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Wet/Dry RGB+White (RGBW) Underwater/Submersible Fountain Nozzle Ring Light (36W) - 24VDC

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RoHS Compliant 1 Year Warranty RGB Dimmable

aspectLED's underwater LED lights are bright, energy efficient, and attractively styled, making them perfect for virtually any underwater application. Ideal for installation in ponds, aquariums, waterfalls, water features, fountains, docks, and in marine environments. Unlike other underwater fixtures, aspectLED's Wet/Dry location fixtures are not reliant on being constantly submerged for heat dissipation. This fixture can be run completely submerged, completely dry, or any combination of the two, making them ideal for applications like splash pads, zero depth pools, and shallow or surface mounted fountains, and more.  This 36W RGBW underwater fountain light features 9 of our 4W RGBW LEDs and is 10" nominal diameter x 3" deep, with a 50mm (1.97") threaded cutout hole in the center (designed for inserting a fountain nozzle through the center hole). This RGBW fixture can be easily controlled via a DMX decoder/driver.

  • Up to 2200 Lumens
  • 36 Watts
  • IP68
Light Fixture Dimensions 10" Diameter
3" (36mm) Deep
Maximum Submersible Depth 6.5' (2 Meters)
Input Voltage 24VDC
Also available in 12VDC and 12VAC
Dimmable Yes, via RGBW Control
Power Consumption 36 Watts
Luminous Flux 2200 Lumens
Maximum Fountain Spray Height 65 feet
LED Quantity 9 - High Power 4 Watt LEDs
Beam Angle 30 Degrees
Housing Material High grade corrosion resistant brass
Trim Material Brass
Clear Glass Lens
Operating Temperature 32 to 113 Degrees Fahrenheit (0 to 45 Degrees Celsius)
Weight with Wire 25ft: 29.6 lbs
50ft: 32.15 lbs
100ft: 37.25 lbs
IP Rating IP68 Submersible
Lens Optical, >85% efficient
Glass Step-tempered 8mm thickness glass
Waterproof Seal Double silicone seal
Suitable Uses Wet or dry locations
Average Lifespan 50,000 hours
Warranty 1 Year
Compatible Power Supplies Non-Dimmable Power Supplies
Never use with MLV power supplies!
Standards / Certifications RoHS, CE
  • Maintenance free
  • Solid-state construction makes for high shock and vibration resistance
  • SMD LEDs are super bright, high intensity and low power consumption
  • Extremely long life: up to 50,000 hours
  • Standard included lead length is 25 feet. Longer wire lead lengths are available for an additional charge
  • Product can be used underwater or out of water. Does not require water for heat dissipation.
  • Waterfalls
  • Ponds
  • Fountains
  • Waterparks
  • Zero depth pools
  • Disappearing fountains
  • Pondless fountains

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What light color should I choose?

Warm White is equivalent to a standard incandescent light color and is most popular for residential applications. It has a slight warm yellow glow to it that many people find comfortable and we are all used to seeing in our homes. It is a 2700-3000K on the Kelvin Light Color Scale.

Cool White is equivalent to a standard CFL or Fluorescent light color and is most popular for commercial applications, although it is also used fairly often in residential. It puts out a pure white without any yellow undertone. It is a 4000-4500K on the Kelvin Light Color Scale.

Neutral White is a very pure white, most popular for commercial applications, although it is also used fairly often in residential. It puts out a pure white without without any blue undertone. It is a 5000-5500K on the Kelvin Light Color Scale.

DayWhite™ most closely replicates natural daylight and does have a slight blue hue to the light output. This is rarely seen in residential applications as the light output can seem a bit harsh and bright, and is most commonly seen in exterior or commercial applications. This is the brightest of the White light color options. It is a 6000-6500K on the Kelvin Light Color Scale.

How do I know what power supply to purchase?

The method to calculate your required power source for a low voltage light installation would be to take the watts per light (in the specs section of the product you are interested in), multiply by the number of fixtures you plan to install, and then add 20% to that total. The resulting number is the minimum number of watts your power supply needs to be, so round up to the next available size power supply.It never hurts to go with a larger power supply. Your lights will only consume the number of watts actually being used when they are on.

Is this fixture UL listed?

Many of our products are UL listed. To confirm, please review the Certifications listed under the product specifications section of the product you are interested in.