G Tools Bonanza CMH Grow Cabinet 315 Watt 1m2
Bonanza Grow Cabinet with CMH light Ready to use grow cabinet
Saving energy has become increasingly important lately. People are constantly searching for an alternative to high-pressure sodium lamps that consume a tremendous amount of energy.
This is when the CMH lamp comes in handy. The CMH lamp is not the same as a metal halide lamp. The ceramic components that are incorporated in the glow tube of the lamp can cope with much higher temperatures than the quartz used in the sodium lamps. Due to the higher temperatures in the glow tube and the metal halides, a much more complete spectrum is formed as compared to the sodium lamps. The spectrum of the CMH lamp is closest to that of natural sunlight compared to all other lamps. Higher temperatures can be achieved with a relatively low power consumption. In addition to saving money on energy, it results in much less heat emission, which is optimal for the grow cabinet.
The CMH lamp integrated in the grow cabinet is the Sunkraft 315 Watt lamp with dimmable Lucilu ballast and the Azerwing reflector with the special PGZ18 fitting.
Growing with this energy-efficient lamp offers various benefits. Less power consumption also means less heat. The combination of a good parabolic reflector and the low heat emission of the lamp makes it possible for the lamp to hang up to 25 cm above the crop. This gives enormous light output. The dim function offers the possibility of having the lamp burn at 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 or 100% of its power. This makes the lamp very suitable for use during every phase of plant life.
Like all complete Bonanza 1m2 grow cabinets, this model also has a GT 125 2-stance extractor for extracting warm air from the cabinet. The extractor can be set to stance 1 99% of the time. The 220 m3 air outlet at stance 1 is sufficient enough to keep the cabinet at the right temperature. If it turns out that you need more air discharge, you could set the extractor to stance 2. 360 m3 of air will be removed per hour. Thanks to the muffler at the outlet of the extractor, it will produce very little noise. On the suction-side, the extractor is connected to a Prima Klima carbon filter, which allows the air in the room where the cabinet is located to be clean and odorless. The lifetime of the filter is approximately 1 year and can be replaced rapidly and conveniently.
When the doors of the cabinet are closed and the extractor is running, a vacuum is created in the cabinet. Air is now drawn in from outside the cabinet. Since air is just like water, the easiest way in is taken. This is via the 6 air inlets mounted on the rear of the grow cabinet. These allow the air in, but not the light. The inlets are situated on the bottom of the rear wall. The carbon filter, the air suction point, at the front of the ceiling. This way, a fresh stream of air always flows diagonally through the cabinet past the plants. Due to the reduced pressure, the air can only leave the cabinet via the extractor with the carbon filter. So you don't have to worry about unfiltered and stench coming out of the grow cabinet.
The cabinet has a timer by which the lamp can be switched on and off. There are 3 contacts with continuous voltage on this timer. These can be used for any swivel fans or irrigation systems.