Most Popular Reef Light

There are many 10000K and 20000K bulbs on the market. They are bulbs of lesser quality.

When you want the best quality, ask for Hamilton's products.

• Full spectrum Metal Halide light most closely imitates natural sunlight.

• Best light for corals, enemones, invertebrates and plants.

• Proper UV output promoting coral growth and vitamin production in fish.

• Very high color rendering index.

HAMILTON 5000/5500K and 6500K - First generation aquarium Metal Halide Bulbs. Good choice for freshwater and plant tanks. Gives a warmer white, full spectrum appearance to the tank.

HAMILTON True10000K™ - Second generation aquarium Metal Halide a full spectrum bulb with heavy concentration spikes in the 420 and 460nm range with additional concentration spikes in the 380, 550 appears to the naked eye as crisp ice white the tank. Simulates natural daylight as in t add actinics for a bluer effect.

Q, 55Q and 58Q white and give

580nm wavelength range. This bulb gives an attractive clean shimmer to epths up to 13 feet. Use alone or

HAMILTON 14000K - Best aquariu^Metal Halide bulb on the market! Our most popular Metal Halide choice formeer tanks. A full spectrum high -'quality bulb spikes primarily in the 440-460nm range with additional smaller spikes in the 550, 590 and 690nm range. This bulb appears to the naked eye as crisp ice white, clear actinic blue. The 14000K bulb combines the best characteristics of the 10000K and 20000K bulbs and eliminates the need to add supplemental fluorescent or compact fluorescent actinic blue lighting. The brings out the fluorescent colors in fish and in ^olals producing an extremely attractive, vibrant tank appearance. Best choice with Metal Halide only type systemsPuch as the Reefsun™, and Pendant lighting systems.

HAMILTON 20000K - This bulb peaks in the 460nm range providing a deep blue appearance. Like the 14000K bulb, the 20000K will also bring out the fluorescence in fish and corals, giving the tank more of a black light effect. Good choice for deep marine species.

Life of a Bulb: Lamps have a rated life of several years, however their beneficial aspects declinebHIIIIheeye can detect the changes. The life and iwalth of your marine inhabitants are directly related to good lighting. Do not wait until your bulbs burn out before replacing them. It is important to know when lamps should be replaced. To be assured of optimum high spectral output, many aquarists change their lamps on a set schedule before seeing the visual signs of lamp failure, loss of lumens or change in color spectrum.

580nm wavelength range. This bulb gives an attractive clean shimmer to epths up to 13 feet. Use alone or

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Hamilton Technology recommended replacement bulb schedule:

Metal Halide lamps every 14-18 months. Standard wattage fluorescent tubes every 10-12 months. High wattage VHO fluorescents every 4-6 months. Compact Fluorescent tubes every 14-16 months.

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HAMILTON 14000K™

HAMILTON 14000K™

Cfl 14000k Light Spectrum
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