut off the light using the switch, and now it will not turn back on. I purchased this about a year ago, but don't think I have the receipt. Do you have problems with the switches, or any other ideas on what could have happened?
Asked by: Tman
No, we have not had any problems with this light, actually. It is most unusual for it to not turn back on at all, just because she turned the switch to off. So if you remove the timer, and plug it into the power strip directly, nothing turns on when you turn on the switch? Do you see a little green light on the transformer box? If not, you have an issue with the transformer. If you do see the little green light, then the issue has to do with the light somehow. Just email or call us directly with the lot code and we will see what we can do. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-11-18

How do I mount this on aquariums over 60 inches?

On a 65 inch aquarium, would I just place the light on top of the glass cover? If so, wouldn't light leak form the sides from standing higher? I don't want the light in my eye.
Asked by: computerguru
Yes, you can lay the light on the glass canopy. I have never experienced an issue with light leaking from the sides when the light stands on its legs. The light is directed downward with a special lens. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-11-10

How does this compare to your older single an double bright LED strips?

Asked by: Rob123
This one actually replaces the old Single Bright. Both have the same number of led bulbs but are brighter and more efficient led bulbs. They are also even more water tight now (canopies are still needed underneath them though), and it is now 7800 Kelvin, instead of 5900 with a bluer light as well. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-10-29

Is the LED a full spectrum light source? Can it be used for Corrals?

I have a 65 Gallon salt water tank that I converted over from Freshwater and I wanted to use my LED light. I wanted to know if the light was able to be used for Corrals.
Asked by: Barz
Not this one, no. You would need the Reef Led Strip Light. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-10-28

good for live plants?

Asked by: strange
This light is a daylight only, at 5000 Kelvin. Some very easy, lowlight plants might do okay, but would not thrive, and it is not suitable for most other plants. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-11-02

LED light

my LED light started to flicker on and off like a strobe light. does this mean that it is fried?
Asked by: stinkymonkey
This usually means water has gotten up into it, maybe by condensation over an open tank, or some splashing during water changes, etc. And yes, it means that the unit needs replacing. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-10-09


How many watts do the different length sizes for the Single Bright light take? I am not talking about the individual LEDs. I am talking about the fixture as a whole.
Asked by: Blackdrako3000
6, 9, 11, and 15 watts, respectively. This is simply a measurement of the amount of energy used, and should not be considered a measurement of the amount of light produced. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-08-29

How to program the timer so the blue one comes on at night and off during day?

I can get the light to turn on and off at set times but not the blue at night.
Asked by: Kabutler515
The link you provided indicates you have a Single Bright. This one does not come with a timer, so you would need to use a household timer. Unfortunately, that would only allow you to set either the white/blue lights OR the blue lights only, not both. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-08-26

Are these lights timer ready?

Asked by: Lablady
They do not have a timer, but you can plug them into a household time, only if you want to operate the blue/white together or just the blue. You cannot use a timer to switch between the two. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-08-26

Why do more LED's make less light?

The single bright 48"-60" has 144 (135w/9b) 1w LEDs yet only produces 800 Lumen. The double bright has 36 (24w/12b) 1w LEDs yet produces 1800 Lumens The Reef Capable has 54 (46w/ 8b) 1w LEDs and produces 3340 Lumens Then the Aquatic Life has 54w 1w and 8 RGB 3w LEDs (78w total) and pumps out 4480 lumens What am I not understanding? The Single Bright should be the brightest of all.
Asked by: Mastiff54
LEDS are not all the same. The size of the actual led bulb, the quality of it, all differ. 1 watt does not equate to the same number of lumens. Watts is simply a term for the amount of energy that the actual bulb uses, and that's all. Think of the various 60 watt incandescent home bulbs for example. They can all be 60 watts but some will have a yellow glow, some a brighter white glow, etc. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-08-13

Aquatic Plants

Is this light capable of growing aquatic plants that have low light needs?
Asked by: VicWeis
That is hard to say as different low light plants need different amounts of light and depending on the depth of your tank, potential shadowing from other decor in your tank, and other factors, this light may or may not work. I would be more confident in suggesting the next light up in our product line, the Double Bright (also referred to as our Advanced LED strip light) LED light which will definitely be powerful enough to sustain your lower light aquatic plant needs. Marineland2
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-08-07

power adapter

My LED lights (Marineland 01F34) started blinking a couple of days ago. This was a purchase I made about 3 or 4 months ago, so it should still be under warranty. I used a universal power adapter and the lights work fine - no blinking. Is the power adapter covered under the MFG warranty? I see the part on this website for $30, I would hate to have to pay this much for the power adapter considering I paid about $40 for the whole thing, lights and adapter. I did not plan on using my universal adapter only for my hood lights. Thank you.
Asked by: Kipper
Yes, this would be covered under warranty. You would need to email a copy of your receipt, with your name, address, and phone number to us. We also need the size of the light. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-07-28

Leg Removal?

How do you remove the legs so the light sets directly on the glass?
Asked by: KarenLeah
Just pull them straight out. You have to pull pretty hard. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-07-28


go you offer a registered warranty on your LED lights, JIC there is an issue short term Please advise Robert Jerguson
Asked by: shelldweller1
All of our LED lights have a one year warranty on manufacturing defects. This does not include water damage, due to a lack of a glass canopy. If you have an issue, you need to call or email us directly. We will require a minimum of the lot code, and possbily the receipt or the light shipped back. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-07-16

Single Bright LED Lighting Systems Led specs (Wave Lenght)

I would like to know what are the wave lenght specifications of the single bright LED Lighting System.
Asked by: Elmer
A chart at the bottom of the page gives the lumens, etc, but it is 6000 Kelvin. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-06-23

55 gal

I have a 55 gallon tank. Is it preferred to go with the 36-48 or 48-60? Thanks.
Asked by: Tampa
We would recommend the 48-60 inch light. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-06-23
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