GHC MultiFan Controller

GHC MultiFan Controller

£280.00

Features

  • FULLY DIGITAL
  • INSTANT TEMP / HUMIDITY RESPONSE
  • LIGHT SENSOR RECOGNISES DAY & NIGHT AUTOMATICALLY, NO NEED FOR FIDDLING WITH TIMERS!
  • WHITE CASING REFLECTS HEAT AND RADIATION

Description

BACKLIT LCD DISPLAY

GHC MultiFan Controller Backlit LCD Screen allows clear viewing no matter the light level!

The green light colour has been chosen to reduce light polution at night, however all front panel lights can be turned off easily in the display menu at any time.

 

IP54 RATED A/C PLUGS

A/C plugs are rated IP54 when closed, meaning low risk of damage if splashed by liquids.

This improves safety when A/C plugs are inactive. For example when using an E/C intake with A/C exhaust you are not left with an exposed plug, meaning a safer grow room!

 

3-PIN E/C PORTS TO CONTROL ANY E/C FAN

Twin E/C ports allow flawless data transfer to any E/C fan with 3-Pin cable.

The unit connects to a hyper-fan style data cable and works with many fans. If not compatible, adaptors are available for most fan types.

 

LED INDICATOR PANEL

The LED indicator panel displays fan speed, parameter changes and warning lights.

These are easily visible from anywhere in the room.

  • FAN SPEED INDICATOR: Flasing LED changes frequency according to fan speed percentage.
  • PARAMETER ADJUST: Will light up when the unit is changing a parameter such as fan speed.
  • WARNING LIGHT: Can flash various warning messages indicating problems with fans, sensor probe etc.

 

DIGITAL TEMP / HUMIDITY / LIGHT SENSOR

The Sensor! Super sensitive with instant reactions, this sensor is a new breed!

We tested every sensor on the market and found nothing but terrible, half hearted results. They were all slow, un-reactive and inaccurate. They had high thermal insulating properties, retaining heat for a long time after changes in air temp. They absorbed infrared radiation and light, converting it to heat. We found that they all read the surface temperature of the probe, not the air temperature!

This gave us no option but to create our own. A sensor built for the job. A sensor that won’t hold back the performance of the controller. We needed speed, accuracy and precise performance like no other…

So we did it and we did it first. We designed and created the first digital air temp, relative humidity & light sensor. With low heat and infrared absorption, our sensor is able to read and send data faster and more accurately. We can unleash the full potential of the controller, allowing us to achieve unparalleled results.

We have the ability to control like no controller has before and we’re just getting started!

 

  • GHC MultiFan Controller FULLY DIGITAL 
  • INSTANT TEMP / HUMIDITY RESPONSE
  • LIGHT SENSOR RECOGNISES DAY & NIGHT AUTOMATICALLY, NO NEED FOR FIDDLING WITH TIMERS!
  • WHITE CASING REFLECTS HEAT AND RADIATION

 

BUILT IN FAN BALANCER

Balance like never before…

The built in balancer allows you to regulate the difference between your intake and exhaust fans. This gives the ability to create ‘negative pressure’ and control the ‘air exchange rate’ in the grow room. This means air will only escape via the exhaust fan & filter and avoids unwanted smells leaking from the room.

Achieve optimum air exchange rates by keeping intake and exhaust fan speeds close together. Maintaining the correct amount of negative pressure reduces fan workload, improves efficiency and reduces running costs!

Operate in real time with the simple on screen slider. Adjust the balancer in conjunction with the work modes to achieve an optimum airflow like never before.

 

WORK MODES

Work Modes for every scenario…

Our vast experience using other controllers on the market led us to realise one major problem. They require the user to know the airflow of both their intake and exhaust fans.

This means calculating ducting lengths, ducting bends and filters to achieve correct airflow and maintain negative pressure. Other companies suggest having a larger exhaust fan over intake fan. This is a good starting point but can still be inaccurate and problematic.

Most fans have standard sizes (4″/ 6″/ 10″ etc) but the airflow of each can vary depending on brand. Our proprietary algorithms will do the work, so you don’thave to.