g22

Double 315w cmh dimlux problem

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I tried to repair my double cmh dimlux but I am not electronic engineer.

one of the 2 bulbs will not start its will be on 1 bulb For the next grow 

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The only adventage of the electronic ballast is that they can dim the power .

 

I plan one day  to change my set up for a hybride ballast cdm 315w its like a vsa ballast  and only 60€ not dimmable maybe more reliable

 

 

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Hi @g22 

 

CMH how did it compare to the light you were running, and what type was it?

 

Currently thinking of getting one, only the single bulb though.

 

jane.:girlwink:

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@Mama Jane

I use the cmh in my last grow they give very good result but some problème  with the ballast i totaly open the ballast to test .

one side of the ballast  not start for the price i pay  I am very disappointed its awsome that you can put a lot of lamp on a computer to make sunrise and  sunset  they dim intensity automaticly but my cmh 630w burn 2-3 bulbe after a few mounth of work and one of the  two side  alredy not start  

The electronic  hps work very good no probleme  

But next time i  make it more basic but i keep use the 315w bulb for sure

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That's bad luck with the lamp you had great results in the last grow.

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