InWatter LED Aquarium Lighting


CREE LED Emitter
Not all LEDs are created equal. At the heart of the fixture, we chose the most technological advanced products (XPG and XPE) from CREE for efficiency and longevity. XPG is at least 20% more efficient than the previous generation CREE XRE. Each LED is rated for 50,000 hours.

Multiple LED Color Combination

Stingray model uses four different color LEDs to achieve ultimate corals fluorescence. The Amazon model uses two different color LEDs to bring out the vibrant red color.
Anodized Aluminum

Anodized aluminum provides excellent corrosion resistance and heat dissipation. Our fixtures are sandblasted and anodized after all the drilling and machining to give it its nice, smooth finish.
Water Resistance Fan (IP 54)

Heat is the enemy of LED and will reduce its efficiency and life. By using water and dust resistant fans, we are able to achieve a comfortably cool temperature for the LED to shine.
High quality Optics

Our optics can withstand a temperature of 120°C (not that it will ever get that hot) and have excellent scratch resistance. The default optics are 55 degrees but they are removable for customization in the future.

Integrated Timers

Separate timer controls for white, blue and moon light for the Stingray model, which includes simulation for sunrise/sunset.

Serviceable LED panels

Our unique design allows panels to be serviced or upgraded, catering to the need for even the most demanding aquarist. This robust design also enables the rest of the lights to continue to function even if one panel has failed or is missing.


Smart PWM Dimming Solution

Pulse-width modulation (PWM) is a technique that utilizes a fast switching on-off signal to simulate different light intensity. While traditional PWM method is good enough to fool human eyes, we are a little concerned with how our photosynthesis loving livestock enjoy this. Our unique technology uses a microcontroller to deliver stable power to produce different lighting intensities and thus simulating sunlight as close as possible. To our livestock, this can only be a good thing.