The answer to full spectrum light requirements without the unreliability of Plasma, the lamps used by the d-Papillon are more efficient and give more light per watt than PLASMA that irradiate the far-red and UV spectrum. The d-Papillon fixture consists of an ultra-durable electronic ballast which has a 50,000 hours average rated life with a 90% survival rate.
The average rated life of the Daylight and Agro bulbs are 16,000 hours with 80% light-output remaining.
The design of the reflector allows for easy removal, for cleaning and lamp replacement and uses a safety cover that provides a thermal buffer between the hot reflector material and any objects that it may come in contact with. The protective cover reduces the surface heat from 200°c down to 70°c!
Why Use d-Papillon 315w
- Open reflector concept
- 315w ultra-high frequency ballast
- Choice of Daylight or Agro 315w CMH lamps
- Higher density Vega aluminium reflector with only 1% annual depreciation
- Patented open reflector design increases efficiency to 95%, promoting longer bulb life due to reduced heat build up
- Driver efficiency> 95%.
- 3 Year warranty on fixture, 1 year on bulb
How To Use d-Papillon 315w
The open Reflector Concept. Lights Interaction’s patented reflectors have a yield of 95% (measured in a laboratory certified by the British Standardisation Institute). Using a completely different production process, Lights Interaction is able to use a reflector material of a high surface density and ultra-high reflection capacity. The reflector is designed to reduce the ‘heating-up’ of the lamp to the minimum possible extent. As a result, there is a lower drop in the light output of the lamp in the course of its life. In short, our reflector produces more light (light output of 95%- Light Output Ratio), a broader beam of growth light that penetrates deeper into the plant and lower lamp luminosity rate thanks to a relatively low reflector temperature.
The values achieved by these reflectors are as much as 10% higher than conventional reflectors, resulting in more PAR light to the canopy while trapping considerably less heat, which is allowed to rise away from the canopy more efficiently.