Photon Link Kit

(10 customer reviews)


The Photon Link Kit makes it easy to cover a 6 foot tank with 2 Photon 32-V2+

12 in stock (can be backordered)

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The Photon Link Kit enables you to connect your 2 Photon 32-V2/+ lights to cover your 6 foot aquarium using the included mounting legs. It is also compatible with other lengths of Photon V2 lights.

The Photon Link Kit consists of 2 31″ lengths of black 2020 T-track, and all the hardware necessary to attach the rails to your lights. The Photon Link kit uses the bolts already included with every Photon V2, and does not require any modification to your light.

Our Photon Link Kit uses high quality aluminum T-track, which is strong, light, and sleek, with a profile of 1cm, or about .75″. The paint color is matte black to match the Photon V2 case, and the light’s power cords can be hidden inside the T-track channels.

Please follow the Photon Link Kit Instructions and read all disclosures prior to purchasing this product.

Additional information

Weight 2.5 lbs
Dimensions 36 × 2 × 2 in

10 reviews for Photon Link Kit

  1. Lindsay Joachim (verified owner)

    One of the top online companies to deal with. Very happy.

  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

  3. Christopher Maynard (verified owner)

  4. Steve Taylor (verified owner)

    Another well made product, thanks.

  5. Danlin Melton (verified owner)

    Amazing customer service, fast shipping!

  6. Marty H. (verified owner)

  7. Christopher Lam (verified owner)

    Super satisfied with the end results hanging 2 16” photons. Should be mentioned these are meant to be used with the legs not the hanging kit. I modified the rails by tapping in screw holes then used 3” stainless screws thru the top of my canopy to complete the install.

  8. Robert (verified owner)

  9. Jason G. (verified owner)

    The owner Logan went out of his way to answer all my questions via email personally. Very happy with the service.

  10. Steve R.

    The instructions could use some refinement. More Pictures would be great. But after spending time with it and understanding the support mechanisms, I figured it out. I’m excited to fire on these lights.

    Image #1 from Steve R.
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