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The MG-D series of Metal Halide lighting unit sticks to the same elegant design as the MG but are much more powerful units and is Ideal for the deeper aquarium where inhabitants rely upon bright light to survive. The great advantage with the MG-D is that it is supplied with external ballast with build in-analogue timer. The timer is easy to adjust as it is not attached to the light unit. Heat production is also reduced as the ballast isn't mounted inside the light unit. The light unit is lighter making it easier to suspend.
The MG-D produces the correct spectrum of light for the essential reproduction of zooanthellae inside coral cells. When suspended high above the aquarium as with the MG you get the "shadow play" effeect created by rippling surface water.
Integrated analogue timers for ease of use
14000 Kelvin Metal Halide lamps
Stylish alloy design
External ballast means cooler water and less weigh
Can be suspended above the tank or fitted to the tank
One MG Combination system can match the light intensity of several fluorescent lamps making it cost effective in comparison
Proven to produce excellent plant growth in freshwater aquaria
250 watts
Fixings provided in the kit
2 Year Guarantee
5 meter cable
220-240V 50Hz Au Plug
600mm 24" fixture
1*250watts lamp
1*external ballast with mechanical timer

  • Model: MG-D6250
  • Shipping Weight: 6lbs
  • 2 Units in Stock


Jason Sullivan
4 of 5 Stars
This metal halide is awesome. I use it to replace my aqua one MG-600 metal halide. the coral tank become brighter. the ballast runs cool. But it is Atman, not Aqua one. great lighting anyway.


This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 25 August, 2011.