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Environment

Probably the most important part of your indoor growroom

Extraction fans, carbon filters, humidity, temps & C02

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    • sinbad!
      Would you expect all of these 5 step transformers to do the same (hum in the end) ? i Like the variac build in the diy section but would like to build a controller using one of the above 5 step transformers (Using an arduino to switch between relays so in the software determine the best air flow rather that on MAX or min based on a thermostat. )( I cant see that the expensive sms or other transformer based controllers are doing anything different)   let me know your thoughts, you seem to know what your doing on these forums.    
    • AKPOG
      Thanks @Smokebelch & @twoscoops , I very much appreciate your support 
    • BillyBoy86
      @tokenroll Good to know. Yeah the more I look at the cups the more I think what was I thinking but you live and learn.    Cheers man!
    • sinbad!
      you said about the 2 x fans running slower reduces the noise, I get that but how are you getting 2 x 315 rvk's out of your setup?  thats a lot of air flow ?  im struggling with a 250mm can fan split into  2 100mm's and a 150mm. (All in 1 box ) obviously it reduces the air flow., It doesnt matter in summer but as soon as there is snow about its essential else I have a glowing roof when everyone around me has a 2" thick layer of snow.   thanks for any tips