Maxibright Daylight 315w CDM Digital Ballast


Variant: Maxibright Daylight 315w
Sale price£128.99

Maxibright Daylight 315w Digital Ballast

The Maxibright Daylight 315w Digital Ballast is build to perfectly match your 315w CDM Lamp. It's compact, runs silently, has auto reset and soft start technology as well as being lightweight.

How the Maxibright Daylight 315w Digital Ballast Works

The Maxibright Daylight 315w Digital Ballast converts mains electricity to the correct voltage and current to start-up and power a 315w CDM lamp by using a microprocessor to constantly monitor and control a digital power-output system. Digital Ballasts produce more lumen output, use less electricity and do not degrade with age like core and coil type ballasts which become noisy, use more electricity and produce less lumens as they get older.

Choose the iLink model in the dropdown menu and your ballast will come with a port that can be used to connect to a Revolution DEva controller, allowing you to regulate on and off times for multiple units from a central point.

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1 x Maxibright Daylight 315w Digital Ballast. Choose between the regular model or the iLink, which can be connected to a Revolution DEva controller.


  • The go to CDM Ballast designed by leading manufacturer Maxibright
  • Use the dropdown menu to upgrade to the iLink model
  • Thermal and short-circuit protection
  • Soft Start technology
  • End of Lamp life detection
  • Great Maxibright build quality

How To Use

How to Use the Maxibright Daylight 315w Digital Ballast

Although the Maxibright Daylight 315w Digital Ballast runs fairly cool in use, it should still be located on a flat, firm, surface (not carpet) and in a well-ventilated location. It should never be covered and there should be no combustible items in the vicinity just in case. Connect the input lead of your reflector to the output lead of the ballast ensuring the cable is not pulled tight and does not come into contact with anything hot (e.g. lamp, reflector, ballast). Ensure your lamp is tightly screwed into the bulb-holder and that your reflector is at the correct height.

It’s as simple as connect the mains plug into an electrical outlet socket and switch on. The ballast will start-up and light the lamp.

In the event of a fault, e.g. a faulty lamp or high ballast temperature, the ballast will go into protection mode. Once the problem has been rectified, the ballast can be restarted by pressing the reset button.


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