The Sirius Minireef 38 LED light is a new nano reef aquarium light from Sfiligoi that uses GU10 base LED spotlights. Unlike most reef aquarium LED lights which use small numbers of very high output LEDs, the Sirius LED spots use 38 5mm low output LEDs. The rail of the Minireef 38 allows the light to be slid into preferred placement and the GU10 LED spotlights allows them to be interchangeable as well. The customizable spotlights are available in cool white, warm white, blue, red, green and in powers of 1.3, 2.2 and 3 watts each for a maximum of 12 watts per 12″/30cm section. Although this choice of 5mm LEDs might seem like a technological step back, the numerous diodes allow this light to reach 100 lumens per watt, or 880 lumens from the basic Sirius Minireef 38. The Minireef 38 won’t be breaking any coral growth records but we imagine that with the right choice of power and color, you should be able to grow a decent variety of corals under the small area where the light of the Minireef 38 is sufficient. The Minireef 38 comes with a bracket to mount on the side of the tank and if you should be so inclined or have a larger minireef, you could double up on these lights and fine tune the color of the lamps. No word on how much each lamp will cost or whether you’ll be able to choose your color preferences at the time of purchase. The Sirius Minireef 38 modular LED light from Sfiligoi is now available for pre-order in the US from Aquatcs Elite for $249, many more pictures after the break.