The environment is one of the key factors in overall plant health, with temperature and humidity being the largest factors that contribute towards the environment.
Get your temperature and humidity right and you’ll notice the results.
With traditional systems that use pull through extraction, results across crops can be remarkably different as plants respond differently to different environmental conditions throughout their life. By using an air comfort, you can keep a log of fluctuation of your environmental factors, enabling the grower to see what works best for them so they can replicate those conditions; in this way you can slowly ‘dial in’ your set-up so it can be more efficient and consistent allowing you to get uniform crops every time in terms of yield and quality.
If you’re in a closed loop system, you likely already have a controller that monitors your humidity and air temperature, but more points of data are always a bonus as you can be certain your variables are consistent across the room at different levels.
Air comfort product specifications:
||Wireless sync with IOS or Android|
|Detection Range||10 meters with no obsticles|
|Battery Type||CR2450 button cell|
|Battery Life||12 months minimum|
|Temperature Sensor Range||-25°C to 70°C ± 0.5°C|
|Humidity Sensor Range||1% to 99% ± 4.5°C
|Measurement Interval||adjustable resolution - 5 mins to 40 mins|
|Data storage||up to 100 days at 40min intervals (total 4032 sets)|
|Dimensions||Diameter 36mm, Height 116mm|
How to use the Comfort Air
Follow the enclosed instructions to pair the air comfort with your phone.
Place comfort air near your plant’s canopy for the most accurate readings of variables around your plant.
You can also strategically place comfort air to monitor atmospheric stratification – a phenomena that occurs in most grow rooms where the air settles into layers. The coldest layer rests at the bottom of the room between the plants and the floor. Another layer normally forms where there is vegetation, another between the top of the canopy and the lights and the hottest layer at the top of the tent.
as well as monitoring the layers of air, you could alternatively put the air comfort in your ducting to monitor your intake and extraction variables.
The Air comfort can be placed standing or hung depending on your preferred placement.
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