Low-Profile Underwater Lighting for Water Features

Published on April 11, 2022

No matter the size of your water feature, aquascape lighting is a game-changer! Highlighting key smaller water features can be a difficult task due to shallow water or limited space. The new AMP® MarinerPro LED Underwater Pond Light is the solution with its compact design that makes it ideal for smaller fountains and small ponds, and it is fish safe!

The AMP® MarinerPro LED Underwater Pond Light’s low-profile fixture makes it ideal for shallow water (3″ or more) – such as is found in middle or upper levels of smaller fountains or small ponds. The design of this miniature underwater LED light is for fast and easy installation. Non-skid rubber pads prevent the fixture from moving and allow tool-less installation (no drilling required).

The underwater light has an adjustable fixture for precise aiming and features a built-in integrated LED with a 100-lumen output and 2700K warm white color temperature. Using LED technology, this underwater light uses less energy and produces less heat, which saves you money over time. Additionally, the minimal heat emission makes it safe for fish and other organisms sensitive to heat within water features.

The construction of the fixture’s housing is solid brass with an antique bronze finish for longevity and beauty. The AMP® MarinerPro LED Underwater Pond Light is safe low-voltage and backed by a hassle-free lifetime warranty. For more information visit www.amplighting.com.

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