The popular wing reflector by Adjust-A-Wings, makes almost any lamp more efficient! The Avenger Medium set with heat shield super-spreader.
The Adjust-A-Wings Avenger Medium's glass coating increases light reflection by up to 97%. Constructed in the same way as the "Enforcer" model, this reflector illuminates evenly, which enables optimal surface illumination and light output.
The complementary heat shield super-spreader means that the Adjust-A-Wing can be positions even closer to the plants as would otherwise be possible, as far fewer HotSpots (concentrates light areas) occur. Furthermore, the various setup options for the steel wires means that the illuminated area can be flexibly adjusted to suit the grow area.
Overview of the features of the Adjust-A-Wings Avenger (Medium):
- Highly reflective Mylar interior sheeting
- includes frame and heat shield super-spreader
- optimal light and heat distribution
- hardly any energy loss
- suitable for HPS and metal halide lamps 250-600W
- suitable for CFL lights with e40 bulb holders
Note: An electronic ballast is also required to operate this reflector when using HPS or metal halide lamps. When using CFL lights, a suitable moisture resistant cable is needed.
Please remove the protective blue film from the reflector before operating it.
Adjust-A-Wings Avenger Set with heat shield super-spreader, Medium.
Dimensions: L=50cm, W= 58-72cm, H= approx. 20cm
Illuminated area: up to 2.63 m2
- 1x Adust-A-Wings Avenger Medium
- 1x heat shield super-spreader unit, medium
- 1x height-adjustable ceramic E40 socket
- 1x assembly screws and tension cable
Weight: approx. 1.35kg
Compatible with HPS and metal halide lamps with e40 bulb holder (for which an additional ballast is required) and CFL lights with e40 bulb holder.
Note: Cabling work is required. It should only be connected by an authorised specialist. The legal requirements (VDE guidelines) must always be met. CRP Import Export GmbH accepts no liability and provides no warranty coverage for damages to objects and persons caused by improper connection.