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Fish Focus Blue 13000K

Enhances the blues and greens on your Cichlids or other fish...

The Fish Focus Blue 13000K is calibrated to enhance the blue, green, aqua and violet colors on your fish and has rapidly become the favorite of customers seeking a light to enhance fish that are predominately blue or green.  If you keep fish like Cichlids, Discus, Tetras or Platies and want their blues and greens to “pop” while their reds and yellows remain “natural” in color, this powerful light is guaranteed to do the job.  One local retail aquarium store liked it so much they recently refitted all the tanks in their store with this spectrum!  With high PAR levels, we also have many customers around the world using this spectrum to grow beautiful planted tanks.  We are certain you will be surprised by the way this light renders the colors in the blue area of the spectrum and delighted by the overall effect -- if you are not, simply return the fixture!  If your fish are predominantly red or yellow, we recommend the Fish Focus Red 5000K which is designed to enhance those colors. The Fish Focus Blue fixture was formerly known as the “Freshwater Show".  Click on the Product Info tab below to review the technical details of this fixture.

Recommended for: Fish keepers who want to enhance the blues and greens on their fish.

Fish Focus Blue 13000K

Enhances the blues and greens on your Cichlids or other fish...

The Fish Focus Blue 13000K is calibrated to enhance the blue, green, aqua and violet colors on your fish and has rapidly become the favorite of customers seeking a light to enhance fish that are predominately blue or green.  If you keep fish like Cichlids, Discus, Tetras or Platies and want their blues and greens to “pop” while their reds and yellows remain “natural” in color, this powerful light is guaranteed to do the job.  One local retail aquarium store liked it so much they recently refitted all the tanks in their store with this spectrum!  With high PAR levels, we also have many customers around the world using this spectrum to grow beautiful planted tanks.  We are certain you will be surprised by the way this light renders the colors in the blue area of the spectrum and delighted by the overall effect -- if you are not, simply return the fixture!  If your fish are predominantly red or yellow, we recommend the Fish Focus Red 5000K which is designed to enhance those colors. The Fish Focus Blue fixture was formerly known as the “Freshwater Show".  Click on the Product Info tab below to review the technical details of this fixture.

Recommended for: Fish keepers who want to enhance the blues and greens on their fish.

Build The LED System That's Right For YOUR Corals & Fish

Build The LED System That's Right For YOUR Plants & Fish

Build the LED System That's Right For YOUR Refugium

Three Steps to Perfect Lighting

 Step 1: Select Your Aquarium Size

 Step 2: Select Your Fixture Length

Our Recommendations:

$119.00 per fixture

Reviews

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  1. Great lighting

    Posted by Kzoo Kid on Jul 24th 2014

    I purchased the 36" Freshwater Show a little more than a year ago, and it's worked great from day 1. At 50% for a 40g breeder tank, the plants are healthy and lush, and the fish have intense, brilliant colors and are breeding well (Bolivian Rams and several species of live-bearers). The green iridescence on the back of the Red-eye tetras is amazing.

    The driver box is well-built. and the cord length allows it to be placed out of sight easily. This is a good, water-tight system (surviving a filter over-flow without a blink).

    Good products, good company - quite deserving of the "Proudly built in the USA" sticker on the box.


  2. Well Worth the Investment!

    Posted by Tom Z on Jul 1st 2014

    My planted discus tank looks amazing with my new Fish Focus Blue lights. Plenty of PAR for the plants (reduced to 50%) and the discus look amazing! I spent a lot of time looking at all my options and BuildMyLED was a great choice.

    I would highly recommend the dimmer switch and tank mounts with your purchase. Next up for me is the control box so I can get the sunrise/sunset effect.


  3. Much Better than I expected. Great light.

    Posted by Ken on Apr 10th 2014

    When I was looking for a light to replace my PC fixture running two 96w and 2 65w bulbs, 1 each of 10000k daylight and a 50/50. I saw that LEDs were supposedly getting really good. I was skeptical, but took the plunge after reading some reviews. I'm very impressed. I got the 13000k, 90deg light. Tiny strip front to back saves me so much room. Doesn't get very hot. Doesn't use nearly as much power and give off a fantastic color. Even brighter than my PC fixture. I bought the dimmer as well. I don't foresee ever using it, but it might come in handy depending on algae growth. I haven't had much.

