The Raptor 1000W Double-Ended Reflector combines the proven performance and design quality of our Raptor with the amazing intensity of DE lighting. The Raptor's super-wide light spread complements the high PAR output of DE lamps by distributing it with brightness and uniformity to your entire grow space. The Raptor DE provides ideal primary light coverage for up to a 4' x 6' area (depending on desired PAR levels).
The Raptor DE Reflector features a powder-coated outer enclosure, 95% reflective European hammertone aluminum interior, Vossloh-Schwabe KS12 x 30s DE lamp holders, and integrated hangers.
Does the Mondo reflector have attached flanges and a lens system?
The Mondo Reflector has louvered flange covers that must be removed in order to attach the included 6" flanges. A lens system is included with the packaging as well to complete the air-cooling functionality.
Why is my Sunburst system making a loud noise when the toggle switch is in the "None" position?
The "None" position simply indicates that the system is operating in neither HPS nor MH mode. This light system should NEVER be plugged in or receive power when the toggle switch is in the "None" position. Doing so may cause damage to
Which SKU's apply to the Radiant reflector lens systems?
RDUNLENS - replacement lens for the current RDUN model with integrated hangers and built in lamp cord. The unit has side slots for the lens rather than a bracket system. lens only RDLENSYS contains (2) brackets and a lens specifically for the older mod
My lamp, ballast and reflector combination is not working. How can I fix this?
For traditional mogul type lamp systems: 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 be
What are the white plastic pieces and bolts that come with my Dual Raptor used for?
The white plastic pieces are meant to support and protect the cord in the slotted duct flange (two per lamp cord). The six screws are to secure the cordset/mogul to the cordset bracket inside the fixture (three per mogul).