Gavita Pro lights stand head and shoulders above other horticultural lighting products. Innovation and effectiveness are the company watchwords. Their HPS Pro lighting systems are adapted from commercial units for use in a domestic environment, kicking out more micromols of plant-useable light per watt than any other HPS light on the market. Their superb Plasma lights (LEPs) were the first of their type and they’re still the best!

Continuing in their tradition of creating innovative products that really make a difference come the Gavita EL Master Controller units, which respond to the temperature in your grow-space, dimming lighting whenever the environment becomes too hot. This exciting new approach will have a measurable impact on the success of your grow, adding much to the quality and weight of the end-product!

If you’re really serious about growing the best and increasing your yields then Gavita Pro lighting is essential. Giving you the highest efficiency, plant health and final weight. Once you’ve tried these lights you’ll never want to go back to normal grow-lights ever again!

Complete fixture

The integration of ballast and reflector results in a compact fixture. No external lamp wires results in low EMI, which makes it easier to comply with FCC regulations. All our fixtures are FCC compliant.

Horticultural design

Our fixture is not a contraption of a remote ballast and reflector: it is a fixture designed as a complete fixture. The high quality white coating is durable and UV resistant. All the terminals are sealed with gaskets and contact and terminals are high quality.

Balanced fixture

The fixture is balanced, so it can be mounted by just two hanging points. This enables much easier installation by brackets from C-profiles for example.

400V lamp technology for high frequency electronic ballast

The high voltage lamp technology results in a better efficiency of the arc tube: more light for the same power (10-25% more than traditional single ended lamps)! These lamps are best suited for extreme high frequency electronic ballasts, creating a stable arc without acoustic resonance, assuring optimal output and a long lamp life. The smaller arc tube and outer balloon require the lamp to be nitrogen filled instead of vacuum, which prohibits it to be air cooled. Air cooling of the lamp results in lower lamp temperature, which results in sub-optimal light output, up to 15% less than specified. Therefore these lamps are not suitable for direct air cooled fixtures.