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Gavita Pro 300 LEP-01 Air Cooled Plasma Vegetative Spectrum

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$1,449.95
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$1,199.88 (You save $250.07)
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The Gavita Pro 300 LEP AC produces light with an extreme high CRI of 94. The closed air cooled (AC) version requires forced cooling. The AC version is installed in a 150 mm pipe, enabling easy installation of flexible ducting. It can be used for simulation of sunlight conditions in climate rooms (41.02 emitter), to provide additional spectrum lighting in greenhouses when there is not enough natural sunlight available to complement HPS (41.02 emitter). The Gavita Pro 300 LEP ACis a solid state horticultural plasma light fixture. There are no moving parts in the fully sealed housing, improving the reliability. The glass wide spectrum filter allows for low quantities UVA and UVB light to pass while shielding you and your corp form UVC. The MIRO aluminum reflector delivers an even square light pattern. Housing sealed with Gor-Tex ventilation plug. Coverage area at 1' distance is 3' x 3' and at 1' 4" distance is a 4' x 4' coverage area.

- Gavita Pro 300 Light Emitting Plasma 01 AC has 17,000 lumens, 300 µMol/sec, 30K lamp life and 5600K color that has a higher red content.
- Gavita Pro 300 Light Emitting Plasma 02 AC has 21,000 lumens, 310 µMol/sec, 50K lamp life and 5750K color that has a higher blue content.

These are 300 watt fixtures with 1.25 amps at 240 Volts. Suitable for 120-240 Volt. 16' cord with Wieland RST and NEMA 6-15 plug. 3 year warranty.

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  1. Amazing light 4 Star Review

    Posted by on Mar 14th 2014

    Stays cool, looks cool. We'll see how it does