Given the one to one requirement it would be recommended to install each Smart Sensor directly underneath each of the 4’x4′ light fixtures to capture the highest density of measurements possible. In the Future we are exploring making it possible to have one Smart Sensor that was hung directly in the middle of the 4 […]
No. By following the simple instructions that are on the rear of the package, Anyone can easily make 3 electrical connections without the use of any type of hand tools or soldering irons etc. Note: Color Blind individuals may need assistance identifying the colors of the 6 wires in order to correctly make the right […]
Each Light would require its own Smart Sensor to provide dimming control. Today it is a one to one ratio. We are exploring different approaches that would allow one Smart Sensor to control a greater number of lights.
Today the Smart Sensor supports only PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) – future versions are anticipated to support both dimming interfaces
None of those are integrated into GroNet Home and as such will not be able to be automatically controlled as we tie automation capabilities into our GroNet Home Service offering.
The VividGro Smart Outlet automatically just works with the GroNet Home platform – Everything in your grow room is visible from one Application. It reliably provides the home grower , power status and consumption information per outlet. It allows the grower to enable scheduled and/or On-Demand – on/off control of any electrical equipment in the […]
At least one is recommended for each individual Grow Area. (Clone, Veg, Flower, Processing) etc. They should be positioned in the Center of the Room , under the lights, suspended so that the BOTTOM of the Smart Sensor, is right at the top or just below the Canopy level to get accurate measurements at the […]
We anticipate 1-4 Smart Sensors (especially if dimming) as a reasonable number that will be utilized in most home grow areas. However we have tested 20 Smart Sensors in a 10×10 foot room, over an extended period of time and found no interference issues or performance impairments.
Yes – The Wireless Access Points must be running in the 2.4GHz band in order for the Smart Sensor to Connect. If they are configured to only support the 5.8GHz band the Smart Sensor will not be able to connect to them at all. Checking the Home Wifi access point administrator console should very quickly […]
No , The GroNet | Home App manages the process to get a new users account setup and Smart Sensor (s) and Smart Outlets added and properly configured – Once setup you can access them via Mobile Devices or Laptops/PC/Macs etc via the GroNet Website
Yes , The GroNet | Home App manages the process to get a new users account setup and Smart Sensor (s) and Smart Outlets added and properly configured – Once setup you can access them via Mobile Devices or Laptops/PC/Macs etc via the GroNet Website