- 400W Metal Halide Digital Ballast - Reef Brite
The perfect ballast for Reef Brite Metal Halide Pendants and many others.
Compatible with all 400W metal halide lamps.
- Dimmable 1-10V
- Connects directly to Reef Brite Reflectors
Digital ballasts are easily the best ballasts you can find for metal halide lamps. The digital processor inside of the ballast will automatically detect the type of bulb, and the start mode that will allow it to fire properly. Once the lamp is fired and running the ballast will also set the proper power output to the lamp for the best color and intensity.
Reef Brite Digital Ballasts are fully dimmable through any 1-10V controller like an Apex. The ballasts use true incremental dimming instead of variable wattage like other leading ballasts. Incremental dimming allows you to ramp up the lamp up and down manually through your controller. We do recommend running the lamp for 1 week before using the dimming feature, allowing the bulb to "burn-in" giving the lamp a much longer lifespan.
Input Voltage - 100-150 VAC
Input Current - 3.55A
Input Power - 412w
Power Factor - >.98%
Dimmable - 1-10V control input
1x 400W Digital Metal Halide Ballast
Note: 1-10V controller required for dimming capabilities.
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I was not able to find any mention of this bulb supporting 250 watt bulbs so I would have to say that it will not detect the different bulb wattage. If you need an adjustable ballast check out the Luxcore which will handle both 250 and 400 watt bulbs.
The manufacturer lists the measurements of the ballast at 15” x 8.75” x 4.5” and our system has the weight listed at 10lbs.
The color of the bulb is likely to vary a bit as it is dimmed but that is going to depend entirely on the bulb. A Radium for instance will often burn whiter at higher wattage and bluer and lower wattage.
The Reef Brite ballast will work with the Cayman sun reflector but will require a bit of rewiring since the plugs don't match up. We recommend the Luxcore because of its flexibility and because most Hamilton reflectors plug directly into it.