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Old 04/14/2013, 10:43 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Triton S 145W - Shallow Water

Triton S 145W - Shallow Water

From April 20th - the official launch of the new lamp using SMT technology (Square Matrix Technology) - Triton S.

Specifications:
Type: Triton S Master (built-in internal computer) or Triton S Slave
Size: 380x210x60mm
Number of channels: nine independent LED channels(Shallow Water - without white leds, full spectrum panel)
Number of SMT sources: 2 pcs
LED panel power: ca.145W
Wireless: Yes - Bluetooth
Supported software: Win 7/Xp/8, Mac OS X, Android (native apps)
Mounting: hanging kits / spider mountings
Fans Ultra Quiet 120mm fans - core speed controlled by temperature
Coverage of light: aquarium sizes up to 36x24x50 "
UV LEDs: Yes, dual core 400 and 420nm
Built-in Display: LCD blue backlight (switchable backlight)

Preorder Retail price: 739.00 euros for Triton S Master (limited qty)
More informations soon(and comparision side by side).






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Old 04/14/2013, 11:21 AM   #2
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that looks really sweet . i think a few of the nano tank users in the uk have been waiting for this .. even though its still a very powerful light . they can bring the lamp power down to suit there needs ... lots of sexy new products keep up the good work prze .
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Old 04/14/2013, 11:23 AM   #3
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L X W X D So that light is for a tank that is 50'' deep?


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Old 04/14/2013, 11:24 AM   #4
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Can the slave model be controlled by a Profilux?


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Old 04/14/2013, 12:47 PM   #5
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Hello.
@stew
Thanks, there will be also lamp model with single SMT panel(about 75W), long waited Galileo lamp(version for 2013). That model is designed a specially for nano tanks.

@moondoggy4
Yes, it can be controlled - you need two modules LED 4 PWM.
About light penetration - can you tell me overal aquarium size please?
Maybe another lamp will fit your requirements because all regular Pandora Hyperion R2 lamps and Metis Hyperions series will be available with Hyperion S panels.

We got a lot of questions about the legitimacy of LED panels without white LEDs. This solution enables better matching of the spectrum and cutout in the field of radiation visible to the human eye (bright light in the field of 540-560nm) and not used by corals in the process of growth or pigmentation process.
As a result, the received light is "darker" than when using the panels with white LEDs and is highly visible fluorescence coral tissue with continuous coverage range of the spectrum needed for strong pigmentation.


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Old 04/14/2013, 01:37 PM   #6
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Because many people have asked - both versions of the panels will be available at the same time - Hyperion Hyperion R and S (respectively Triton R and S).
Triton S / S Hyperion is not a replacement / successor versions marked with the letter 'R'.


Therefore, all previously available light with panels Hyperion R (Pandora / Metis) will also be available with panels coming from the series 'S' - Shallow Water.


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Old 04/14/2013, 03:40 PM   #7
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if the light punches 50in into waterwhy is it classed as shallow water or S


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Old 04/14/2013, 03:48 PM   #8
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Because light spectrum generated by that panels looks like emerald, crystal water..
It's hard to describe what it looks like... ;-) (take a look for spectrum reading - how strong it is between 460 and 500nm)..
Energy emitted by LED panel is still very big, so if it will be properly used it can lit even deep tanks..



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Old 04/14/2013, 04:38 PM   #9
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A 40 gallon breeder 36'' long 18'' wide and 17'' deep. Looking to go SPS with this tank.


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Old 04/14/2013, 04:48 PM   #10
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Go with Metis Hyperion. For Triton S it could be too long tank(a specially that it will be SPS dominated tank)
You can choose between two technologies - R2(with white leds and without osme special colors) or Hyperion S.
850mm unit will cover your tank perfectly(the same technology like in Triton S).


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Old 04/14/2013, 06:37 PM   #11
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email me [email protected] for details or ordering info

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Old 04/15/2013, 10:48 AM   #12
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Thumbs up

It's a very interesting new solution and concept.

I assume, that the spectrums comparison are based on all the channels (100% intensity) for Triton R and Hyperion R. Right?
Will be very nice to see any tank pictures with comparison of existing panels and the new S Matrix.
I really like the LEDs packing. I think should be better light spread.

Excellent work Pacific Sun and thank you for the hard work


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Old 04/15/2013, 12:53 PM   #13
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This is definitely exciting

Would love to see the comparison shots of the 'S's and 'R's.


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Old 05/18/2013, 07:29 PM   #14
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UPDATE:

We just got the first U.S. shipment of Triton S lamps in....WOW!

build quality...Pacific Sun... exceptional as usual

color....remarkable. if you havent seen your corals under this lamp...you haven't seen color to its full potential

power...amazing spread and "brightness"...these lamps pack a serious punch

control....new SMT Revision software for this model...refined and feature rich

Our first shipment is nearly sold out already. We will be getting shipments frequently so please reserve your lamp today.

Email [email protected] or visit our NEW U.S. website www.pacificsun.imagineanocean.com to order today.

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Old 09/06/2013, 08:56 AM   #15
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I'm thinking of an upgrading tank (a 280 US Gallon).

What would you reccomend in an S model for a 183 cm (72" length) x 76 cm (30" wide) x 76 cm (30" Deep).

If triton S - how many units? would they be mounted above the tank length wise like this:
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3 would be sweet .. nice size tank ...
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Old 09/06/2013, 04:05 PM   #17
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3 tritons is the same price as a hyperion 3 s 145 W - so the economics aren't an issue.

By the way this will be an SPS tank w clams and maybe a few LPS.


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