Radion XR15 G5 PRO/BLUE LED Light Fixture - EcoTech Marine

Regular price $419.99

Why does TANKK recommend the Ecotech Marine Radion?

Quite simply, Ecotech Marine Radions are the LED’s we most often choose to light our own tanks. With the chance to use just about any light we want, there are probably more Radions in use around TANKK than any other LED fixture. Through years of experience, we’ve seen the proven results in our growing, thriving reefs.

From Aquaculture to the home aquarium, there is a high likelihood that the coral you know and love has been grown or “colored-up” under a generation of Radion Pros. 

The Best Keeps Getting Better

Radions are the standard in aquarium lighting for a reason. Each generation has built upon the successful results of the last, incorporating the latest in design and technology to bring us a state-of-the-art light that blends proven results with greater ease of use. Ecotech Marine has spent significant time and effort in developing and testing lighting programs, such as the popular SPS AB+, that deliver maximum results from their fixtures and bring out the best in our corals.

  • Blue Dominant LED Mix
  • Spectrum selection guarantees simple results
  • Proven CoralLab AB+ Spectrum
  • PAR at the Ranges Needed
  • More Even Spread
  • Overall 35% More Light
  • Beautiful Caustics
  • Smooth Color Mixing
  • 10 Channels
  • Wireless Mobius App control—No extra equipment

Next Level Color

Color from the G5 is impressive. These days, it's very popular to run lighting setups with more emphasis on the blue spectrum range that corals respond to. The Gen 5 Blue is full-spectrum, but LED selection favors the Blue channels and high output for use with the Corallab AB+ spectrum. G5 brings speed of growth, intensity of fluorescence, and nuance of color rendition to new heights. Crafted with the best LEDs, the optimized output from next-generation HEI Optics, and more color channels, Gen 5 is in a class of its own.

Beyond Peak PAR

More powerful than ever before, the Radion lineup delivers more coverage per fixture. The Radion’s optical system provides smooth color mixing, wide but even spread, and balanced intensity that fills the aquarium. The new single cluster design and optimized HEI Optics cut hot-spot PAR by 30% while providing 35% more total output. In the aquarium, this translates to more usable light over more area, creating the widest possible ideal par from your coral.

Advanced Heat Management

EcoTech Marine aims to produce the most minimally intrusive reef aquarium equipment available. The G5 continues to showcase Radion’s sleek styling and small footprint, but is now even quieter. A completely redesigned fan and newly evolved heatsink cool the Gen 5 more efficiently, allowing the fan to run at lower speeds. Your ears will notice a difference.

Moonlight

The Generation 5 sets the mood with two dedicated low output moonlight LEDs, each on an independently controllable channel.

Mobius Control

More colors mean more channels, and with Mobius, programming and controlling your G5’s increased power is even easier and faster. Mobius means almost instant setup and programming. Local wireless control and programming can be accomplished with either current OS version iOS or Android smart device. Off-site WiFI control is missing from the G5 at launch but will be enabled in the near future. Once again, the Radion will set new standards for technologically advanced and innovative control.

 Coverage:

  • Maximum Spread: 24" x 24"
  • Recommended Spread: 18" x 18"

Multiple modules can be used and are recommended to cover larger tanks

LED Details

  • 3x Cool White
  • 20x Royal Blue
  • 12x Blue
  • 1x Photo Red
  • 2x Lime
  • 2x UV (405nm)
  • 2x UV (415nm)
  • 3x Violet
  • 5x Cyan
  • 2x Lunar Light

Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 7" L x 7" W x 1.5" H
  • Cable Length: 13 Feet
  • Power Input: 100-240VAC 1.3A 50/60Hz
  • Variable Usage (MAX): 100W

 What's Included?

  • XR15 G5 Blue Radion LED Fixture
  • Power Supply
  • Power Adapter Cable
  • Microfiber Cloth
  • Eyelet Mounts
  • Quick Start Guide

Mounting

Ecotech offers multiple types of mounting solutions for the G5 family of Radion LED lights. From full tank track systems letting you use multiple G5 Radion lights, to single light RMS mounting arms and hanging kits.

Gen 4 Tank Mount with Gen 5 Adapter Bundle - Currently, official Gen 5 Mounting Arm Kits have an extended ETA, however the only change to these kits is the RMS slide mount. We currently have Tank Mounts with the Gen 5 adapter bundled together which will contain all necessary parts to make this a Gen 5 Mount which will work seamlessly with your XR15 G5.

RMS Mounting Arm - New with Gen 5 are RMS single mounts and accessories. The new single mount RMS kits for the XR15 and XR30 will also work with all previous models of Radion. Upgrade kits to update original RMS kits to be G5 compatible are also available. The new X-Bracket assembly raises the light an additional 1/2 inch without increasing the bracket height. Lights may be mounted at 90-degree increments.

RMS Track System - The 3 piece system lets you mount multiple Radion lights in a single track that lets you slide them back and forth to create the best coverage for your tank. The multi-light rail kit is available in lengths up to 8ft and is perfect for larger tanks, letting you use either a hanging kit to suspend the track system or the RMS Arm Kit for a tank mounting option. RMS multi-light kits work with both XR15 and XR30 model lights or a mixture of both. All new G5 X-Brackets fit the existing RMS multilight kit. 

RMS Hanging Kit - If tank mounting is not an option for your multilight rail - or you prefer an even more minimal aesthetic - hang the multi-light rail. New G5 X-Brackets for the XR15 and XR30 are sleek and bring the lights 1/2 inch closer to the rail.

Tuning Your New LED Light

Most LED lights will actually put out more light than your corals will actually need and without a PAR Meter to test the overall output, it is really hard to guess if the light is too dim or intense. We highly suggest using a PAR Meter to test the output of your lights at different points throughout your tank that you can use to tune the lights output or know where to put specific corals.