GHL LED Mitras Lightbar 2 Ocean Blue 120-160

Product no.: 114324

Ocean Blue 9000 Kelvin
Größe Länge Watt GHL Nummer Mrutzek Art.Nr.
120 112 cm 77 PL-1281 114324a
130 122 cm 84 PL-1282 114324b
140 132 cm 90,5 PL-1283 114324c
150 142 cm 98,5 PL-1284 114324d
160 152 cm 105,5 PL-1285 114324e

The Ultra-Bright High-Power LED Lighting

Mitras Lightbar is one of the highest quality and most effective LED lights on the market. The Mitras Lightbar is Made in Germany and offers:

  • Homogeneous, brilliant and very bright light through a balanced mix of selected high-power LEDs in natural colors (CRI> 95, white LEDs 150 lm/W)
  • Maximal output power with GHL Power Balancing Technology®
  • Super smooth dimming with GHL Perfect Dimming Techology®
  • Uniformly wide light distribution with a LED beam angle of 120°
  • Energy efficiency and long life through a sophisticated thermal management (at least 60,000 operating hours)
  • If controlled by the ProfiLux Aquarium Controller: Professional light dimming, individual mix of the color spectrum and water temperature-dependent downward control (light is dimmed if water gets too warm).
  • Full undimmed Lightpower when operated without ProfiLux (all LEDs light up to 100%)
  • Energy saving compared with traditional lighting aprox. 50%
  • Operation with safe voltage (24V)

Optimal for Every Aquarium

The Mitras light bar is suitable for any marine or freshwater aquarium – if open or closed – and is available in 4 light temperatures in 13 different lengths in 10 cm increments.

Adjust in conjunction with the ProfiLux Aquarium Controller the light spectrum (approximately 380-700 nm range) and the light output in wide areas exactly as you like and give your plants, fish and corals the light they need to thrive. The correct light spectrum used is equally as important as the radiation power that can be achieved.

When choosing the Mitras® Lightbar, it is very important to consider how this light will be used; we offer different models to suit different uses. Each model is equipped with special LED combinations perfectly matched for different applications such as Freshwater, upper, medium and deep reef. Of course you can also combine the different models as you like.


Diverse Dimming Functions with ProfiLux

Realistic lighting scenarios such as sunrise, sunset, moonlight, cloud, seasonal lighting and thunderstorm simulations are made possible with GHL Perfect Dimming Technology®. With over 4000 dimming levels and a dimming ratio of 3000:1 per channel (light color), you can accomplish true-to-life simulations.


Ultra Bright

Extremely high luminous output at maximal energy efficiency. Selected high-power LEDs (CREE®, OSRAM®, Semi LEDs®) with at least 150 lumens/watt (white LEDs). The special arrangement of the LEDs over the entire Lightbar length provides a particularly homogenous illumination of the tank.


Special LED Overheat Protection

LEDs are protected by monitoring the operating states of LEDs and of the lightbar temperature. The microprocessor-controlled automatic brightness reduction and the very powerful and massive heat sink ensure efficient and safe operation with maximum light output.


Unique Color Mix

Ideal light spectra for salt and fresh water tanks. The unique light mixing ensures high photosynthetic efficiency for lush growth of plants and corals.

The picture shows the development of a freshwater basin under 2x Mitras LB Daylight in the course of 28 months.


Large Range of Models Flexible Usage

13 different lengths in 10 cm-increments are available – also for Nano-Tanks – You’ll be able to find the ideal lightbar length for your tank. Illumination over the total tank length provides a maximum light quantity for the tank and avoids only little illuminated corners.
Several Mitras Lightbar can be connected via a splitter to one power supply unit – this way you have less power supply units and less cables in your cabinet.

Available with 4 different LED-combinations (Daylight, Ocean Blue, Actinic, Deep Actinic).


Variable Light Spectrum

Adjust easily the desired light spectrum within a wide range with the Light Composer using the PC Software, GHL Control Center (GCC). Light color and intensity can be varied over the day.

Either you just take over one of the existing lighting projects for your luminaire, or submit your own project.

Brilliant and Natural Light

The high CRI of Mitras Lightbar (> 95) ensures a brilliant and natural color reproduction.



According to IP 67

Mitras Lightbar Luminosity in Detail

Mitras lightbar is not only one of the brightest LED lights on the market. It also convinces by the technical know-how.

Customer Aquariums with Mitras Lightbar

Beautiful photos* from our customers in our GHL Support Forum.

*) Some photos show the technical similar predecessor Mitras Lightbar 1

Light is Not Just Light – The Basics of Mitras® LED Illumination by GHL

Benefit from our many years of experience since 2002, we offer dimmable led lights for application in aquatics.

Photosynthetic Efficiency with Mitras Luminaires

With the help of light energy from CO2 and water, coral symbionts and plants build carbohydrates and and discard oxygen; this process is called photosynthesis. In charge of this energy production is the plant pigment chlorophyll (a + b and carotene).

Light beams can be understood as electromagnetic waves, which are made of energy particles called photons. The energy of the so-called Photon is dependent on its wavelength (nm) and its frequency (THz). Different wavelengths of light we see as color. The visible light by humans covers only a certain segment of the electromagnetic spectrum which moves in the range of 380-750 nm.

As you can see – For the intended use, a suitable light spectrum and light intensity are crucial for the photosynthetic activity of coral symbiont and plants. The higher the photosynthesis rate is, the stronger and healthier growth could be achieved.

