EcoTechnics Evolution Co2 Controller
The EcoTechnics Evolution CO2 Controller monitors CO2 Levels within the grow room and constantly adjusts the amount of C02 to maintain ideal conditions for optimal plant growth. This unit is also compatible with the Evolution Digital Fan Speed Controller.
The Evolution controller utilizes the latest microprocessor and infra-red technology to monitor & control the levels of carbon dioxide in your growing area.The controller can operate with or with the optional Evolution Solid State NDIR CO2 sensor, this controller can also be used with either bottled CO2 gas or with a propane or natural gas burning CO2 generator, in addition to this the Evolution controller can be interfaced to most external thermo / hygrostats for Improved environmental control.
Benefits of using the Ecotechnics CO2 controller
- Can be used with or without Evolution CO2 Analyser
- Intelligent Multi Stage CO2 dosing
- Fan Control- Bottled CO2 or Propane CO2 Generator
- Expandable system
- Day Light/Night sensor
- Fully Programmable
- Multi-Language support (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish language options)
- Microprocessor controlled
- Latest Solid State NDIR sensor option
- Full 1 year warranty
The Benefits of Adding CO2 to your Grow Room
The most important and obvious benefit to your plants is the significant increase in growth that will occur, especially if the potential of your set up has already been maximised.
In addition to this, if levels of CO2 can be maintained around 1000-1200ppm then you will be able to run your grow room at a higher temperature. This can be incredibly important with growers constantly struggling to keep temperatures down and avoid temperature stress to your plants.
CO2 During Vegetation
During the vegetative growing stage adding CO2 is the biggest way you can increase the rate your plants stretch, allowing your plant to grow with a lot more vegetative grow in a much shorter space of time.
CO2 During Flowering
When adding CO2 to your grow room, the flowering stage is the most important. Adding CO2 to your grow room, especially in the first 2-3 weeks of flowering, can kick start flower production and boost flower size significantly.