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Gavita Pro 1000e DE Complete Fixture for 400V Lamp

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Gavita Pro 1000e DE Complete Fixture for 400V Lamp

Preparing The Fixture For Use

  • Switch off the mains power
  • Install the lamp into the fixture (don’t touch it with your bare hands)
  • Hang the lamp by its two mounting points)

Connecting The Fixture To A Gavita Master Controller

  • Use the RJ14 splitters to daisy chain up to 40 fixtures per controller port.
  • Set the dials on the fixtures to EXT (External Control)
  • Connect the controller to the included RJ14 splitter, using the controller’s connection cable
  • Connect one output of the splitter to the RJ14 plug of the fixture by the interconnect cable
  • The indicator light on the ballast will blink when the connection is successful
  • Connect the other splitter output to the following RJ14 splitter with an interconnect cable
  • Repeat this process to connect up to 40 ballasts per controller port

Connecting The Fixture To The Mains

  • Ensure the cord is not coiled and does not touch any hot surfaces.
  • Always use a double throw contactor suitable of switching a capacitive load
  • Never use household timers to switch the fixture, unless protecting it with a contact!
  • If a controller is used, ensure the controller is connected to the fixture.
  • Plug the power cord into the mains.
  • Switch on mains power.

We recommend using a timer (to automate on/off times), and a contact (to protect your timer).


  • Never use the fixture without a lamp or reflector
  • Run your lamps at 100% output for at least 100 hours before dimming them to stabilise your lamp
  • Always disconnect the fixture from the mains and allow lamps to cool for 30 minutes before performing any maintenance
  • Never touch your lamp with bare hands
  • Avoid coiled cords
  • Ensure the power cord and the controller cable do not touch the reflector
  • If external switching gear is used, ensure it can cope with the inrush current of the fixture

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