Lumen, LUX and PAR – Optimal Conditions with Mitras

LUX (lm / m2) is the unit of illuminance, indicating which luminous flux (lumens) falls on a defined area. The light output lumens (lm) as a measure of the brightness is normalized to the human visual sensitivity. Because humans perceive blue or red light less intense than the green light, the lumen decreases though contstantly high radiation levels the more blue or red the light is.

This is why, the specified lumens at our Mitras Daylight for example, are much higher than in the Mitras Actinic, though the wattage is almost identical.

The qualification of a luminaire only on the basis of lumens / watt (light output per electrical power) is not always appropriate as nothing is said about the photosynthetic efficiency of light

It is quite so that a luminaire with high lumens but unfavorable spectrum of photosynthesis is less beneficial than a luminaire with slightly less lumens but therefor optimum range.

More meaningful is the so-called PAR value (Photosynthetic Active Radiation), which describes the available radiation for photosynthesis.

All this offers the high-power Mitras LED illumination in perfection. Mitras Luminaires achieve above-average PAR values and thus ensures healthy growth in your aquarium.

More Facts why Mitras Luminaires are Your Best Choice

When comparing our Mitras Luminaires with others, you should note the following points:

  • Our electric power includes also the consumption of the control electronics, not only the consumption of the LEDs.
  • The light performance indicated by us includes also the performance of the LEDs which contribute less to the creation of lumen but which optimize the spectrum.
  • Furthermore, we indicate the actually remaining lumen after deducting the losses through the glass and temperature increase.
  • Contrary to the commonly used practice to use cheap series resistors for LED-current limiting, in our luminaires the current of LEDs is precisely controlled by electronics. This reduces the current consumption and waste heat.
  • We truly believe that we could utilize the maximum out of LED-technology – the best LEDs, an extremely transparent protector plate, a massive cooling and an electronic control. More is hardly possible. If you find elsewhere better performance data, then you should question this critically.
  • We don’t indicate any ideal theoretic values, but the performance data which can be reached in practice after deduction of all losses.

Photosynthesis with Mitras Lightbar Daylight in freshwater aquarium

Suitable Light Spectrums for Specific Applications

For an optimal lighting result, we offer four different types with different LED combinations to choose from:

  • Mitras LB Daylight (Freshwater with many plants)
  • Mitras LB Ocean Blue (Freshwater and Salt Water)
  • Mitras LB Actinic (Saltwater upper to medium reef)
  • Mitras LB Deep Actinic (Saltwater medium to deep reef)

They differ in terms of the average color temperature and are tailored to the specific application.

If operated with the ProfiLux Aquarium Controller the offered selection of several LED colors gives the opportunity to adjust the light color via GCC within far bounces. However the Luminaires should be chosen in a way that the average light color matches as good as possible. The higher the light temperature is, the more bluish the light appears.

Mitras Lightbar Daylight

Recommended for Freshwater with many plants

Mid color temperature: 5500 K

5 Color Channels (dimmable via ProfiLux)

LED-Configuration per 10 cm Lightbar:

  • 2x 6500 K
  • 2x 4500 K
  • 4x Cree CLX6D, red 622 nm, green 530 nm and blue 472 nm
  • White LEDs with 150 lm/W
Mitras Lightbar Ocean Blue

Recommended for Freshwater and Saltwater

Mid color temperature: 9000 K

7 Color Channels (dimmable via ProfiLux)

LED-Configuration per 10 cm Lightbar:

  • 1x Royal blue 455 nm
  • 1x 8000 K
  • 1x 6500 K
  • 1x 4500 K
  • 4x Cree CLX6D, red 622 nm, green 530 nm and blue 472 nm
  • White LEDs with 150 lm/W
Mitras Lightbar Actinic

Recommended for Saltwater

Mid color temperature: 14000 K

7 Color Channels (dimmable via ProfiLux)

LED-Configuration per 10 cm Lightbar:

  • 1x Hyperviolett 425 nm
  • 1x Royal blue 455 nm
  • 1x 8000 K
  • 1x 6500 K
  • 4x Cree CLX6D, red 622 nm, green 530 nm and blue 472 nm
  • White LEDs with 150 lm/W
Mitras Lightbar Deep Actinic

Recommended for Saltwater

Mid color temperature: 18500 K

7 Color Channels (dimmable via ProfiLux)

LED-Configuration per 10 cm Lightbar:

  • 1x Hyperviolett 425 nm
  • 1x Royal blue 455 nm
  • 1x 8000 K
  • 1x Deep blue 450 nm
  • 4x Cree CLX6D, red 622 nm, green 530 nm und blue 472 nm
  • White LEDs with 150 lm/W

How Many Mitras Lightbar do I need for my Aquarium?

Select Mitras Lightbar depending on the aquarium volume.

Rule of thumb:

  • low light requirement: 0.3 watts per liter
  • very high light requirements: 0.9 watts per liter

Often, a recommendationlumens per liter” is given. In our opinion this makes only sense for Mitras Daylight. For luminaires with high blue light component (Ocean Blue, Actinic, Deep Actinic), the lumen specifications are rather misleading (see explanation above Lumen, LUX and PAR).

Avaliable Mitras Lightbar lengths

Model 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160
Recom. for tank length [cm] 39-50 49-60 59-70 69-80 79-90 89-100 99-110 109-120 119-130 129-140 139-150 149-160 159-170
Max. power draw undimmed [W] 23,5 30,0 36,5 43,0 50,0 56,5 63,0 70,0 77,0 84,0 90,5 98,5 105,5

Operation Modes

Mitras Lightbar can be operated undimmed and dimmed.

If operated undimmed all LEDs will burn at 100%. There is no control needed. Activation and deactivation can be made through a simple timer.

Another option, however, is to dimm and operate the

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