2 Light Modes are Available
This led fish tank light provides 2 modes to light up fish:
1. Default mode (24 /7 natural mode)
Gradient Orange light (sunrise) from 6 am to 8 am;
Gradient White light from 8 am to 6 pm;
Gradient Blue light (moonlight) from 6 pm to 10:50 pm;
The LED tank lights are off in other time periods.
Please note that the 6-time points on the controller are used as a reference for the first running time setting. In other words, the overall default time period can be delayed or advanced.
2. DIY mode
Time + Color + Brightness can be set.
Setting time (Timer key): There are 3 choices, it can run for 6 hours, 10 hours, or 12 hours;
Brightness (Up /Down key): 5 kinds of brightness.
Color (On-Off / M key): White, Red, Blue, Green, Purple, Orange, Cyan.
This LED fish tank light is waterproof and easy to clean and wipe, so there is no need to worry even if it falls into the water briefly. With the separable adapter, there is no need to replace the whole light even if it is damaged. The extendable bending bracket can be adjusted in length and can be applied to various freshwater tanks. Thicken aluminum increases heat dissipation efficiency.
High-quality LED aquarium light
The fish light is soft, and the color rendering index is close to natural light, protecting eyes and fish, to refuse the discomfort caused by stroboscopic fish and viewers. Using high-quality 2835 + 5050 model lamp beads, it has a long service life of at least 50,000 hours.
Adjustable timer & brightness
Lighting time can be programmed to 6 H, 10 H, and 12 H. Lighting mode can be adjusted to 9 stages of brightness (10% – 25% – 50% – 75% – 100% – 75% – 50% – 25% – 10%).
Directions for Use
1. Unpack the box and check that the LED fish tank light and other accessories are included.
2. Expand both sides of the metal bracket to match the length of your aquarium.
3. Connect the power supply to the light, then plug it in. Make sure a drip loop is created before the outlet as shown in the warning.
4. Press the M button to turn on the light. Long press the same button to turn off it if needed.
How to Program the Timer Lighting Mode (DIY Mode)?
You can alter light color, intensity, and lighting time in this mode.
Step 1: Press the M button to choose the light color you want. The sequence of light colors is White > Red > Blue > Green > Purple > Yellow > Cyan.
Step 2: Press the M button twice, and the light will become 100% full spectrum tank light.
Step 3: Press the TIMER button to set the lighting time. 4 options are available: 6 hours, 10 hours, 12 hours, and no timer.
Step 4: Press the button to adjust the brightness. 9 stages are available: 10%, 25%,, 50%, 75%, 100%, 75%, 50%, 25%, 10%.
1. Once the timer lighting mode (DIY mode) is set up, the fish tank light slowly ramps up and down in 15 minutes the next day.
2. You need to reprogram the light after powering it off.
24 / 7 Mode (Natural Mode)
In this natural mode, the light slowly wakes up by emitting dim orange light at dawn, bright full spectrum light during the day, and blue light at night.
Once it is set up, the light will automatically turn on and off at the same time every day. The light color and intensity are fixed. The indicator light on the top of the hour points out the current time range.
You can press the 24/7 button once to choose 8:00, and the indicator light is red.
James Blair –
I’ve bought Hygger for many years for different size aquariums (5, 20, 29 ga) and they never disappoint. I love the 24 hr feature that simulates the real world of lighting. Great quality that delivers.
Pier Paolo –
Non riesco a programmare la modalità 24/7.
Qualcuno può aiutarmi?
service (store manager) –
Hi Pier Paolo,
Thanks for your message.
The Hygger customer service has contacted you, please pay attention to checking your email.
Amazing light, sturdy, and looks makes my aquarium really pop. Got 1 for my plant and fish QT tank and it looked so good that I had to order another for my 75. I personally enjoy the 24/7 mode a lot. A nice change from having lights on full or off like most other lights. Replaced a Finex Stingray 2 with this, very pleased.
John Bosman –
I have several lights from Hygger and all of them function very well. I used the 18-24 inch one on a 10 gallon tank and it provides more than ample lighting. On the highest setting it can be almost too bright but I am using it on a bare bottom tank which most likely is reflection off the glass. Simple to control and many different functions. Timer is very useful. Overall a great product.