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Easy to use – reliable technology. The JUWEL Monolux 60 light for aquariums measuring 60x30 cm provides extensive lighting for your aquarium using 1x15 Watt (T8).

Order number 32060

Monolux 60 - 15 Watt

The JUWEL Monolux 60 light has been developed for aquariums measuring 60x30 cm. The JUWEL Monolux 60, with its 15 Watt T8 fluorescent tubes, provides extensive lighting for your aquarium and complies with high international safety standards for aquarium lighting with a rating of "waterproof". As you would expect, the JUWEL Monolux 60 is also TÜV GS certified.

In open position, the cover gives you full access to the aquarium. Its unique frame design ensures that any condensation is conducted back into the aquarium when closed. The integrated flap can be used to feed the fish and is compatible with JUWEL automatic feeders.

  Product code 32060
  Product Lighting Hood Juwel Monolux 60 UK
  Tested for safety
  Light type Day-Lite T8
  Measurements 60 x 30 cm
  Power 15 Watt

Requently asked questions for this product

1. What guarantee comes with my JUWEL Aquarium?

We guarantee all of our products for 2 years from the date of purchase. Filter sponges and fluorescent tubes as well as all components that are subject to normal wear, e.g. the impeller of the pump, are excluded from the guarantee. Any guarantee claim must be substantiated with a valid proof of purchase.

2. Is the lighting dimmable?

Sorry our T5 light units are not dimmable.

3. Why should I use reflectors?

There are two reasons to use our reflectors: The first is the fact that they increase the light by 100% which is particularly positive, in the case of planted aquariums. The second reason is one of comfort, by shielding the light you can work in your aquarium with the lights on, being able to see what you are doing is always an advantage.

4. Why can't the fluorescent tubes be switched individually?

Our tests confirmed that plants prefer stable light conditions, they have difficulty in adapting to varying light conditions and therefore the lighting cannot be switched in individually.

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