Bulb Hal 1000W Blue Hortilux-Free Shipping

MSRP:$239.95  Our Price: $164.88Save: $75.07

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Designed to provide a fully-balanced light spectrum that replicates natural sunlight. The exclusive Iwasaki/EYE chemistry provides levels of red, blue, and green spectral energy optimizing plant growth and yield. Hortilux-Blue lamps are used professionally in plant physiological research and biotechnology/pharmacology industries.

  • Model: HX57945
  • Shipping Weight: 9lbs
  • Brand: Eye Hortilux
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Q: Which lamps are recommended for use in the Phantom and Lumatek digital ballasts?
A: Most lamp brands distributed by Hydrofarm are approved for use in the Phantom digital ballasts. Sun Pulse and Plantmax lamps are the preferred lamp brands for use in the Phantoms. NOTE: Many "blue", "super blue", or dual arc tube bulbs will work intermittently with Phantoms and Lumateks. Try to avoid using these bulbs with our digital ballasts.

Q: Why is my Hortilux bulb not working with my Lumatek or Phantom ballast?
A: Hortilux Blue Daylight Metal Halide bulbs are not compatible with Lumatek or Phantom digital ballasts. A magnetic ballast is recommended for these. If you have problems with other Metal Halide bulbs and our digital ballasts, try using a MH conversion bulb.

Q: My new bulb isn't lighting up, or only lights up sometimes. How can I fix this problem?
A: The problem might be a bad connection in the mogul socket. Make sure to disconnect the unit from the power supply, and then look inside the mogul socket for a metal tab. Pry this tab upwards a little bit to make better contact with the bulb base.

Q: What is the importance of color temperature ratings (Kelvin) on bulbs? i.e(3K, 6.4K, etc.)
A: Kelvin is a unit of measure that rates color temperature of a light source. Lower Kelvin temperatures will display deeper hues of red and orange light. Higher Kelvin temperatures emit deeper concentrations of blue light. The difference of each stimulates growth in plants depending on the phase of production. Ex. use lower K for fruiting/blooming/flowering and higher K for leaf/chlorophyll production.

Q: How often should I replace my grow bulbs?
A: Whether fluorescent, sodium, or halide, we recommend to replace light system bulbs every 1 to 1.5 years if ran for a minimum of 12 hours per day. Although they may still ignite for multiple years, quality of light to the plants has degraded after this time of continuous use.
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