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315w Philips MASTERColour CDM Elite 930 (Red) Lamp

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Cutting edge lamps which generate a greater level of useable plant light (photosynthetically active radiation). CDM lamps operate with blinding intensity, take one look and you will understand. The Philips MasterColour CDM Elite Agro Lamp spectrum contains extra red producing top quality growth during the flowering cycle.

  • Unrivaled intensity that’s visible to the naked eye
  • Perfect for both supplementary and standalone lighting
  • Highly efficient – puts out 1.9 micromole (umol) per watt of electricity
  • Extremely high PAR levels

315w Philips MASTERColour CDM Agro (red) lamp x 1

The 315w Philips MASTERColour CDM Agro (red) Lamp has a lumen output of 36000 the majority of which is in the red part of the spectrum making them ideal for flowering creating plants with densely packed fruits and flowers setting them on a course to heavy yields.

The Philips 315w lamp is a special lamp because of its exceptionally high PAR output and its extra long life (20000 hrs.) the intensity of this lamp is noticeably brighter than HPS equivalents. The near Daylight colour spectrum given by this lamp will produce high yielding and healthy plants because plants have evolved with the broad spectrum of light wavelengths provided by natural sunlight.

With traditional HPS and Metal Halide lighting, red and blue wavelengths are enhanced to promote different growth stages such as vegetative and flowering. While this is beneficial, plants grown under a full spectrum throughout their growth cycle benefit from a more natural quality of light proven to prevent stretching and encourage higher quality growth.

Daylight spectrum also allows a more natural formation of branch internodes (less far apart) for increased plant mass. Horticultural lamp light output will decrease with use. It’s recommended that growers replace lamps at regular intervals to maintain optimum yields.

 Note – As soon as lamps are switched on they will run extremely hot. Before handling, lights should be switched off the ballast disconnected and allowed to cool down. All high-intensity lamps need to be handled with care, avoid touching the lamp and particular, care should be taken when using sprays or liquids around hot lamps as this may cause failure or explosion.

IDEAL FOR – Flowering