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Hi-Par 315W Sunstorm Horizontal Kit - (Hi-Par 315W Ballast + Philips 315W Lamp + Reflector)

Hi-Par 315W Sunstorm Horizontal Kit

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Hi-Par 315W Sunstorm Vertical Kit - (Hi-Par 315W Ballast + Philips 315W Lamp + Reflector)

Hi-Par 315W Sunstorm Vertical Kit

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Hi-Par Digital CMH LEC Ballast Kit - 315W | + Horti-Vision 315W Lamp + E40 Adaptor
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Hi-Par Digital CMH LEC Ballast Kit - 315W | + Philips 315W 930 Lamp + E40 Adaptor
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Spectrum King 400+ LED - 400W | 150 000 LUX | IP65 | 120 Degrees Reflector
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