    Oh, one last thing. I got the 60" strip and the lights go all the way to the edge. Not like the pc fixture I was using.

    I'd be happy to answer any questions you have. You can look me up on houstonfishbox. I'm HFBfounder.


  4. A bit less bright & green than expected. Very good overall.

    Posted by Nathan F on Feb 9th 2014

    Ordering process was excellent and the follow up contact was very professional. Overall, I'm pleased and the plants seem happy.

    PRO:
    - Cheap running costs
    - Good coloration (fish look really nice under the spectrum)
    - No noise
    - Runs warm (should have long life)
    - Excellent warranty
    - Lights are compact and look futuristic

    CONS:
    - Initial cost (hopefully, they last long)
    - Less bright (my 150w metal halide ADA iwagumi bulb was far brighter and more green)
    - 90 degree spread not enough to light a 18" wide tank from tank mount (need suspension mount)
    - PAR value seems slightly above minimum needed for average planted tank (why not get the XB series instead?)


  5. Really nice light

    Posted by Carl on Jan 24th 2014

    I am giving this aquarium light 4 stars instead of five because I haven't had it long enough to know how my plants are going to respond or how the light is going to hold up over time. With this said, it has been many years since I purchased a product I was as happy with out of the box.

    I bought the Fish Focus Blue 13000K with 75 degree lenses and with tank mounts and dimmer for a 48Lx12Wx24H 60 gallon freshwater aquarium. The lenses perfectly illuminate the tank with almost no light spilling out through the glass The light is a single linear strip 48 inches long. I spent $313 including shipping which is a ton for an amateur aquarium enthusiast like myself. However, I priced out building my own light and it didn't save me money and was going to leave me with a relatively ugly and ungainly light. I looked at other COTS led lights and ended up using buildmyled because the lights are built in US, the detailed information provided on their website allowed me to make an informed choice, and because the reviews were very good.

    I set the light up in 10 minutes with the high quality components and fittings that come with it. It fits beautifully and is easily adjustable. The light weighs very little and is extremely well built. It is the nicest part of the aquarium. The aquarium itself is a starter from a box store- I simply removed the existing fluorescent light fixtures and mounted the new light right over the top of the lid with no modification. It shines through the existing plastic windows on the lid.

    The amount of light is stunning and its quality is excellent. The visualization on the buildmyled website is accurate in terms of how the light looks in the aquarium. I prefer a bright white light in aquariums (as opposed to yellowish or greenish). This light provides that. There isn't an obvious blue component to the light.

    I run the light at ~50% brightness with the dimmer. You cannot shut the light off with the dimmer which is only an issue until I put the light on a timer. At full brightness, the light becomes very warm to the touch.

    Customer service was very good. It takes a little while for the light to be built and shipped (2-3 weeks). If the light proves as durable and energy efficient as advertised I will be even more happy with my purchase.


  6. Low-Tech, working great

    Posted by John C on Sep 26th 2013

    So after talking to Nick for a month I decided to take the dive on Fish Focus Blue 13000K. I can say I am absolutely happy with this light because it hits all my needs.
    Setup: 48" Fish Focus Blue 13000K, hanging mount (6' off water) w/ dimmer.

    So far I have had the light on for 2 weeks at a setting of less than 50% and all my plants (swords, moneywort, anubias, Cryptocoryne parva) are doing amazing. I would say I have gotten about 3' in 2 weeks on my moneywort and about 4 new leaves on the swords with no root tabs or fert.

    My only problem is I wanted to test how high I could turn up the lights and I ended up getting algae, so they are back down around 50%.

    As for how my fish look, it is great! Right now I have some neon’s and the blues really come out very well under this light.

    All in all it was a great buy and I am very happy with the results. I just wish I knew that Nick was working on a new prototype where you can select individual lights of your choice at any given time. I wish I could have held out long enough to use it.
    Thanks again Nick!


  7. Fish Focus Blue LED light

    Posted by Norm on Sep 26th 2013

    This light is great It made my tank and fish look great, on inspection build quality is excellent. I am very pleased and would definitely recommend this light, also customer service (helping me pick the right light was great. I am planning my second order very soon.


