Low-profile, compact design ideal for small spaces
High-output colour changing diodes provide a wide array of colour options
Optical lens provides powerful light output
Includes true, warm white setting
Limited 5-year full replacement warranty
Transformer required - Sold separately
The Aquascape 2-Watt LED Colour-Changing Waterfall and Up Light provides impressive lighting options for waterfalls, ponds, and landscapes, adding beauty and elegance by bringing it to life at night. The fixture features high-output colour changing diodes and powerful warm white diodes, allowing you to wirelessly select from a wide array of colour options including a 3000 Kelvin, true white option. An optical lens positioned over the diodes provides extremely powerful light output. The Aquascape Colour-Changing Lighting Control Hub (#84061, not included) and a low-voltage transformer (not included) is required to power and control the lights. The waterfall and up light can be installed fully submersed in water or installed in traditional landscape settings, accenting or up lighting trees, rocks, gardens, and more. The low-profile, compact design makes this fixture ideal for tucking into small places, including waterfalls and behind cascading water. The fixture's durable, fully-sealed, die-cast metal housing with protective finish is built to hold up in all weather conditions, providing year after year of enjoyment. The low-voltage, 2-Watt LED light is extremely energy-efficient and includes a removable, injection-moulded base and professional, weatherproof quick-connect fittings for quick and easy installation. The Colour-Changing Waterfall and Up Light integrates easily with existing low-voltage lighting systems. Use Aquascape Colour-Changing splitters and extension cables to make installation quick and easy. Aquascape Colour-Changing Lights carry a limited 5-year full replacement warranty.
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