Angel Plasma fixture by EuroQuatics in solid state and air cooled versions

The Angel Plasma fixtures from EuroQuatics offers the aquarium hobby some of the most refined aquarium lights using this cutting edge HID lighting technology. Since EuroQuatics is a Gavita company the Angel Plasma fixtures borrow heavily from Gavita fixtures we’ve…

Metal halide, T5, LED, plasma…FIPEL? The new light on the block

A few years ago, we were¬†excitedly¬†talking about plasma lighting and discussing the impact the lawsuit against PFO would have on the hobby. Fast-forward a few years and we have LEDs making a huge impact on the hobby and plasma struggling…

Plasmalyte partners with ReefBrite for blue-LED supplements for Plasma lighting

PlasmaLyte is a line of plasma lighting from Stray Light Optical, the company which first introduced plasma lighting to reefers with their SeaShine fixture. It’s been a little while since we’ve heard news of Plasma in the aquarium but the…

New commercial and residential versions of Solar Genesis I plasma lights

Chameleon Grow Systems has some of the nicest plasma lights around for horticulture and aquarium use and now it’s adding two more models to the mix. Joining the lineup will be the Commercial greenhouse version fo the Solar Genesis I,…

A peak inside the De Jong Marinelife holding facility

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-VfT9Uc2MI&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] De Jong Marinelife is one of the largest marine livestock wholesalers in Europe supplying anything from sharks to public aquaria to frags to Local Fish stores and they recently posted the video tour above of their holding facility. Although…

Aquatop USA has a new offering of Plasma lighting (updated)

The price of Plasma lighting hasn’t come down much but that hasn’t stopped new companies from betting on this promising new technology. Aquatop USA has a new fixture called the Sun on Earth and the $1600 light at least appears…

Luxim STA 75 is a 450 watt plasma light designed to replace about 750 watts of HID

The Lifi STA 75 is the new name of the larger light emitting plasma device from Luxim, formerly named the STA 60. The Lifi STA 75 draws up to 450 watts yet puts out 45,000 lumens or about as much…

Chameleon Grow Systems Solar genesis plasma grow light gets field tested at the Denver Downtown Aquarium

The Solar Genesis plasma grow light from Chameleon Grow Systems is arguably one of the best looking and best performing lights we’ve yet seen using the LIFI component from Luxim. We recently had the chance to meet with the president…

Luxim to unveil new STA 60 plasma light with twice the power in the same footprint

Hold on to your ionized particles folks because Luxim, the company that brought us LIFI and the light emitting plasma that has actually made it into the real world is about to get a power-up. Next week at LightFair in…

Fan-cooled Gavita Plasma light is not solid-state but it is lighter and cheaper

Gavita’s fan cooled Plasma light is not the kind of light you’d want to hand over an open top reef tank, nor is it adequately protected for saltwater exposure but its price is much more in the affordable range. The…