Sunmaster Lamps

Sunmaster Lamps

from £19.95

400 Watt Sunmaster Sodium Lamp

£19.95
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600 Watt Sunmaster Sodium Lamp

£22.95
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1000 Watt Sunmaster Sodium Lamp

£54.95
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Overview

Sunmaster Lamps are becoming increasingly popular as more and more people continue to achieve impressive results by experimenting with them. This superior selection of full spectrum bulbs produce light from the blue spectrum in addition to the orange/red output of a normal sodium lamp, consequently promoting exceptional growth over the entire lifespan of your plants! Using just the one lamp from start to finish also cuts costs too!

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To find out how Sunmaster Lamps measure up against other lamps in our range, see the table below:

 

Grow Lamp Information

Lamp Spectrum Purpose Replace
Philips Greenpower Lamps Full Spectrum Vegetative and Flowering Stage Every 6-9 Months
SOLAAR Lamps Full Spectrum Vegetative and Flowering Stage Every 6 Months
Grolux Lamps Full Spectrum Vegetative and Flowering Stage Every 4 Months
Sunmaster Lamps Full Spectrum Vegetative and Flowering Stage Every 5 Months
Sodium Lamps Orange/Red Flowering Stage Every 6 Months
Metal Halide Lamps Blue Vegetative Stage Every 9 Months
Q & A

Questions and Answers (3)

how far away should the 250watt light be from 3 week old seedlings in the 120X120X200cm tent with a fan
We would recommend that the light be 140cm above these plants, this can be reduced to approx 90cm as the plants become established, & further reduced to 60cm when the plants are mature.

Written by MH | 9 Sep 2011

Can this lamp be used with the lumatek "super lumens" switch?
These lamps can be used with the Lumatek ballast, the super lumen swith will work with any HPS bulb, we would not recommend using the Super Lumen switch with a metal halide bulb.

Written by Chris | 29 Jul 2011

Can I use a 600W bulb with a 400W ballast?
We would stongly advise against this, you should always use the same wattage bulb as the ballast you are using. In the case of the dimmable ballasts, the bulb should be the same as the setting.

Written by SD | 26 May 2011


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