Ballast Nanolux CMH315W+ 4KLamp+ Reflector

Ballast Nanolux CMH315W+ Reflector and MH Max Par CMH315W 4K Lamp sold as a kit.
Code: BALNANOCMH315W
Availability: Limited Stock
$ 750.00

The hottest technology in energy efficient HID lighting is now available from Nanolux Technology Inc. Ceramic Metal Halide, or CMH for short (some refer to it as CDM), is becoming more popular in the horticultural industry. The CMH lamps have a very broad light spectrum which is more similar to the sun itself than any other form of HID lamp. We have taken CMH technology and increased its operational efficiency, making the most comprehensive spectrum of light output for an HID fixture even better. The CMH lamps also have increased efficiency in AR/Watt compared to other forms of HID lighting. The CMH fixture can be used as a primary veg light; a primary light for SOG applications; or a supplemental full spectrum light for large flowering operations.

CMH 315 Single Lamp Fixture vertical mounting position provides an even-light footprint. Can be used with any 315W 3K or 4K horticultural CMH lamps from all leading quality brands.

Details

CMH lamps have a very broad light spectrum which is more similar to the sun itself than any other form of HID lamp. Nanolux has taken CMH technology and increased its operational efficiency, making the most comprehensive spectrum of light output for an HID fixture even better. The CMH lamps also have increased efficiency in PAR/Watt compared to other forms of HID lighting. The CMH fixture can be used as a primary veg light or a supplemental full spectrum light. 

  • Output Power: 315W
  • Input Voltage: 120-240
  • Input Current: 2.6/1.3A
  • Bulb: SE
  • Dimming Settings: None
  • PF: >0.99
  • THDI: <10%
  • CF: <1.7
  • Weight: 5.9lbs
  • Size: 16.5”X16.5”X12.6”
  • Input Frequency: 50/60

Click below for instructions and tech sheet

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Just a couple of pics from the Hi-PAR vs Nanolux trial at Pakenham. Reports so far is that the Nanolux is considerably better. Runs cooler than the Hi-par and fruits under the Nanolux are fatter. The leaves are horizontal not drooping like the Hi-PAR. More visible red light from the nanolux too!

As the photos below show, there is not a lot in it but there seems to be more fruit and slightly more foliage all round under the Nanolux.

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