By Next Step Products



Model # SV150T1

Product Description

The illuminator houses the lamp which is the light source for all fiber optic lighting. Since fiber optic strands do not generate but only carry light, all fiber optic lighting requires an illuminator. The Super Vision One Color Illuminator provides white light only. It has a fiber optic strand capacity of 550 strands which can be upgraded to 756 strands with the purchase of an upgrade kit (sold separately). The illuminator is made of UV stabilized material that is water, corrosion and chemical resistant. Its taupe color blends easily with the environment.

150 watt Metal Halide Lamp

Easy lamp replacement

10,000 hour average lamp life

550 strand fiber capacity (upgradable to 756)

On/off, stop/start switches on all units

Mounting base included

Hard wire ready for external remote system

Wireless remote control can be added easily

2 year limited warranty (excluding lamp)

Dimensions: 9.5" x 9.5" x 20"

Weight: 21 lbs.

Power consumption : 200 watt max

Motor : 1 RPM motor

Ambient operating temperature:
-20 degrees F to 110 degrees F
-29 degrees C to 44 degrees C

UL listed for wet locations.

Click here for Super Vision Wireless Remote Control Kit

Click here for Super Vision Upgrade Kit


?     Asked on 7/10/2006by Guest

We are building a wall close to the pool and thinking of a waterfall. Where does everything go? Can the pool pump be used instead of a dedicated pump? How far can the illuminator be from the waterfall? How far from the wall to where the water hits the pool? In other words, how close does the waterfall have to be to the pool?

A  Answered on 7/10/2006 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

The illuminator and pump can be placed where your exisiting pool pump and filter is located. The further the distance away from your pool, the more more fiber and a higher HP pump you will need. We recommend purchasing an additional pump for a waterfall. If you use the same pump, the waterfall will take away from the existing water circulation and your pool will not be properly filtered. For the basics on how it all works, please visit our Fiber Optic Waterfall Guide: