ReefLED 90 universal mounting arm



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For aquariums where a tank mounted bracket is required to hold their light, the ReefLED 90 Universal Mounting Arm is ideal. For quick and simple access to the top of your aquarium for feeding or maintenance, Red Sea's Mounting Arm mounts firmly to the back wall of your aquarium. Aquariums that range in size from 18.25" to 27.5" front to back will have the light positioned correctly by the support. The aquarium can be completely disassembled and reinstalled in a couple of minutes thanks to the assembly's speed.
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ReefLED®individual mounting arms attach firmly onto the rear wall of the tank and can be rotated to the upright position during reefscaping or other tank maintenance. The arms can be adjusted to fit any tank with a width of 57-80cm (22.5"-32") and a glass thickness of 8-19mm (0.31 "-0.75").
1.6 lbs
8.6 × 4.30 × 3.20 in


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