277v Commercial Digital Greenhouse 315w CMH Dimmable Fixture
The 277v Commercial Digital Greenhouse 315 watt ceramic metal halide dimmable fixture provides a high-performing and economical CMH lighting solution for commercial horticultural applications. Featuring advanced square-wave ballast technology and a super-reflective 4-sided hood, the DG 315 watt CMH fixture operates specialty CMH bulbs with peak efficiency for maximum growth. Plug and play design that can be hung or surface mounted allows for quick setup, even in large commercial spaces. Take advantage of all of the benefits of CMH lighting such as better efficiency and improved spectrum, and boost your harvests with the Digital Greenhouse all-in-one 315w CMH fixture!
DIMMABLE CONTROL – The Digital Greenhouse 315w CMH is one of the first grow lights of its kind to offer the flexibility of dimming control. Dynamic lighting better serves dynamic plant growth, not only improving the growing environment but also reducing the impact on the environment as a whole. With 50%, 75%, 100%, and 110% settings, the DG 315 watt dimmable system provides the ability to properly adapt to growing conditions giving it a distinct advantage vs comparable lights in terms of efficiency and flexibility.
Fixture Specs & Features
- Measures (max): 17.875″L x 9.875″W x 10″H
- Power draw: 355 watts / 1.33 amps @ 277v (max)
- Dimmable Settings: 50%, 75%, 100%, 110%
- Operates on 277v power
- Includes 10′ power cord with NEMA L7-15P twist-lock plug
- Socket Type: PGZ18 (bi-pin)
- For use with 315w CMH bulbs only
- ETL listed
- 2-year fixture warranty
Q: CMH, CDM, LEC Grow Lights – What’s the difference?
A: Actually, these are all just different terms used for ceramic metal halide grow lights. Light-emitting-ceramic (LEC) is simply a manufacturer-specific line of ceramic metal halide (CMH) grow lights, while CMH is the general term for this type of light. Ceramic discharge metal halide, or CDM, is simply an extended term for CMH. To learn more about CMH including different types, benefits, and more, check out – The Grower’s Guide to CMH!