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Gavita Pro W 150 DE

Sometimes you need a little less light, but you want to keep using high efficiency 750 W or 1000 W fixtures. Sometimes in very large rooms you height is limited. In that case a wide reflector, such as the W 150 DE, a double ended reflector with a 150 degree beam angle, solves your problems.  more/less

A wide reflector is not suitable for a smaller room, because it causes more losses on your walls, reducing the average light levels and the efficiency of your light installation. Here are the typical applications for a wide reflector:
  • In a large (vegetative) room where you use lower light levels, you want to spread the light of your fixture in a uniform way over a larger surface. The wide reflector allows you to do so. 
  • When you combine HPS with plasma light in a vegetative room, you replace part of the HPS light with plasma light. Depending on the ratio of plasma/HPS fixtures you will need to spread your HPS light over a larger surface. A wide reflector allows you to still use a high-power fixture, reducing the initial investment, installation costs and re-lamping costs while getting a perfect uniform lighting. 
  • In a large flowering room with limited height, the wide reflector allows you to come closer to the crop. 
It’s not easy to define what the standard spread of the reflector is, as it is used at various intensities.
In a large room in general though the configuration is very similar to a HR96 when you need the same light levels. The added advantage of the wide reflector is a better uniformity maintenance over distance, while getting a bit closer to the crop, through a much wider overlap. 
You can achieve the same light intensities and the almost the same uniformity with the HR96, but at a bit more distance to the crop, so you need more height for that. When you need lower intensities, for example when combining with the plasma light in a vegetative room,  the wide reflector is in most cases the best choice for DE lamps. 
Specific room dimensions may ask for creative solutions, as not all rooms have perfect dimensions for light. Always have a Gavita light engineer make you a lighting plan, which is a free service for committed customers.

Features & Benefits

  • Miro aluminum reflector
    Our HR96 reflector is made of a very high grade Miro aluminum which provides optimal reflectance of light to your crop. This is the reflector of choice for horticultural growers world-wide, to provide uniform light in an overlapping plan with great plant penetration from all sides. The reflector is a medium wide reflector, providing optimal horizontal penetration of the crop. Remember: the sun is never straight above plants, they do need light at an angle for optimal penetration.
  • Replaceable reflector
    Our bracket is designed to be able to change you reflector quickly. Miro aluminum can not easily be cleaned, and when you clean it, it will never be as good as a new reflector. We recommend to change reflectors every year in a “dirty” environment (dust, foggers, sprays) or every two years in a clean environment.

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  • Reflector Material:vega / MIRO® aluminum
  • Article Number:30.26.13.00
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Gavita fixtures have been designed so you can easily change your reflector. Depending on how clean your room is, you should change your reflector every year or two years for the best results.

Maintenance of your fixture is important. Changing the lamp once a year and regularly changing your reflector is part of that. In this video we show you what is the best procedure to do this.

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Typical applications for 750W lamps are vegetative rooms, combinations with plasma lighting, smaller rooms with lower intensity and rooms with a limited distance to the crop. 
Gavita was the first to introduce a 750W double ended lamp and fixture for horticulture, increasing the efficiency of single ended 750W fixtures by about 20-30%. They are now the standard in horticultural lighting for 750W systems. 
Gavita pioneered the use of double ended lamps in this industry. These professional lamps offer you the highest output and light maintenance in the market today. Backed by decades of horticultural experience, Gavita recommends these lamps for use in her professional fixtures in horticulture. 
Our DE lamps output 15-35% more PAR light than traditional single ended lamps and have a much better light maintenance, which means that you only have to change your lamps once a year. 
The double ended construction enables the arc tube to be in stable the center of your reflector, for optimal optical placement. No more sagging heavy lamps in your reflector that destroy the throw of your fixture.  The absence of a frame wire further increases the output and uniformity. 
The  narrow lamp reduces interference with reflected light from the reflector. It is nitrogen filled instead of vacuum, allowing the arc tube to be smaller while maintaining the correct arc tube temperature. You should not use our double ended lamps in direct air cooled fixtures, as they cool under the optimal temperature, reducing the output considerable. 
The smaller arc tube results in a higher light density than single ended lamps, improving the penetration of your crop.
Higher light output results in lower infra-red output, as energy in a lamp is converted to light and heat: The more light, the less heat is generated.

Gavita Pro Plus 1000W 400V info

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The double ended construction enables the arc tube to be in stable the center of your reflector, for optimal optical placement. No more sagging heavy lamps in your reflector that destroy the throw of your fixture. The absence of a frame wire further increases the output and uniformity.
The  narrow lamp reduces interference with reflected light from the reflector. It is nitrogen filled instead of vacuum, allowing the arc tube to be smaller while maintaining the correct arc tube temperature. You should not use our double ended lamps in direct air cooled fixtures, as they cool under the optimal temperature, reducing the output considerable.
The smaller arc tube results in a higher light density than single ended lamps, improving the penetration of your crop.
Higher light output results in lower infra-red output, as energy in a lamp is converted to light and heat: The more light, the less heat is generated. 
Always make sure that you run lamps at 100% for at least 100 hours to stabilize the lamps, before you dim or boost the lamps.