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SMSCOM Twin Fan Controller MK2 - Grow Room Environment Control 4.5 Amp

SMSCOM Twin Fan Controller MK2 - Grow Room Environment Control 4.5 Amp

The SMSCOM twin fan controller MK2 offers a great range of functionality for such a compact and cost-effective unit. The original SMS fan controllers have been used far and wide throughout hydroponics grow rooms up and down the country. Looking at the sleek design and the reliability they offer it is easy to see why. The MK2 version of SMS twin fan speed controller builds on everything that made the original great and sets it in a much more compact and attractive housing. Although it does use pulse width modulation to reduce the fan speed, it does not generate the same level of hum you would typically associate with these types of fan controllers.  How The SMSCOM Twin Fan Speed Controller Works There are two versions of this fan controller depending on the total amps of the extraction fans you want to plug into them. One with a maximum of 4 amps and the other with a maximum of 7 amps. Make sure you choose the correct model to cater for the hydroponic extract fans you have or are looking to buy. If you have any problems choosing, please contact us in store and we will be happy to help. Simply plug your intake fan into the plug socket on the left and your extract into the right-hand socket and you are pretty much there! Then set the minimum fan speed with the left-hand knob, essentially setting the slowest idle speed you want the fans to run at. Then use the right-hand knob to set the maximum fan speed, particularly useful if you choose to oversize the fans in your grow room. Once the min and max speeds have been set, you need to set the temperature threshold with the knob in the middle. Once this is set, information is sent from the probe to the unit, and it calculates how fast to work. It doesn’t just go to one pre-set speed either, it gradually adjusts the fan speed to gently react to the changing environment, helping to avoid spikes in temperatures. A lot of growers just opt to have their fans running on full power at all times. Sometimes of the year this can work ok, but other times it will catch you out. The nighttime temperature has a massive impact on how a plant will grow. In winter, it could quickly get so cold that the metabolism of your plants is affected. Purple stems are usually a good indicator of cold root zone temperatures from a cold night period. Having your fans on a controller that keeps them ticking over at a low speed will usually avoid this problem entirely. Why Is Temperature Important? The temperature of your grow room directly relates to how much (or little) your plant will be transpiring, and metabolizing. Unfortunately, these two things conflict with each other slightly. The higher the temperature the quicker your plant can metabolise, photosynthesise and make more energy to ultimately yield more flowers. However, the hotter it is, the more the plant needs to cool itself. At a certain point the plant will not be able to adequately cool itself and will start to suffer as a result. Wilting, tip burn or leaf drop may all begin to occur, all leading to a bad finish. Controlling the temperature to a point where the plant's metabolism is nice and high, and it can still comfortably cool itself is the aim of the game when it comes to controlling your grow room environment. How Does Temperature Control Work? The daytime and the nighttime temperatures, should not really be looked at as separate entities. The difference between these two temperatures can induce different responses in the way your plant will grow. The ability to manipulate the difference between these temperatures can give you more control over your plant throughout your entire grow. A smaller temperature difference will promote the growth energy in your plant to go into vegetative growth. For example, 24 degrees C during the day and 24 degrees C during the night, is perfect for a mother/propagation room to encourage nice healthy vegetative growth. A larger temperature difference will encourage your plants to put their energy into flower production. For example, a temperature of 28 degrees C in the day and 20 degrees C at night will encourage more flowering growth. In the last week or so of flower, you can also use a larger than normal temperature drops to encourage a more colorful display in your flowers come harvest time. A wider range of coloring will usually be seen but be careful not to go too low that plant metabolism is too badly affected. Tips For Use If you are using it to control an intake and an outtake fan at the same time, make sure you size the intake fan appropriately, so you do not end up with a positive air pressure inside your grow room. Always monitor your temperatures with a separate thermostat, to double check that everything is running according to plan. You will need to adjust your settings over time as your plants grow. If you are having problems with cold nighttime temperatures and your fan can’t go any slower, consider investing in a good grow room heater to bring the temperature back up to acceptable levels.

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G.A.S AC-EC DIGITAL CONTROLLER

G.A.S AC-EC DIGITAL CONTROLLER

G.A.S AC-EC DIGITAL CONTROLLER THE ULTIMATE FAN CONTROLLER The G.A.S AC-EC Digital Controller is the ultimate fan controller offering precision control of any duct fan, regardless of whether it uses AC or newer EC technology . The AC-EC controller will regulate fan airflow rates according to temperature and humidity levels, with different settings for day and night, allowing you to get your environment spot. If you’ve upgraded to a newer, more efficient EC extraction system, but you still have an AC intake, then the AC-EC Fan Controller is ideal. It comes with two sockets that can handle 5 amps each; one for your intake and one for your extraction system. You can regulate EC fans at the same time by connecting them to the unit using controller cables. The combination of EC and AC technologies enables control of all fans. The built-in fan balancer enables negative pressure to be established accurately. The intake fan will remain off until the temperature or humidity increase, at which point the fans ramp up, saving energy and reducing wear on the ventilation system. However, having the flexibility to combine different fan types isn’t the only thing that this amazing little piece of kit offers. The G.A.S AC-EC digital controller offers additional functionality over other controllers by allowing you to choose different settings for daytime and night-time. Plants have different requirements for light and dark periods; when photosynthesising, many popular indoor grown plants flourish at around 25 degrees Celsius. During darkness, overall growth rates are enhanced when the temperature drops down to around 18 degrees. Most other fan speed controllers cannot account for this fact, but the AC-EC is equipped for the job! A light sensor is built into the probe, so you don’t have to worry about programming in lighting periods, because this is taken care of for you The controller also allows for minimum and maximum fan speeds to be set. KEY BENEFITS New easy to mount enclosure Temperature and humidity control Set maximum and minimum fan speeds Set day and night temperature and humidity values Set negative pressure Plugs directly into all Systemair’s AC and EC fans Requires EC cables, supplied separately

