Evergrow IT5012 Pro

Evergrow IT5012 Pro Evergrow IT5012 Pro Fish Tanks

The Evergrow AquaOcean IT5012 PRO is the ideal fit for a 150cm fish tank, it has an adjustable bracket with feet. Whilst ideal for a 150cm tank, the IT5080 will fit a tank as small as 124cm up to a maximum of 159.4cm using the bracket. Or for a more minimalist look a wire suspension kit is also included.

Technical Information Evergrow AquaOcean IT5012 PRO

Programmable 352 watt Full Spectrum LED aquarium lights

New remote with gradual light increase and decrease

New lightening setting


6 Channel

LCD Display on the remote control

Mixing 3w and 5w LEDs

Remote Control within 5 meters

120 degree lenses

Wide Voltage design (AC85-264V )

Special LED configurations for different coral growth

Operating frequency 50Hz/60Hz

Cree, Osram and Semi LEDs

Can be used with any indoor growing method – hydroponics, aeroponics, soil

4 quiet fans underneath run against heat

No need for additional cooling equipment, ballasts or reflectors

Integrated hanging kit – very easy to hang

Brackets included to sit on tank

Safe to operate – no risk of fire, burns or exploding bulbs

Produce less heat,less than 10ºC-12ºC tempareture rise

80%more energy efficicient Metal Halide or HPS lamps-Drastically reduce your electric bill

50,000+ hour life cycle

One year warranty

Weight 5.8Kg

Dimensions 120cm x 21.5cm x 2.5cm

Color Ratio

Hyper Red: 4 Osram (3W)

Green: 4 Cree XPE (3W)

Deep Blue: 24 Cree XTE (5W)

Cool White: 20 Cree XTE (5W)

Blue: 16 Cree XPE (3W)

Indigo: 20 SemiLEDS (3W)

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@lankyshanks: €160 OFFER ACCEPTED
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@lankyshanks: I am not sure tbh. Sticker says 2019 on it. But I think this is the production date. If I well remember I got it for Christmas before covid.
It hasn't been used much as the tank was empty for over 2 years
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How old is the light?
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@doyle123456 no sorry.
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Hi are you ever up near Dublin ?