The Unibody Lani LED is a spanking new solid state aquarium light from Triton Reef, which is uncompromising in its build quality, spectrum and light output. If you thought that Triton Reef takes reef aquarium additives seriously with its Reef Elementz line, then the Lani LED is the hardware manifestation of that approach to applied reefing.
The Unibody Lani LED is a thoroughly engineered for thermal management and without a fan the Lani LED is completely silent. Rather than group a few colors of high quality LEDs into a cluster and secondary lenses for good color mixing, the Lani LED simply blankets its full-body PCB with no fewer than 80 LEDs including 16 UV LEDs with an emission peak of 405nm, and the remaining 64 diodes evenly spread across cool white Cree XTE and blue XPE.
The fully sealed glass cover, grommets and connectors makes the Lani LED fully waterproof. The Lani LED controller is also a unibody device and controlled by a matching Apple remote for three channels of color control and a fourth channel to be available in a future model called the Lani LED Pro.
Triton Reef has been running the diodes of the Lani LED at one watt each for maximum luminous efficiency but with the new unibody heatsink and housing, they will experiment with pushing the maximum power to between 1.5 and 1.8 watts each. At €1200 a piece, Triton Reef is not really trying to compete with mass produced LED lights but instead trying to create the brightest, most efficient LED light available while beaming down the most uniform light field.