Right from the start, there’s a lot to love about the Orbit Marine. It’s simple, yet fully controllable. Thin and sleek, yet powerful and bright. It can do things you never thought an aquarium light could do - all programmed from the comfort of your couch.
By combining the industry’s first Dual Daylight and Dual Actinic LED spectrums with our innovative Ramp Timer Pro™ LED controller, Current USA offers a complete 24 hour aquarium lighting solution. Now you can simulate a gradual sunrise, sunset and customized moonlight like never before. Designed specifically for saltwater aquarium environments, the Orbit Marine is the perfect choice for marine aquarists at any level.
Current USA Orbit Marine Led Fixture 24"-36"
24 hour on/off time, ramp up and dim down duration (0-30 minutes)
Minimum and maximum intensity (0-100%), color adjustment
Adjustable moon light color, brightness and duration
On-demand weather effects including cloud cover, storm with lightning and fading moonlight
Each Orbit Marine LED system Includes:
1 Orbit Marine LED fixture with attached adjustable docking mounts
1 Ramp Timer Pro with Wireless LED remote control
1 12V DC UL transformer
Dual Daylight and Dual Actinic spectrums for vibrant color, growth and shimmer
24 hour gradual sunrise, sunset and moonlighting creates a natural rhythmic light cycle
Slow ramp up prevents light shock, gently acclimates fish to bright LEDs
Fully controllable, includes Ramp Timer Pro with wireless IR remote
Thin, sleek aluminum housing
Plug-and-play, easy to program, internal memory
Adjustable docking mounts fit on a wide variety of aquarium sizes
Low voltage, 12VDC and IP65 water resistant, safe for aquariums
Fits Aquariums 24" - 36"
Dimensions 22.8 x 3.5 x 0.44
48 Dual Daylight/48 Dual Actinic LEDs, 96 LEDs Total
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love the easy of setup Review by tee
I love this light. It is just what I was looking for, very easy to setup. I'm so glad I purchased this product. Aquacave did an excellent job of getting the product to me. Thanks (Posted on 8/10/2015)
Review of Current USA Orbit LEDs: (1) 18"-24; (1) 24"-36" & (2) 36'-48" Review by Rick
All of the above Current Orbit LEDs w/timers work well. I have my tank separated into two sections via lexon partition w/ holes for water flow: (1) section is @ 30 gal. that has GSP, frogs pond, small LPS coral, a pygmy angel, cardinals and cleaner pk. The remaining 145 gallons house a couple Galaxy Rose Bubble Tip Anemones hosting (2) clownfish, (1) Lg. Emperator Angel, (2) Lg. Semi-lavartus Butterfly, (1) Medium Blue Tang, Mated Pair (2) of Medium Regal Angels, (1) Flame Pygmy, (1) Medium Asfur Angel, (1) Multicolor Pygmy, (1) Medium Goldfalke Angel & several snails and crabs. Inhabitants are surrounded by @ 135-150 lbs. live rock covered with coraline algae. All coral and fish are very healthy with vivid bright colors. This particular tank is @ 10 years old. The return pump (Jebao 12,000 w/controller) is a true 1,700 (+) gallons per hour with major water flow in tank. I also have a lg. protein skimmer, bio pellet reactor, phosphate reactor and UV sterilizer. I have the LEDs under a hood setting about 2" above water on (maintained) clear glass. My main concern with LEDS over open water with major water flow is that you need to be very careful about salt creep, especially on ends of light fixture. I had a 36'-48" Current Orbit go out on me a few weeks ago that was @ 2" over open water. My experience with LEDs tells me that if you want to place lights over open water, they need to be out-of-reach of salt spray, e.g. depends on water flow but placing LEDs at least 5-6 '' above open water should work. Of course the par parameters for coral will change. If the Current Orbit Pro LEDs were available when I 1st purchased this Current USA Orbit lighting system, I would have bought the Orbit LED PRO series, for sure. I started as a marine hobbyist in 1987. (Posted on 5/19/2015)
Great value LED, good customer service. Review by Sara
I've had this light for 8 months now. I originally used it on a 30 gallon fish only saltwater tank. I only ran it at 60% and felt like it was good output.
A few months after getting it I noticed the screws that hold on the end caps were rusted. Then a bit later the adjustable legs got a little rust.
About a month ago the light shocked me. It was very small, almost like static shock but lasted longer. I bought a voltmeter and found the housing was leaking electricity in one are. It was very odd.
I contacted their customer service and they were very easy to work with. They sent me a return label and as soon as they received my light and looked it over, they sent me a replacement. Altogether I was without a light 2 weeks.
I've been very pleased with my overall experience. The light has lots of great options for fun settings.
The light itself is great for fish and low light corals. If you have a shallow enough tank it is great for mid light corals.
I currently have this light on a 20 tall and have some LPS corals.
I would definitely recommend this light to someone looking for decent beginner coral lighting that wants a timer with sunrise/sunset and other program options. (Posted on 3/15/2015)
Get what you pay for, very nice feature packed item Review by Ken
I use this on my 56G FOWLR tank. it's 30" wide, and this fixture sits nicely on top of it.
It has some interested lighting modes, like storm mode and cloudy weather. I like them a lot just for fun. The unit comes with a timer to handle everything and this is where it loses a star.
The timer has a blue backlight which never turns off. This is annoying and so I had to get a IR repeater so I can hide it by more of my equipment inside my stand for normal non-programming usage. The other reason its 4 out of 5 stars is that it does not seem to keep the time that well. It would've been nice if it had a small button battery in it to keep the time going if the power is lost, or to have better circuitry to keep track of time. My unit has lost a little bit of time (1 minute every 3-4 weeks) so I adjust it every 2 months back to what it should be.
(Posted on 7/20/2014)