Eclipse Aquarium and Hood Replacement Lights

We have a range of aquarium lighting, including our fluorescent aquarium hood light replacements.
Product No. PA0140

$8.12 - $17.89

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Choose from the selection of factory-recommended fluorescent replacement lamps to fit your Eclipse® aquarium or hood.
Eclipse Aquarium and Hood Replacement Lights is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love my Marineland Pro350 I wish it was easier to break the suction to remove lid to change/clean filter. I am 69 years old and feel like this requires more strength than I have. I use 2 or 3 large flat screwdrivers and it is still a lot of work.
Date published: 2013-09-12
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The light system burned out on my Eclipse1 system.  is there any way that I can get it replaced? Thanks. 

Asked by: Jhamaker
The Eclipse 1 has been discontinued for several years, and would no longer be under warranty. We also no longer have the light assembly since this has been discontinued for so long. You have a couple of options. One is to cut the light cord, and install something like the Hidden LED light which attaches to the frame of the tank, has blue and white lights, and is submersible. it is very bright and is even good with live plants. Your second option is to replace everything with a glass canopy, new light strip, and new filter. The first option allows you to keep your filter.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-24

Where can I find an f10

Asked by: TLCAREY
F10 is just the designation for the diameter of a bulb. It is not a common size, and is usually only found in commercial lights. The fixture can take the F8, which is extremely common, but the wattage must not be more than the unit's initial bulb. F10 bulbs can usually be found in DIY hardware stores and lighting stores.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-03-18

I have bought a balast to replace old 1 and have forgot how to connect the wires. How do I know which is positive or negative?

Asked by: Hilde
We are not able to give out such advice for legal and safety reasons.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-03-09

Regent galaxy aquarium

The light switch in my regent galaxy aquarium has broken. Can I get just the switch? Or do I have to buy the whole lamp base assembly? I also should purchase another replacement lamp as I see that the prongs on the bulb are black like it's been shorting out. Please let me know.Thanks!Geo
Asked by: Geo1
This particular tank has been discontinued since around 2002. The lamp would be available but the lamp base assembly would not be. You can buy the bulb here:
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-11-10

Eclipse Bulb needs to be replaced

Hi there,My aquarium bulb finally went out so I am online searching for a replacement. I need a 10W bulb for an Eclipse bow front tank. The only bulb I am finding is the same one that died, a daylight fluorescent bulb. I hate this daylight bulb as it has caused a massive amount of algae to grow. I only use the light from 11pm - 7am, yet it's strong enough to completely coat the sides and decorations within 2 weeks. I'm tired of scrubbing algae. Is there another type of bulb that will fit my tank that is NOT a daylight? If so, where can I find this? Thanks!
Asked by: ElaineL
Any 10 watt bulb of the same length/style will work, check at DIY hardware stores. In regard to the algae, light does not cause algae, nutrients do. If you are getting that much algae, you are either overstocked or not maintaining the tank often enough, feeding too much, something along these lines. For these tanks, vacuum the gravel and replace 25% of the water once a week to keep the tank balanced. I don't know if you have a 6 gallon or 12 gallon, but in either case, I would recommend a once a week water change. Also, the light being on at night prevents the fish from having a day/night cycle. It is better to have it on during the daytime for about 8 hours. Can be 2 - 10 pm if you want to view them in the evening, but they need complete darkness at night, like any other animal.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-09-20

Model 20HFHH hood with light

I have a broken light can this be replace or do I have to change the hood
Asked by: Choko17
The bulb itself is a standard bulb and can be replaced. The strip light is sold separately.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-03-09

African Cichlid Lighting

I have a 48" fluorescent hood and would like to know the best bulb for my tank. I want to highllight the cichlids colors and not stress them with heat. Your recommendations are appreciated.
Asked by: Rfreddy321
A standard natural day light would probably work best. Look for a bulb with Kelvin of 5500-6000.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-11-19

Eclipse aquariums and LED light systems

Hi. I've seen it recommended that in the Eclipse systems, when upgrading to an LED system, the cord in the Eclipse hood be cut and a Hidden LED system be installed on the frame. My question is, where would the Hidden LED bar be mounted in an Eclipse setup? There's not really an open area, as the Eclipse hood completely encompasses the top of the aquarium. If I have to remove the hood, then I'll need to buy an aftermarket pump and filter, which defeats the purpose of buying the Eclipse to begin with. Is it possible to remove the existing lighting ballast and mount/splice in the Hidden LED system where the fluorescent light used to be? I can't imagine there'd be too much to it. The ballast obviously isn't welded on there, so wouldn't that be a simpler solution? Or even better, maybe make an aftermarket upgraded hood, with the day/night LED system as opposed to the fluorescent bulb that's currently installed in the hood.
Asked by: drumguy
No, you do not remove the ballast and attach it to the cover. You attach the HIdden LED to the frame of the TANK, underneath the inner overhang. It will not interfere with the Eclipse in any way, as long as you attach it in the front.We've considered upgrading the Eclipses, but at this time, have no interest in doing so.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-11-05
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Fits Products:  Lamp Length  Watts  Base Type  Dimensions  Weight  Product Item 
Eclipse System 3 (PFES03)  9 " 6 T5  1 x 1.5 x 10  0.081 PA0410 
Eclipse System 6 (PFES06)  12 " 8 T5  1 x 1.5 x 13  0.094 PA0415 
Eclipse System Hex 5 (PFES05HX), Corner 5 (PFES05CNCF) and Hex 7 (PFES07HX)  8 " 10 Medium  1.5 x 1.75x x7  0.16 PA0419 
Eclipse System 12 (PFES12)  8 " 13 2-Pin  .75 x 1.5 x 8  0.112 PA0420 
Eclipse System 12 (PFES12MK) - for saltwater  8 " 13 2-Pin  .75 x 1.5 x 8  0.116 PA11429 
Eclipse Filtration and Lighting System 1 and 2 (PFE1 and PFE2), Eclipse Glass Aquarium System 12 and 25 (PFEC12 and PFEC25)  18 " 15 T8  1 x 1 x 19.25  0.2 PA0435 
Eclipse Filtration and Lighting System 3 (PFE3) and Eclipse Glass Aquarium System 29 and 37 (PFEC29 and PFEC37)  24 " 18 T8  1 x1 x 25.5  0.282 PA0440