Phantom 50 Series, DE Enclosed Lighting System, 1000W 480V The Commercial DE Enclosed Lighting System features state-of-the-art double-ended technology that uniformly delivers optimum PAR value over a broad footprint. At the heart of this system is the PHB5030 480V Phantom Commercial DE Ballast with USB Interface. Its USB interface enables connection with the Autopilot PX1 Digital Lighting Controller. PHB5030 Ballast features: USB interface provides full compatibility with Autopilot PX1 Digital Lighting Controller High-precision microprocessor control Six-way wattage output control: 600W, 750W, 825W, 1000W, and 1150W + PX1 control mode 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 Includes a pre-wired 8' 600V 16 AWG power cord with NEMA L8-20P twist lock plug Includes 15' USB-RJ12 Controller Cable Pack Enclosed Reflector features: Double-ended system delivers higher PAR value with excellent uniformity Patented open roof design for ideal lamp operational temperature Premium aluminum European hammertone interior: 99.85% pure, 95% reflectivity Directs light down in a focused pattern Compact design minimizes interference with sun in greenhouse applications Excellent efficiency at higher mounting heights Requires fewer reflectors to meet desired light levels Compounding performance in multi-light configurations European-made VS K12 x 30s high temperature lamp holders Patent pending reflector design Premium DE lamp features: High proportions of red and blue light guarantee efficient photosynthesis Excellent PAR output (2100 µmol/s) Quartz glass outer jacket for superior optical quality Lamp design eliminates shadowing from arc tube support Designed for use with Hydrofarm and PARsource high frequency DE fixtures and ballasts IMPORTANT: Line conditioning equipment to control input voltage must be used in order to avoid damage to the ballasts. Contact us for more information.