Phantom Commercial 1000W Double-Ended Digital Ballast w/USB interface - HPS, 208-240v
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Original price $409.95 - Original price $409.95
$409.95 - $409.95
Current price $409.95
Phantom double-ended technology drives maximum PAR value! The engineering excellence of Phantom ballasts is now incorporated into our new Phantom Commercial DE ballasts. Their high-frequency design is optimized for double-ended 1000W HPS lamps, and they feature a highly precise microprocessor and four-way output control. Totally silent, efficient and lightweight, they will power all doubled-ended reflectors on the market. All 40 Series DE ballasts are fully compatible with the Autopilot PX1 Digital Lighting Controller (APDPX1). The PX1 provides centralized, dual-zone digital control of your DE lighting, allowing you to switch, dim and boost multiple (USB-compatible) Hydrofarm ballasts at once—up to 256 in each of two independent zones for a total capacity of 512 ballasts. This model (PHB4015) is capable of dual-voltage operation (208V/240V), is generator ready, FCC-compliant, and comes with instructions, USB to RJ12 cable, RJ12 to RJ12 cable, RJ12 splitter, and an 8-foot power cord. FEATURES High-precision microprocessor control Four-way dimming: 60%, 75%, 100%, and Super Boost (1150W lamp output) USB interface provides full compatibility with Autopilot PX1 Digital Lighting Controller Robust commercial design Superior reliability LED status indicator Internal RF shielding Patented ignition control End of lamp life signal Auto-restrike feature protects valuable lamps from damaging power interruptions Cooling fins for maximum heat dissipation Suitable for use in damp locations Features an IEC power connection and comes with a 8' 240V 16/3 AWG power cord FCC-compliant * Remote (detached) use of reflectors with Phantom ballasts from the PHB4015 line should only be done with Hydrofarm brand reflectors having a built-in 15' cord. The use of additional lamp extension cords, plug adapters, and non-Hydrofarm reflectors may not work with Phantom ballasts in remote applications.