The Quazar LED aquarium light is the first all LED aquarium light fixture from Giesemann, one of Europe’s most critical aquarium light creators. Measuring in at 17.7 inches long, 3.2 inches wide and less than an inch thick (450 x 80 x 24mm), the Quazar appears to take the form factor of an Aquaray LED strip and supercharged it with a body made of significantly less plastic. The Quazar is being billed as a compact and modular lighting unit and although we suppose this light will be able to hang above, or sit on an aquarium, we are failing to see any kind of mounting points on this light. Our information cites five high power LEDs, which will likely resemble the spacing of the five individual LEDs of TMC’s Aquaray light and we can almost be certain that these will be of the Cree XP-G variety. Also, since the Quazar is packing twice more aluminum heatsinking than the comparable 12 watt Aquaray, it stand to reason that the Quazar might be cranking twice the power but we don’t know how far you can drive LED’s with just passive cooling at such a small scale. So far we’ve seen a lot of digital renders from Giesemann’s forthcoming products for 2010 and the Quazar LED light is certainly one which we hope will materialize at InterZoo 2010 next week. Couple more shots after the break.