  8. Compact / Efficient Lighting... Super Impressed !!!

    Posted by Daryl H. on Sep 6th 2013

    I have been looking for a new lighting system for my 125 gal. tank.
    I was extremely surprised with the size and quality of the LED lights.
    It took me about 30 minutes to install and suspend the lights under my canopy. I would recommend these lights to everyone and look forward to saving money in the electric bill. Thanks


  9. Much brighter than I expected

    Posted by repfarm on Jun 20th 2013

    Light penetration is excellent. I purchased two 18" strips for my 25 cube. One light would have been enough. Two looks especially dazzling.


  10. Looks awesome!

    Posted by Pursell on May 23rd 2013

    My tank looks 100 times better with this light. My plants start to pearl after 2 days!


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  • Special configuration of LEDs enhances fish color
  • Formerly known as our “Freshwater Show” fixture
  • Daylight color output with a slight blue bias will deepen greens slightly.
  • U.S. made, industrial quality, fan-free LED fixture.
  • Top quality LEDs protected by heavy spray-proof aluminum case and tough, easy to clean polycarbonate cover.
  • Even, edge-to-edge light with no hot spots and no disco effect.
  • Dimmable from 100% to 10% when used with our manual dimmer or controller. Compatible with these controllers: Apex, Reef Keeper Lite and Reef Angel.
  • High PAR levels with immediate power savings compared to T5’s.
  • 50,000 hour projected life.
  • NOTE: The 18" fixture uses a 12" circuit board centered in an 18" fixture. The 30" fixture uses two 12" circuit boards with a 2" gap between the boards.

Note: For single fixture tanks, a 90° wide beam angle is recommended for tank mounting or “rim mounting” to ensure even distribution of the light. Click Here for beam angle diagrams and higher mounting applications. Click here to learn more about PAR levels.

Specifications:

LED Selections per 12" Board: (10) 5700K Cool White, (2) 470nm Blue, (1) 450nm Royal Blue, (1) 525nm Green, (1) 660nm Deep Red

We purchase top-bin LEDs from the world's largest and most reputable LED manufacturers (i.e. Philips Lumileds, Everlight, etc.).

We use 1W and 3W LEDs in our fixtures, and they are driven at 350mA to ensure long life and high electrical efficiency. Due to the large number of LEDs we use in every fixture, we do not need to overdrive the LEDs to achieve extremely high PAR ratings.

Product Features: 0-10V Dimmable Driver (Dimmable from 100% to 10%). Compatible with these controllers: Apex, Reef Keeper Lite and Reef Angel - IP66 Waterproof Rating- CE Safety Certification & ROHS Compliant- Built-to-Order in the USA- 3 Year Warranty- Innovative 'T-Rail' for Unlimited Mounting Options- Return within 30 Days for Full Product Refund- System Includes: LED fixture/power supply/8' cord/plug/mounting brackets

Technical Details

Fixture Length

  • 12"
  • 18"
  • 24"
  • 30"
  • 36"
  • 48"
  • 60"
  • 72"

PAR

Kelvin

  • 13000K
  • 13000K
  • 13000K
  • 13000K
  • 13000K
  • 13000K
  • 13000K
  • 13000K

Electrical Watts

  • 16
  • 16
  • 32
  • 32
  • 48
  • 64
  • 80
  • 96

Input Voltage

  • 110-277
  • 110-277
  • 110-277
  • 110-277
  • 110-277
  • 110-277
  • 110-277
  • 110-277

Operating Temperature

  • -4F to 110F
  • -4F to 110F
  • -4F to 110F
  • -4F to 110F
  • -4F to 110F
  • -4F to 110F
  • -4F to 110F
  • -4F to 110F

Predicted Fixture Life

  • 50,000 Hours
  • 50,000 Hours
  • 50,000 Hours
  • 50,000 Hours
  • 50,000 Hours
  • 50,000 Hours
  • 50,000 Hours
  • 50,000 Hours

Specifications

STEP #1. Select your aquarium size from the PULLDOWN menu above.
STEP #2. Select your preferred fixture length from the PULLDOWN menu above.
STEP #3. Select the light level you want from the options in the PULLDOWN menu above (see light level tab for more info on light levels).

The calculator will recommend the number of fixtures at the specific length you requested.

Full Spectrum and Supplemental Spectrum Combinations: Note that if the calculator recommends multiple fixtures for your reef aquarium, you can combine full spectrum fixtures (i.e. 12000K or 14000K fixtures) with supplemental fixtures (e.g. Super Actinic Reef, Pure UV and Purple Wave) to achieve a sunrise/sunset effect in your aquarium and still have approximately the same PAR values. Most people prefer a 1:1 or 2:1 ratio for full spectrum fixtures to supplemental reef fixtures.

