Gain Complete Control Of Your Medical Marijuana Grow Op Though Your Smartphone With iPonic 600
Posted by Lee G. Leissett | March 20 2012 | 6605 views | Comments ↓
Get complete control of your grow op from your iPhone or Android.
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Medical marijuana grown in proper atmospheric conditions not only grows larger but also more potent. Temperature, humidity and CO2 levels all play intricate roles in the production of a quality product. Indoor medical marijuana horticulturalists take environmental control very seriously and are constantly on the lookout for products that can heighten the automation of atmospheric conditions.
New cellphone technologies allow users to download applications that do just about everything. Now, in terms of atmospheric monitoring and control of an indoor garden, as they say, “There’s an app for that.”
The iPonic 600 atmospheric controller is an easy-to-program atmospherical controller that completes the task of multiple environmental controllers. Customize your garden’s atmosphere in minutes on the easy-to-use touch screen. With 8 electrical outlets (6 programmable) it is easy to hook up multiple devices to control your room’s temperature, humidity, light timing, hydroponic pumps, and CO2. The iPonic 600 contains Fuzzy Logic CO2 Control which “learns” your room’s conditions over time and automatically makes adjustments to maximize the efficiency of CO2 devices.
Ever wished you could receive a text or call if your grow room’s atmospheric conditions are no longer in the desired range? Now you can. The iPonic 600 can be completely controlled remotely via PC or SmartPhone device, allowing you control of your grow room literally anywhere and anytime.
Besides its amazing technological advancements in remote control, the iPonic boasts some logical and very necessary features that showcase Link4 Corporation’s dedication to creating the best of the best in environmental controllers. Basic features like an integrated high temperature shut-off and CO2 override while the exhaust fan runs shows the iPonic is not just the bells and whistles but also a practical device.
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Tuesday, 20 March 2012
Article by Lee G. Leissett, on Mar. 20th 2012