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G.A.S ENVIRO4 FAN CONTROLLER

G.A.S ENVIRO4 FAN CONTROLLER

Get even more control over your environment with the NEW G.A.S Enviro4 ControllerIntroducing the G.A.S Enviro4 Controller, the ultimate solution for complete environmental control in your grow room. This advanced controller builds upon the features of its predecessor, the Enviro Controller V2, to provide even more precise control and enhanced functionality. In addition to efficiently controlling your fans, the Enviro Controller V4 now offers four additional fully-programmable sockets to manage other essential equipment in your grow room. With these sockets, you can effortlessly regulate heaters, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, and lights to maintain the optimal environment for your plants. With a maximum capacity of 2,200 watts per socket, the G.A.S Enviro4 Controller empowers you to control a wide range of growroom equipment. However, it's important to note that when it comes to growing lights, please ensure not to exceed a total of 2,400 watts across all four plugs, as they may have a high start-up surge. With the G.A.S Enviro4 Controller, you gain new features such as minimum and maximum day and night fan speed settings, providing enhanced control over your environment. It also offers the ability to calibrate temperature and humidity sensors, ensuring accurate readings for precise adjustments. The automatic dimming function on the LEDs reduces light intensity as needed, and the new green LED lights are designed not to disturb your plant's cycle. Upgrade to the G.A.S Enviro4 Controller and experience unparalleled control over your grow room environment. Take advantage of its advanced features and enhanced functionality to optimize your growth for maximum yields and healthy plant growth. Elevate your growing experience with precision and efficiency. How the Enviro Controller V4 Works Controlling your fan speed can be critical to the success of your indoor garden. When cold outdoor temperatures hit, it’s handy to be able to reduce air intake flow a little, allowing your grow lights and heaters to compensate. The same can be said for hot summer months when outside temperatures play havoc with your indoor environment. In this case, turning fans up helps to keep air temperatures optimal. The G.A.S Enviro4 Controller controls temperature and humidity levels using its thermostat and humidity sensor (which are now able to be calibrated). Here's a quick rundown of what the exit sockets can do: Heaters - these can be set to come on when temperatures drop below certain levels. Unlike a typical thermostatic set-up, you can select different temps for daytime and nighttime! Humidifiers - set your humidifiers to come on whenever moisture levels drop below your chosen levels. Again, this can be set differently for daytime and nighttime. Dehumidifiers - works in the same way as for humidifiers, but in the opposite fashion, switching equipment on as moisture levels rise above your selected daytime or nighttime settings. Timer - you can control any growroom equipment (as long as you don't exceed 26-amp) down to the second! So you can switch everything from your grow lights (up to 2 x 600w) to your grow system pumps.

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G.A.S ENVIRO FAN CONTROLLER

G.A.S ENVIRO FAN CONTROLLER

G.A.S ENVIRO FAN CONTROLLER The G.A.S Enviro Controller V2 takes care of fan speeds for both AC and EC fans – and not only that, it can also regulate ‘on’ and ‘off’ times for practically any piece of equipment in your grow room! Lights (up to 1200w), heaters, humidifiers, and even pumps, can all be controlled using information gathered from the environment. This simplifies your set-up, making it easy to control your grow room and maintain a perfect environment from a single point. The V2 has new features such as minimum and maximum day and night fan speed settings for enhanced control over your environment, the ability to calibrate your temperature and humidity sensor, automatic dimming function on the LED screens and new green LED lights which won’t disturb your plants cycle. CONTROL BOTH TYPES OF FAN The controller manages your grow room temperature and humidity by digitally controlling your fan speeds. The Enviro Controller V2 will automatically control fan speed for both AC and EC fans. As it comes with an inbuilt fan balancer, the V2 can control both your intake and outtake fans for your grow room. It is built to work perfectly with the Systemair Revolution EC and AC fan range. PERFECT YOUR ENVIRONMENT The Enviro Controller V2 temperature and humidity sensor is easy to set up in your grow room and uses a thermostat to detect changes in the environment, regulating automatically to your pre-programmed parameters, so there will never be any temperature fluctuations in your grow room. Humidity levels are also monitored and maintained with the humidity sensor. You can program day and night settings to keep your desired grow room climate and match up with when your lights cycle. MULTI-FUNCTIONAL As well as controlling your fans, the Enviro Controller V2 comes with two extra fully programmable sockets that can control other environmental grow room equipment such as heaters, humidifiers, dehumidifiers and lights. Heaters can be set to come on whenever temperatures drop below pre-set levels. For heaters, humidifiers and dehumidifiers you can choose different settings for day and night time, so you’ll always maintain the perfect grow room environment. You can control most grow room equipment provided it doesn’t exceed 13 amps or 2,200 watts per exit. In the instance of grow lights, please don’t exceed 1,200 watts as they have a high start-up surge. The V2 also has a dump feature for closed-loop environments. For a full how-to guide, please see our Enviro Controller Instructions. KEY BENEFITS Controls AC and EC fans Controls and regulates temperature and humidity in your grow room Day and night settings Dump feature for closed-loop environments LCD display 2 programmable sockets that can control other grow room equipment Simple navigation and set up Control humidifiers, dehumidifiers, heaters, lights and timers all from one controller For grow lights don’t exceed 1200 watts (2×600 watt lights) AC fans to a maximum of 2200 watts Built-in fan balancer to run both outtake and intake fans Max 13 amp total Dimensions 20x9cm 1.2 metre power lead 3.8 metre probe length Works perfectly with Systemair Revolution AC and EC fans

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EC DIMMER

EC DIMMER

Control the desired speed of your fan with the G.A.S EC Dimmer.

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