GHL to Release 3 New Profilux Controllers



GHL with more than 20 years of experience in manufacturing high end aquarium products has just announced that they will begin shipping 3 new computers for aquariums and terrariums this fall.

The three new models are called the Profilux Mini, The Profilux Light and The Profilux Terra.  The new compact aquarium and terrarium controllers, offer important features found in high-end models from the ProfiLux 3 series but at extremely attractive prices.  All models will include 16 independent dimming channels, lighting simulations that include phases of the moon, clouds, storms, rainy days, tropical twilight and much more.  Each controller will also have the capability of connecting to the GHL Mitras LED lights and third-party products with 1-10V or PWM interfaces.

Other Functions Include:

  • Control of up to 4 variable current pumps
  • Programmable reminders
  • Feeding/Maintenance Mode
  • Timer & Dosing Control
  • Switching of 4 devices (non-dimmable lighting, heating, solenoid valves, pumps) via an optional powerbar

The controllers include USB connectivity and can be controlled and operated using free and upgradable software via the GHL Control Center.  Each model will be available in a white or black housing.

Pricing for the European market have bee listed on the GHL website as seen below:

  • ProfiLux Mini 185€
  • Profilux Terra 168€
  • Profilux Light 118€

USA Prices are as follows:

  • ProfiLux Mini: $219.90
  • ProfiLux Terra: $199.90
  • ProfiLux Light: $139.90

Other features:

  • Compact and slim enclosure in noble high gloss look (5.1″ x 3.3″ x 0.9″), available in black or white
  • Secure low voltage, 12V power supply included
  • Illuminated blue graphic display
  • Simple and intuitive menu-driven operation via 6 keys
  • Operation via free comfortable PC software GHL Control Center

About Author

Scott Groseclose is the owner of AquaNerd, Aquarium Specialty, Aqua Specialty Wholesale, BioTek Marine, & The Carolina Reef Experience. He has a degree in Biology from St. Andrews University and he has been a passionate reef keeper since 1988.