315w CDM Euro Reflector Lighting Kits

From £205.00

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with Lumatek Full Spectrum (4200K) Lamp

  • 1 x Maxibright Daylight CDM 315w Ballast
  • 1 x Euro Reflector
  • 1 x 315w CDM Lamp Adaptor
  • 1 x Lumatek CDM Lamps - 315w - Full Spectrum (4200K)

£205.00

with Lumatek Agro (3100K) Lamp

  • 1 x Maxibright Daylight CDM 315w Ballast
  • 1 x Euro Reflector
  • 1 x 315w CDM Lamp Adaptor
  • 1 x Lumatek CDM Lamps - 315w - Agro (3100K)

£205.00

with Philips Daylight (4200K) Lamp

  • 1 x Maxibright Daylight CDM 315w Ballast
  • 1 x Euro Reflector
  • 1 x 315w CDM Lamp Adaptor
  • 1 x Philips MASTERColour Ceramic Metal Halide 315w Bulbs - Daylight (Full Spectrum)

£225.00

with Philips Agro (3000K) Lamp

  • 1 x Maxibright Daylight CDM 315w Ballast
  • 1 x Euro Reflector
  • 1 x 315w CDM Lamp Adaptor
  • 1 x Philips MASTERColour Ceramic Metal Halide 315w Bulbs - Agro (Flowering)

£225.00

I currently run a 600W dual spectrum HPS with digital ballast in a 1.2x1.2x2.0 tent. Would two of these increase or decrease the heat in the room , and if so by how much. Really interested in running both the 3000k & 4000k together. Thanks. Kind regards Dean.

 

Yes you could run two 315w kits in a 1.2m2 area. Unfortunately you would not lower the temperature compared to your current 600w set up as your are going to be running 630w in total so the heat produced would be basically the same. There would however be several benefits; you will certainly be able to increase your yield from your current 600w setup as the 315w lamps have a greater PAR output. 630w CMH lighting is the equivalent of around 900w HPS lighting in terms of PAR output. Your quality will also be hugely increased due to the full spectrum of light and increased UV-A and UV-B.


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