About Beam Angles: Our general recommendation for tank mounted fixtures is 90 degrees and the majority of our reef customers select this angle and this is the default in the ordering box above. As a guideline, if you intend to suspend the fixture approximately 6” to 8” above the water, select the 75 degree beam angle. If you intend to suspend the fixture approximately 12” above the water, use the 60 degree beam angle.

About Beam Angles: Our general recommendation for tank mounted fixtures is 90 degrees and the majority of our freshwater customers select this angle and this is the default in the ordering box above. As a guideline, if you intend to suspend the fixture approximately 6” to 8” above the water, select the 75 degree beam angle. If you intend to suspend the fixture approximately 12” above the water, use the 60 degree beam angle. When using a 60 degree angle in a riparium or other situation where the light may be a foot or more above the water level we recommend that you monitor plant growth and modify the photoperiod accordingly.

About Fixture Length: Most people select a fixture that is the same length (left to right) as their tank and use our optional tank mounts to install it. If you plan on using a suspension kit and center the fixture over the tank your fixture can be a few inches shorter than the tank and provide full coverage in the aquarium.

Dimming Recommendation: This fixture emits high levels of light. If you plan to use it in a lightly planted environment (a few plants and a lot of exposed substrate or wood) we recommend the purchase of a dimmer with this fixture to avoid algae issues. This is especially important if you select the High or Ultra High light level during the ordering process.

PAR (Photosynthetically Active Radiation) defines the type of light that is needed by corals (specifically, coral’s symbiotic algae) for photosynthesis and it is measured in micromoles per square meter per second (μmol/m2/s). PPFD (Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density) is a measurement of the amount of PAR that falls on a given area every second, and it is an extremely important metric for successfully propagating corals in your aquarium. All of our LED fixtures emit extremely high PPFD levels -- far higher than any fixture in our price range.

For a deeper dive in PAR, PPFD and more click here.

PAR (Photosynthetically Active Radiation) defines the type of light that is needed by plants for photosynthesis and is measured in micromoles per square meter per second (μmol/m2/s). PPFD (Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density) is a measurement of the amount of PAR that falls on a given area every second, and it is an extremely important metric for successfully growing plants in your aquarium. All of our LED fixtures emit extremely high PPFD levels -- far higher than any fixture in our price range.

For a deeper dive in PAR, PPFD and more click here.

PAR (Photosynthetically Active Radiation) defines the type of light that is needed by macro algae for photosynthesis and it is measured in micromoles per square meter per second (μmol/m2/s). PPFD (Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density) is a measurement of the amount of PAR that falls on a given area every second, and it is an extremely important metric for successfully growing macro algae in your refugium. All of our LED fixtures emit extremely high PPFD levels -- far higher than any fixture in our price range.

For a deeper dive in PAR, PPFD and more click here.

To see a chart showing the PAR values delivered by this fixture with each available beam angle, click here.

You need to define a desired light level to calculate the number of fixtures needed on your tank. Use these definitions as a guide:

Ultra High Light is defined as the light level that should only be used by advanced aquarists and researchers seeking to maximize coral coloration through elevated chromoprotein levels. Ultra high light will usually require the use of multiple fixtures, and users should have experience in maintaining a reef aquarium under high PAR levels. Depending on the light levels the corals were previously exposed to, users should slowly acclimate their tank to this light level by using a manual dimmer or a controller.

High Light is defined as the light level you will need to successfully grow hard corals, including SPS. This will likely require the use of multiple fixtures. Depending on the light levels the corals were previously exposed to, users should slowly acclimate their tank to this light level by using a manual dimmer or a controller.

Medium Light is defined as the level that is most often used to successfully keep soft corals and LPS in your aquarium. In the event only one fixture is required and you want to add a supplemental fixture (Pure UV, Purple Wave or Super Actinic Reef), the use of a manual dimmer or controller is recommended to lower the total light level.

Viewing Light is used by those who don’t intend to grow coral but want an illuminated tank where the colors on fish will stand out.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The fixture calculator is designed to give you a recommendation on the number and length of fixtures needed to achieve a specified light requirement in the tank you select. Due to rounding, the calculator may return the same recommendation for multiple light levels. This is not an error.

For more help in determining the appropriate Light Level for your Saltwater aquarium, click here.

To see how much PAR this spectrum delivers in an aquarium, click here.

You need to define a desired light level to calculate the number of fixtures needed on your tank. Use these definitions as a guide:

Ultra High Light is usually only used for scientific or horticultural research purposes -- it is typically not advisable to use this light level in a freshwater home aquarium environment. If you believe you require this level of light e-mail us at: sales@buildmyled.com.

High Light. We define this as a level of light that can be used in heavily planted hi-tech tanks where CO2 injection is being used. In all conventional sizes of tank this level will provide the PAR needed by light hungry plants and, when used in conjunction with a fertilization schedule such as EI, CO2 injection and an appropriate photoperiod you will see thriving plants and high growth rates.

Medium Light. We define medium light as being most suitable for lo-tech planted tanks (with your preferred fertilization schedule) and soil tanks. The “medium” light level provides enough PAR that almost any plant will thrive -- though growth rates (speed) will be limited by the absence of the CO2 injection found in a hi-tech tank. That said, it is also perfectly acceptable to use medium light with CO2 injection -- in which case plant growth rates will be higher.

Viewing Light is for situations where the customer does not intend to use CO2 and wants an aquarium where they will be able to observe fish and easily grow lower light plants such as java fern, mosses and Anubias -- all of these should thrive under this light level if they receive proper fertilization.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The fixture calculator is designed to give you a recommendation on the number and length of fixtures needed to achieve a specified light requirement in the tank you select. Due to rounding, the calculator may return the same recommendation for multiple light levels. This is not an error.

For more help in determining the appropriate Light Level for your Freshwater aquarium, click here.

To see how much PAR this spectrum delivers in an aquarium, click here.

In order to get the best growth in your refugium, please follow these steps to properly configure your lighting system. A single fixture will effectively cover a 12” growing area in your refugium, but you can also use two fixtures per 12” area if you want maximum growth rates. See these diagrams as an example.

Refugium Spacing Diagram

To see how much PAR this spectrum delivers in an refugium, click here.

To achieve the highest light (PAR) levels in a reef aquarium with a single fixture (or single row of fixtures), we recommend the 75 or 90 degree beam angle mounted 2-3” above the water. Select the 75 degree beam angle on tanks measuring up to 12” wide (from front to back) and a 90 degree beam for tank widths over 12”.

When mounting at this height (2-3” above water line) the 60, 45 and 30 degree beam angles should only be used on aquariums with multiple rows of lights or to “target” a particular area. This level of light is usually only required in when you are trying to target specific areas of the aquarium (i.e. clams, island reefs, etc.).

Once you know your fixture mounting height, use the following guidelines:

Approximate distance above water line
  • 2-3" (I.E: Tank or Rim Mount)
  • 6"
  • 12"
  • 24"
  • Above 24"
Select this beam angle
  • 90 degree
  • 75 degree
  • 60 degree
  • 45 degree
  • 30 degree

Are you concerned about the beam angle because you have an unusually shaped tank or non-standard light requirements? Please use this forum link to request information on other heights or configurations from our lighting design team. Describe your tank dimensions, lighting goals and let us know what type of corals you are keeping in your reef aquarium.

To see how much PAR this spectrum delivers in an aquarium, click here.

To achieve the highest light (PAR) levels in a freshwater aquarium with a single fixture (or single row of fixtures), we recommend the 75 or 90 degree beam angle mounted 2-3” above the water. Select the 75 degree beam angle on tanks measuring up to 12” wide (from front to back) and a 90 degree beam for tank widths over 12”.

When mounting at this height (2-3” above water line) the 60, 45 and 30 degree beam angles should only be used on aquariums with multiple rows of lights or to “target” a particular area. This level of light is usually only required in saltwater aquariums where high light levels are needed in a specific area and is not advised in a freshwater environment.

Once you know your fixture mounting height, use the following guidelines:

Once you know your fixture mounting height, use the following guidelines:

Approximate distance above water line
  • 2-3" (I.E: Tank or Rim Mount)
  • 6"
  • 12"
  • 24"
  • Above 24"
Select this beam angle
  • 90 degree
  • 75 degree
  • 60 degree
  • 45 degree
  • 30 degree

Are you concerned about the beam angle because you have an unusually shaped tank or non-standard light requirements? Please use this forum link to request information on other heights or configurations from our lighting design team. Describe your tank dimensions, lighting goals and tell us if you are using CO2 enrichment.

