Zetlight E200S Algea Cylinder Lamp


Zetlight's E200S LED Panel LED Light peaks in the red and blue spectrums and is designed to quickly grow macroalgae in saltwater enviroments.

Recommended Spread - 24" x 24"

  • Wireless Control Capability
  • Compatible with Horizon App
  • Wide Coverage
  • Installs in Minutes
  • Custom Scheduling
  • IP64 Waterproof Rating

Growing algae in a refugium setting can help manage and combat reef tank nutrient issues, like phosphates and nitrates. One of the biggest keys to a successful refugium is having the proper light. Zetlight's E200S LED Panel Light is designed for refugiums, with light spectrums peaking in the 450-480nm to 580-650nm range with over 55W of power almost any refugium will benefit from upgrading to this light. There are a couple of better lights for growing macroalgae on the market, most notably the Kessil H380, but when comparing pricing the Zetlight E200 is a great option.

With the Horizon App, or with your home's router you can control the E200 LED light through your smartphone. Controlling the light allows you to set multiple points throughout the day with ramping and spectrum changes. The Horizon App lets you access their cloud technology that can communicate to the light from anywhere there is an internet connection. Horizon does require that your light is connected to the internet through a WiFi connection for the app to access it.

Free Horizon App Available for iOS & Android

iTunes Store

Google Play Store

LED Specifications

49x White 3800K - 4200K

49x Blue 455 - 460nm

98x Cerise 620-625nm

98x Crimson 660-670nm

Light Specifications:

Dimensions - 14.5" L x 10.2" W x 0.73" H

Total Lumens - 1610LM

Volatage - 120VAC

Total Power Consumption - 24W

BRS Recommended Coverage - 24" x 24"

Manufacturer Recommended Coverage - 47" x 33"

What's Included?

1x Zetlight E200S LED Light Panel

1x Mounting Base Bracket

1x Zetlight Gooseneck


Collections: Marine, Tropical

Category: Led Fixtures, Marine, Tropical

Type: Unknown Type

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