The hottest technology in energy efficient HID lighting is now available from Nanolux. Ceramic Metal Halide, or CMH for short, is becoming very 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 PAR/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.
In addition, Nanolux CMH fixtures are compatible with the Nanolux Cloud Control System (NCCS), allowing for precision control of all devices in a grow room through its simple and intuitive computer software program.
NOTE: CMH 315W lamp sold separately. Choose from either Philips or Nanolux lamps, in either 3100K or 4100K versions.
- NCCS Compatible
- Fully sealed ballast is top mounted
- CMH 315 Single Lamp Fixture with vertical mounting position provides an even-light footprint
- 97% German reflective material
- Meets ETL Standards
- Nanolux CMH fixtures can be used with any 315W 3100K or 4200K horticultural CMH lamp from all leading brands
- Power Factor: greater than equal to 0.99
- THD: greater than equal to 10%
- CF: less than 1.7
- Input Frequency: 50-60Hz
- Voltage: 120-240V
- Lamp Base: PGZX18
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|Dimensional/Billable Weight (lbs)||6|
|Actual Product Weight||5.9|
|Vendor Item #||CMHNC-A-315F|
|Bulb Type||CMH (Ceramic Metal Halide)|
|Ships in Multiple Boxes||No|
|Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price||$302.00|
- I'm not sure how to feel about this...
So, two 400watt Black Dog Phytomaxmax 2s with this fixture in between. I scrogged the plants so the limbs with the brightest future would end up under this lamp. I had 2 plants. Both from seed, i harvested the first and wound up with 10.7oz. The second is much larger, still waiting for a final number.
I didn't see anything different really. Trichomes were frosty, but nothing out of the ordinary. During harvest gloves were manditory, but again nothing too crazy. Now this could be due to the strains, maybe I would have ended up with less. I'm really not sure, so I won't trash this thing.
I've spent a ton on lights. I've had Spectrum King, G8, 2 styles of Platinum, Black Dogs, and some giant CFLs for new growth. It's clear this light can grow plants, and it's not too expensive, maybe the larger model would be a better buy so the footprint is a little better. (Posted on 3/22/2018)
- Good stuff
I presently have this unit flanked by my BDs. The plants are scrogged with as many tops as possible pointed towatd the CMH in the middle. I just went 12 and 12 the plants are digging the light. (Posted on 1/5/2018)