The A360x is the latest offering from Kessil replacing the A360we. This new design offers a more sleek design, efficient cooling and brighter output. Let’s take a quick look at the Kessil A360x.
Here is a quick picture of the Kessil A360x mounted on my holding tank.
The Kessil A360x utilizes the same mounting hardware for the Ap700 or the A360we. If you already own a A360we, this new light will mount right up to your current Kessil tank mount. This latest Dense matrix offers 42 LEDs total. Here’s the break down of what can be seen.
10 Violet LEDs
3 Red LEDs
4 Green LEDs
12 White/Warm LEDs
The Blue Channel consist of 3 different spectrum LEDs
9 Royal Blue LEDs
9 Aqua Blue LEDs
3 Blue LEDs
I’m not sure of the spectrum of the colors but you can clearly see the different in the LED’s when they are lit. For my observation, I had to use a DSRL ND filter (like the one here https://amzn.to/2AqLEll) to cover the Dense Matrix so that I could see the individual LEDs and capture it with my camera.
Here’s a picture of all the LEDs lit up.
Advanced Color Control
A360x has more color control, opening unlimited color combinations for aesthetics while maintaining the performance of the core spectrum
The newly designed optics along with the latest generation Dense Matrix LED array provide a broader delivery of light and eliminate shading.
130* Light Coverage
Compatible with the new Spectral Controller or the coming Kessil WiFi Dongle. Connect multiple lights for seamless control from a single source.
Manual Mode: Instantly tune color and intensity for on demand light customization.
Get your Kessil A360x here.
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Kessil A360x Specification
Dimensions: 4.3″ x 2.1″ / 11cm x 5.3cm
Unit Weight: .8lb / .37kg
Spectrum: Deep Ocean Blue to Sky Blue + RGB
Power Adapter: 100-240v 19v DC Output
Power Consumption: 90w Max