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Refugiums are a great, natural, filtration method for any system.  By growing macroalgae such as chaeto, phosphates and nitrates are consumed by the algae, leaving the aquarium water cleaner.  Having the right light for the algae to grow is necessary and Kessil has developed H380 for such purposes.

Switchable Spectrum

One fixture contains two unique full-spectrum blends with UV light. Each spectrum caters specifically to a phase of plant growth so one fixture is all you need for your refugium.


Extreme Purple

The Extreme Purple spectrum is ideal for grow phase. Plants utilize the proprietary blend to develop thick and lushgrowth for fuller, healthier plants.

Extreme Magenta

Extreme Magenta targets the bloom stage, driving plants to increase quality and quantity of yield.

More Power

With more extreme spectrums comes even more power. The Spectral Halo II is nearly 30% more powerful than previous lights. Grow to your full potential with our most powerful light yet.

Intensity and Penetration

Dense Matrix LED™ technology produces a concentrated single point light source with enough power to penetrate past the canopy and deliver light to the entire plant. Every wavelength within the spectrum is mixed perfectly to ensure even growth throughout.


Dimensions 4.5″ x 4″ (Height x Diameter)
Unit Weight 1.14 lbs / 0.52 kg
Spectrum Grow and Bloom
Coverage 24″ surface diameter by 3` penetration (on average)
Power Supply
  • 100-240V AC (input)
  • 19 VDC,4.74A (output)
Power Consumption 90 W MAX

What`s in the Box?

  • 1x H380
  • 1x DC Power Supply
  • 1x DC Extension Cable
  • 2x Gold Metal Hook
  • 2x Hanging Bracket
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Additional information

Weight 10 lbs


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