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|Sun System® HPS 150 Grow Light Fixture
|Sun System® 2 - Enclosed Ballast System
Plant Lighting Plant Lamps Plant Grow Light Grow Lamps
- Steel powder coated housing.
- Highly reflective German aluminum interior.
- 8 foot grounded power cord.
- Backlit on / off switch.
- Chrome wire mounting hangers.
- Mogul base socket.
- Air-cooled with optional fittings.
- Accepts optional glass.
- Purchase your choice of lamps separately
- Dimensions: 22 1/2” Long x 12 3/4” Wide x 7 1/2” Tall
- 5 Year Warranty
Complete Grow Lamps System: Plant Lighting
This compact easy to use light fixture will work great for
any gardener. The high intensity bulb provides the output
and color spectrum required for successful indoor
gardening. Grow herbs, flowers or fresh vegetables all year,
not just in summer.
Dimensions: 15” x 4½” x 7¼”.
2 Year Warranty.
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|Sun System Digital 250/400
Plant Lighting Plant Lamps Plant Grow Light Grow Lamps
•This state of the art digital fixture will run both 250 & 400 watt
•The integrated Galaxy® electronic ballast allows operation of
both metal halide (MH) and high pressure sodium (HPS) lamps.
•The proprietary Smart Volt® ballast operates at either 120 or 240
volts (120 volt cord included).
•Lightweight (only 15 lbs.) and easy to set up.
•Highly reflective aluminum insert.
•Can be air cooled using optional Universal A/C fitting (#904020).
•Powder coated steel housing is attractive and durable.
•2 year warranty.
Hid Lights- Serious horticulturalists recommend that you replace your lamps after 6000 hours of use. This equates to
using your light 16 hours a day for one year.
Plant Lamps -The size of the garden area will determine the wattage you need. If we assume that the plants will get no
sunlight, a 1000 watt light will cover about 7 x 7 feet of growing area. A 600 watt will cover 6 x 6 feet, a 400 watt will cover 4 x
4 feet, and a 250 watt will cover 3 x 3 feet.
Sun Systems Galaxy Grow lights -These state-of-the-art ballasts are manufactured to provide today’s serious grower with
maximum flexibility & performance. The Galaxy® Select-A-Watt® is the preferred “dimmable” electronic ballast on the
market. The Galaxy® brand name carries a strong reputation of reliability and performance.
Indoor Gardening Lights -HID lighting stands for High Intensity Discharge, which is a special type of lighting that is much
more intense (brighter) than other types of lighting available. An HID lighting system consists of a ballast, reflector, socket and
lamp (light bulb). The ballast acts like the engine, converting and driving energy to illuminate the lamp. HID lighting options
include High Pressure Sodium (HPS), Metal Halide (MH), Mercury Vapor and Low Pressure Sodium. The two typically used
for plant growth are HPS and MH systems.
Eye Hortilux Grow lamps -HID lamps (Metal Halide & High Pressure Sodium) are high power light sources used for a
number of applications. EYE HORTILUX™ HID lamps (light bulbs) are manufactured specifically for indoor horticulture
applications to supply artificial light for indoor plant growth. Unlike incandescent light bulbs, HID lamps DO NOT have a
filament. The name “High Intensity Discharge” helps tell the story. HID lamps are electrical discharge lamps. This is very
similar to the arcing of a lightning strike, only much lower in terms of power and much longer in time.
SunMaster Hid bulbs -Sunmaster® provides the largest, most comprehensive supply of HID lamps specifically tailored for
the hydroponic and horticultural industries. Simply stated, Sunmaster® lamps deliver intense light output with nutritional
spectral values which provide a full spectrum grow lights. Proper lighting is a key ingredient in promoting robust, healthy
growth as well as meeting the needs of various plant growth phases through optimized spectral outputs.
Grow Lamp Bulbs -Lumen is a measurement of light output. It refers to the amount of light emitted by one candle that falls
on one square foot of surface located at a distance of one foot from the candle. Traditionally, lumens have been the
benchmark of a lamps ability to grow plants; meaning the brighter the lamp the better the plant. However, studies have shown
that a broader color spectrum lamp will perform much better than a lamp with high lumen output, especially when it comes to
Metal Halide Light Fixtures -MH lamps provide more of the blue/green spectrum, which is ideal for leafy crops, and/or
plants that are in a vegetative (actively growing) stage. MH lamps provide a more natural appearance in color and are typically
the choice for plants that have little to no natural light available.
Spectralux T5 Plant Lamps -These high quality T5 HO lamps are excellent for all indoor gardening applications. Use the color of your
choice for the growth phase of your plants. Mix & match for a full spectrum effect.
Sodium Lighting -HPS lamps provide more yellow/orange/red spectrum, which is ideal for most plants that are actively
fruiting and flowering. In addition, HPS lighting is the choice for growers looking to supplement natural sunlight. Ideally, the
horticulturalist will use MH to grow their plants and HPS to fruit and flower their plants.
Hid Lights -HID lighting stands for High Intensity Discharge, which is a special type of lighting that is much more intense
(brighter) than other types of lighting available. An HID lighting system consists of a ballast, reflector, socket and lamp (light
1000 watt hps -For example, a 940 watt conversion lamp is an HPS lamp that runs on a 1000 watt Metal Halide Ballast.
There are also MH lamps that are designed to operate on HPS ballasts
400 watt metal halide bulb -a 400 watt will cover 4 x 4 feet, the internal components of 400 watt and 430 watt ballasts are
almost identical. You will only get 400 watts of light out of the 430 watt lamp, however.
Hps Grow Light System -HID lighting options include High Pressure Sodium (HPS), HPS lighting is the choice for
growers looking to supplement natural sunlight. Ideally, the horticulturalist will use MH to grow their plants and HPS to fruit
and flower their plants. Serious horticulturalists recommend that you replace your lamps after 6000 hours of use. This
equates to using your light 16 hours a day for one year.
Growing Lights -The more intensity (quantity) of light the better your plants will grow. By increasing wattages you are
increasing the intensity or quantity of light available for your plants. As light levels increase environmental concerns must be
monitored (heat, CO2, humidity, and nutrient supply).