Euroquatics E5 Aquarium Lamp Is Now Available

28 Jan, 2016

New E5 LED Bulbs from Euroquatics are a replacement for standard T5HO bulbs.

New E5 LED Bulbs from Euroquatics are a replacement for standard T5HO bulbs.

via Euroquatics

Aalsmeer, Netherlands – January 26, 2016 – Euroquatics, a wholly owned subsidiary of horticultural lighting giant Gavita Holland, and Transcend Lighting, the world leader in LED grow light technology, announces that its new E5 aquarium light lamps are now available. The company  says that, “The highly efficient E5 lamps are designed to work in sync with original T5HO fixtures. This eco-friendly aquarium lamp lasts up to five times the life span of an average T5HO lamp while consuming about half of the power.”

“We’re thrilled to release the E5,” said Scott Bogner, director and co-founder of Euroquatics. “These lamps are going to change the way people use their old T5HO fixtures for the better. The sleek E5 surpasses T5 lamps in every aspect including being eco-friendly, longer lasting and energy saving. We are happy to bring this product to the market and look forward to growing with it in the future.”

E5 lamps are available in four standard sizes: 2’, 3’, 4’ and 5’ and currently have four color options to choose from. These include:

  • Warm Daylight
  • Daylight
  • Cool Daylight
  • Blue Pop (450nm)

About Euroquatics
Founded in 2014, Euroquatics specializes in user-friendly, professional-grade LED reef and marine aquarium lighting systems. Backed by European horticultural lighting giant Gavita, the company was started with the goal of designing and building advanced aquarium lights that make it easy to achieve professional-quality results without hours of setup time or complex maintenance and usage tasks. Visit euroquatics.com or follow the company on Facebook.

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