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Inkbird Pre-wired Humidity Controller

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36.99 USD
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Your Intended Use of This Product:
Controlling the relative humidity in my tent to stay within VPD at all times.
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Positives About This Product:
Easy to set up with a humidity probe, three prong 110v, and two 3 prong sockets labeled. One year warranty and easy instructions. Hole to mount to wall or a zip the like I did. Humidity probe is pretty long and accurate. Incredibly responsive to humidity.
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Anyone trying to attain a greater degree of control over their selected environment.
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Yes, especially to new growers that struggle dialing in their environment.
Message to the Product Manufacturer:
Make a combo unit for temporrary and humidity with four sockets.
  • So I bought this controller after struggling to maintain my environment in my first grow and learning about VPD. It was 36.99 from Amazon and arrived in two days with free standard shipping. It was packaged neatly with the controller, instructions, and a one year warranty card.
    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]I plugged the controller in, plugged my exhaust and humidifier into their respective WORK 1 and WORK 2 sockets. After reading the definitions in the instructions I set my max humidity for 75% with dehumidification occurring at 76% and allowed a dip of 5% resulting in the humidifier coming on below 70%.

    With controlling the humidity so well I have been able to maintain an average temperature consistently between 80-83f. I recommend this to anyone that wants to eliminate a factor in their growing through automation.

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  1. MedCzech
    Yep, I have both the temp and humidity. Be careful not the let the humidity be that high for too long. That range is really pushing the electric circuits in everything in the room. I know what they say, but anything over 75% will cause issues for lights, fans, etc.
    Just a little warning. I ran the high RH and it gave me issues with little things breaking or failing somehow. Thought is was bad luck and the realized I was just running the RH too high in veg.
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    1. Damien50
      I set it to 75 max but the fan extracts at 77 and the minimum is 70 so after a few hours in between 70-75 usually. Hopefully I don't have any issues but thanks for the warning
      Damien50, Aug 3, 2018
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  2. Saint Skinny
    Nice! I've been using a temp controller I wired up with an Inkbird ITC-1000, it's been working great!
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  3. Canipheng
    I have the same one and I love it. Hooked up to a 5 disk mist maker from house of hydro. Wished I bought a bigger unit. humistat works awesome. Good product worth every penny!
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  4. MesaBoogie
    Hey this is great, ty for doing a review. I was just thinking about adding a humidifier but wasn't sure how I would babysit it all the time. Definitely on the top of my list of things to add to my grow. I'm sitting at 30% RH right now and "winter is coming"
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