Interzoo 2018: Kessil’s booth with fresh water and marine ceiling lights
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It came back with a booth in the 4th pavilion with three set aquariums, a marine, a fresh water one and a nanoreef. In this way we could admire 3 different products by Kessil. And, most of all, the effect that each ceiling light has on the aquarium. Kessil, right from its beginning, aim to a kind of lighting made by Cannon LED,. The result is impressive, as you can see from the pictures. Unluckily the reflection doesn’t stand out, and it’s a pity.
Kessil AP 700
The Kessil AP 700 it’s the most important ceiling light of the entire Kessil production. The ceiling light can be controlled by wi-fi, with the possibility to set every coloration, acclimatization, dimmering effects, lunar light, atmospheric effects and even more. The AP 700 uses hybrid optics that simulate the HQi-T5 effect, so set the AP700 guarantees the a combined effect as if there were HQi and T5 lamps upon the aquarium.
An AP 700 alone covers 91×61 cm for an aquarium with only SPS, while it can reach 122×61 for a traditional “mixed” aquarium. The spectrum is obviously complete, and with all the LED in the same cluster the ceiling light is perfectly able to organize them so that you don’t notice unaesthetic different lines of coloration. The power of the ceiling light is of 185 watt and it’s 51 cm large.
Kessil A160 for fresh water
The Kessil A160 ceiling lights are for both fresh water and marine aquariums. In this case we’re referring to the one dedicated to the fresh water, with a double-peak spectrum for a better stimulation of growing plants.
The Kessil A160 has 40 watt of power, and can cover up to a diameter of 60 cm.
Kessil H160 UV LED
The Kessil H160 (used in this case for lighting a sump) is a ceiling light with complete spectrum with UV ed infrared. It has been particularly studied for the photosynthesis.
The specs are always 60 cm of covering with 40 watt of power like the sister A160.
Kessil A360 – the perfect circular light
Interesting the new Kessil A360. It goes over the pure power doubling compared to the A series, bringing the increase until 90 watt against 40. It’s available in two versions, W and N, that respectively have a covering of 60 and 45 cm, increasing the power per cm compared to the smaller A series. Even the A360 exists in both marine and fresh water version.
Kessil A80 for minireef
The power reaches just 15 watt but keeping 60 cm of cover, obviously with less water among corals and ceiling light in order to maintain a decent power. The visual result is the following one:
For further informations about Kessil and all their ceiling lights we send you to their website and we e invite you also to read our Editorial about the fair to know our point of view on this 36th edition of the Interzoo 2018 and to consult the links of the articles dedicated to the booths we’ve visited until today. We don’t know any italian importer, and it’s a real pity.