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Old 15-04-2012, 03:24 PM   #1
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Default BEAMWORKS LED Double Bright! for aquarium

We have new range of Super Bright led from Beamworks.

Beamwork DOUBLE BRIGHT LED
Suitable for marine and freshwater!







RRP Price
1310 (clip) $65
1300 1.5ft $108
1600 2ft $160
2600 3ft $230
3300 4ft $260
4500 5ft $345

FAQ.
What is the warrenty period?
All transformer and led are covered by the 6 month limited warrenty. Please note: Beamworks products that are brought in by other importers are not covered under our warrenty program. Please check out with your LFS if their beamworks are from East Ocean Aquatic. thanks.

Can the led bulb be repaired/replaced after the warrenty period?
Yes, We have an agreement with the manufacturer to provide repair services for led bulb. if the single bulb is spolit, we are able to replace the single bulb. Please note this repair service is for beamworks double power led.
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Old 15-04-2012, 04:41 PM   #2
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Hi, boss. Are you able to post up any pics of the lightsets in use for various tank heights? Very much interested.
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Old 15-04-2012, 04:57 PM   #3
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Hi, boss. Are you able to post up any pics of the lightsets in use for various tank heights? Very much interested.
Dear Jon,

we are in the process to gather picture of Beamworks in operation. hopefully, we can get them posted by next week.

At the moment, some of the friendly LFS has Beamworks on display operation. you can view the lamp in operation at the follow

East Ocean Aquatic (EOA)
Nature Aquarium
C328
Polyart
JZX
KS Aquatic
Petmart
Nanyang (seaview)
Neo Kim Suey (NKS)
That Aquarium
Pacific Reef
K & K Aquarium

Thanks for asking
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Old 15-04-2012, 05:02 PM   #4
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Dear Jon,

we are in the process to gather picture of Beamworks in operation. hopefully, we can get them posted by next week.

At the moment, some of the friendly LFS has Beamworks on display operation. you can view the lamp in operation at the follow

East Ocean Aquatic (EOA)
Nature Aquarium
C328
Polyart
KS Aquatic
Petmart
Nanyang (seaview)
Neo Kim Suey (NKS)
That Aquarium
Pacific Reef
K & K Aquarium

Thanks for asking
Swee, boss! Thanks for the heads-up... Will go take a look.
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Old 19-05-2012, 05:43 PM   #5
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We are replacing our standard Christmas lights with LED and we have a 7 foot artificial tree. I have heard we should be using around 700 lights (100/ft). Is that equation the same for LED's?
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We are replacing our standard Christmas lights with LED and we have a 7 foot artificial tree. I have heard we should be using around 700 lights (100/ft). Is that equation the same for LED's?
No bro, the led that use for your chrsitmas tree is not the same as this. Cannot use the same formula
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Old 09-01-2013, 04:29 PM   #7
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Just got myself a beamswork 400. But LFS say there is another version more powerful. But cannot convince me. Was saying beamswork has 2 types. Is it so?
Odessey is also by beamswork?
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Old 09-01-2013, 04:34 PM   #8
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Beamswork got 3 types. The lowest being the one you bought, then the 1W per bulb type, and the 3W per bulb.
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Old 09-01-2013, 05:06 PM   #9
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this is a single 5' beamswork 1w/bulb set on my tank. Tank dimensions are 6'8"x3'x2'. You can gauge the brightness from there... Do note the yellowish tinge is due to the addition of blackwater.




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Old 09-01-2013, 05:53 PM   #10
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But how can you tell from box which type? From the sticker...1w and 3w?
My Led does look like those shown here.
Also there is only black case?
Thanks for the pics...seems bright enough for me.
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