To see how much PAR this spectrum delivers in an aquarium, click here.

To achieve the highest light (PAR) levels in your refugium, please use this guide to select the appropriate beam angle. Since the water level is typically lower in a refugium than in an aquarium, we recommend these beam angles based on the distance between the light fixture and the water line in the refugium.

Approximate distance from light fixture to water line
  • 1-3"
  • 6"
  • 12"
  • 13-18"
  • Above 18"
Select this beam angle
  • 90 degree
  • 75 degree
  • 60 degree
  • 45 degree
  • 30 degree

To see how much PAR this spectrum delivers in an refugium, click here.

Shipping Options:
Your fixture will be securely packed and delivered by UPS, FedEx or USPS based on your location. When we receive your order, we will e-mail you an Order Confirmation. We will email you the tracking number as soon as we ship the order. You can use the tracking number to determine your precise delivery date.

Damage:
In the unlikely event your fixture is damaged, simply e-mail or call us. We will need your Order ID which appears as “Order ID#0000” on your e-mailed Order Confirmation. We will issue a Return Material Authorization (RMA) so you can ship the damaged fixture back to us (at no charge). We will then build and ship you a replacement product. We build everything to order, but we prioritize warranty replacements above regular orders.

Prompt Turnaround!
Your LED fixture is built by hand in Austin, TX by people who CARE about quality and performance. Our goal is to produce your fixture, test it, package it, and get it into the shipping system within five business days. Sometimes this will not happen due to weather, natural disaster, illness, or if we are just really busy! You will receive an email from one of our assembly team members when we start building your custom light.

Shipping Options:

Your controller will be securely packed and delivered by FedEx or USPS based on your location. When we receive your order, we will e-mail you an Order Confirmation. We will email you the tracking number as soon as we ship the order, so you can use the tracking number to determine your precise delivery date.

Damage:

In the unlikely event your controller is damaged, simply e-mail or call us. We will need your Order ID which appears as “Order ID#0000” on your e-mailed Order Confirmation. We will issue a Return Material Authorization (RMA) so you can ship the damaged controller back to us (at no charge). We will then build and ship you a replacement product. We build everything to order, but we prioritize warranty replacements above regular orders.

Prompt Turnaround!

Your controller is built by hand in Austin, TX by people who CARE about quality and performance. Our goal is to produce your controller, test it, package it, and get it into the shipping system within seven to ten business days. Sometimes this will not happen due to weather, natural disaster, illness, or if we are just really busy! You will receive an email from one of our assembly team members when we start building your order.

Your fixture is engineered and built in the USA. It is a heavy duty, industrial quality product that is designed to last for many years. If something is not working properly or if you are not 100% satisfied, WE WANT TO KNOW. Feel free to send us your comments and questions at info@buildmyled.com. If you have a lighting design question, please post it on our forum link.

G U A R A N T E E


Both PRE-CONFIGURED and CUSTOM fixtures are guaranteed against manufacturing defects for three years. In addition, you can return any pre-configured fixture within 30 days for a refund of the product purchase price or exchange if you are not completely satisfied with it.

Note that while CUSTOM CONFIGURED fixtures are guaranteed against manufacturing defects for 3 years, the 30-day return policy does NOT apply to CUSTOM CONFIGURED fixtures (i.e. where you select the individual LEDs) since these are made specifically for you.


You are making an investment in a world class lighting fixture. We genuinely want to hear about any concerns or suggestions you may have, and whether or not the fixture is working the way you expected. Our warranty details are located here. Terms and Conditions are located here.

For the fastest response, email us at info@buildmyled.com

Your controller is engineered and built in the USA. It is a quality product that is designed to last for many years. If something is not working properly, or if you are not 100% satisfied, WE WANT TO KNOW. Feel free to send us your comments and questions at info@buildmyled.com.

G U A R A N T E E

All of our accessories and controllers are guaranteed against manufacturing defects for one year. In addition, you can return any controller within 30 days for a refund of the product purchase price or exchange if you are not completely satisfied with it.


You are making an investment in a world class lighting fixture. We genuinely want to hear about any concerns or suggestions you may have, and whether or not the system is working the way you expected. Our warranty details are located here. Terms and Conditions are located here.

For the fastest response, email us at info@buildmyled.com

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