Electric Sky 300 vs Gavita Pro 315 CMH

Battle of the Grow Lights: Electric Sky 300 vs Gavita Pro 315 CMH


Electric Sky 300

Gavita Pro 315 CMH

Wattage: 315 watts Wattage: 330 watts
Type of Light: LED Type of Light: CMH
Spectrum: Full Spectrum Spectrum: Full Spectrum
PPF: 815 umol/s PPF: 1.95 umol/s
Vegetation Footprint: 2.5 x 5 feet Vegetation Footprint: 4 x 4 feet
Flowering Footprint: 2 x 4 feet Flowering Footprint: 3 x 3 feet

Electric Sky 300 Pros:

  • Energy efficient
  • Less heat emission

Electric Sky 300 Cons:

  • Smaller footprint
  • Costs more

Gavita Pro 315 CMH Pros:

  • Wider footprint coverage
  • Cheaper

Gavita Pro 315 CMH Cons:

  • Emits more heat
  • Higher overhead cost



Based on their technical specifications, the Electric Sky 300 and the Gavita Pro 315 might look the same. But once you see what they’re made of and how they perform, you’ll realize that these two grow lights are for different users.

The Electric Sky 300 is a full spectrum LED grow light with intensities at par with 600-watt grow lights. Because it features lower heat emission, the Electric Sky 300 can be used in grow tents with lower clearances. You may also chain the Electric Sky 300 to a master controller for more efficient management of lighting schedules.

The Gavita Pro 315, meanwhile, is a full spectrum CMH grow light that can cover wider footprints. If you’re looking to illuminate a larger space, the Gavita Pro 315 should fit the bill, considering how it uses larger headrooms. Like the Electric Sky, You may also chain the Gavita Pro 315 to a controller for better light management.

If you have limited space and are willing to pay a higher upfront cost, the Electric Sky 300 is for you. If you don’t mind the heat emissions and want a cheaper solution, the Gavita Pro 315 should be for you.