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bulb HPS Osram nav-t 4y 600 W , growth and flowering , socket E40

The bulb Osram Nav-T 4y 600 watt provides a spectrum of light 22% more intense than a HPS bulb standard.

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Osram has played a key role in advancing lighting technology. In the past, automotive projection innovation - for example based on filaments, halogen, or high pressure discharge technologies. The change in technology has been increasingly impacting and disrupting the value chain of lighting. Today, to follow the energy transition, this light manufacturer plans to both expand its expertise in chip production and enhance its innovative strength in the field of new applications in the spectrum of visible light and Invisible - such as laser lights in automotive lighting or light-based sensors in safety technology - so that Osram continues to be a global benchmark in the field of lighting.

The bulb Osram Nav-T 4y 600 watt provides a spectrum of light 22% more intense than a HPS bulb standard.
She radiates an intensity of 90 000 lumens and spectrum ideal for flowering (2000 °K), covering an optimum size of 120 cm2.

To be used only with a ballast of 600W.

90 000 lumens

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Not compatible with electronic ballasts

Ecotax0.20
Puissance (Watts)600
Type d'ampouleHPS
Phase d'utilisation conseilléeTous
Spectre de couleurs (K°)2000
Surface de culture max (m²)1

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Osram has played a key role in advancing lighting technology. In the past, automotive projection innovation - for example based on filaments, halogen, or high pressure discharge technologies. The change in technology has been increasingly impacting and disrupting the value chain of lighting. Today, to follow the energy transition, this light manufacturer plans to both expand its expertise in chip production and enhance its innovative strength in the field of new applications in the spectrum of visible light and Invisible - such as laser lights in automotive lighting or light-based sensors in safety technology - so that Osram continues to be a global benchmark in the field of lighting.