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@okPeet

First, let me say I like your product a lot. It is helping me dial in my grow room to the degree I want.... But as you have asked for feedback / suggestions, from users (on the AFN forum)... Here is one.

I wonder if it is possible to have two leaf temp offsets (one for day and one for night), as they can vary considerably.

For example, I have a day difference of -3c when the lights are on, but during the night it is 0 difference.

Therefore, I have to manually change the offset to get the correct calculated VPD for either Day or Night. This also changes values on the charting, making one of the periods incorrect.

2 offsets, linked with Day/Night times (using the correct one automatically by the Pulse) would easily solve this.

I am sure this is something that others have found also and may be perhaps easy to implement.

What are your thoughts?

I have also emailed this directly to Pulse
 
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That's a good idea Frogster, however an important thing to note is that plants close their stomata at night (since there's no light, there's no photosynthesis, so there's no reason to aquire CO2, so stomata can close), so VPD at night doesn't matter as much as during the day, except for providing a smooth transition between day & night periods.

I'll still add it to our feature roadmap, because it still makes sense to me.

Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.