The Maxibright Pro-Select 600w DigiLight Supernova grow light offers great light penetration through foliar cover and optimum light output management from 250w through to 660w.
The Maxibright DigiLight 600w 240v Pro Select Variable Ballast features include the super power mode which can give your lamps up to 10% extra power! Six variable power modes: 250w, 275w super, 400w, 440w super, 600w, 660w super.
Soft start technology which slowly starts your lamp up on a lower current which will improve the life of your lamps.
Developed with new Surge Control® software, when multiple DigiLight Pro® Select power packs are started from the same power supply they will safely ignite your lamps one at a time to reduce electrical surges.
DigiLight Pro Select Power Pack limit the damage to your grow when something unexpected happens like a power cut or surge, fast lamp re-strike safely re-starts your lamp as fast as possible without having to wait for them to cool.
They also have dynamic frequency control, domestic power supplies naturally fluctuate in voltage. Dynamic frequency control regulates the power pack output to your lamps for longer lamp life, efficient lamp output, and no flickering.
The LED status Light can also help you find any fault the power pack has with the diagnostic feature.
The Supernova reflector (59x44x18cm) is a closed-ended reflector made of polished, hammered dimpled anodised aluminum. It is ideal for punching light through relatively dense leaf cover to build yield further down the plant. This grow light is supplied with the high lumen output Sunmaster 600w Dual Spectrum high-pressure sodium lamp to help you gain optimum results from your digital lighting package!
*Please note: We always recommend using the correct/matching wattage lamp to the desired wattage setting on the ballast. You will always obtain best PAR output results from matching the lamp to the ballast wattage I.e use a 250w HPS lamp for the 275w super setting. Please also note: Metal Halide lamps cannot be boosted to the higher wattage of a respective setting. We also do not recommend dimming a 600w HPS lamp down to the lower settings as this can cause lamp failure or at the very least an unbalanced spectrum output from the lamp.