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  1. #1

    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    HeadKracker is offline
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    Hey what's up everyone? Hope all is well with all of the WW peeps.

    So I burned up a socket the other day. Been runnin 2k thru a 20 amp outlet for over a year. And it finally burned out the socket. I'm pretty lucky that's all the happened.

    So it's time to upgrade wiring and get a 4k light controller.
    The more I research em the less idea I have on which to get. I've heard good and bad stories about most of em. So hopin the WW community could give me some good insight. Thanx I'm advance for any info and ideas.

  2. #2
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    May 2012
    dirty mitten
    funkmonk is offline
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    This is the one I've used over the last 2+ years, and love it, funk on
    The MLC-4X and MLC-4XT Master Lighting Controllers are the best devices for controlling up to four HID lights from one time-clock or controller. You run 30 amp, 120/240 volt power into the MLC-4, and all of the outlets are controlled by one 120 volt trigger cable. You can plug the trigger cable into a standard 24 hour timer, environmental controller or one of the C.A.P. HLC series of garden and lighting protection devices. The MLC-4X and MLC-4XT has four 120/240 volt style outlets which allows for running your ballasts at 120/240 volts without having to change out your ballast power cords. The MLC-4XT has an integrated timer that allows you to control your MLC with the built-in time clock. The MLC-4Xs are rated for 30 amps @ 120/240 volts.
    This is the CO2 controls that help keep the Temple in Tune, funk on
    The CO2-4e has four timers that are used to control your CO2 to add just the right amount of CO2 without the wasteful "overshoot" that other controllers have. One timer controls the length of time the CO2 is released and another controls how often the CO2 is released. The result is a very efficient method of controlling CO2. The "Overall Cycle Timer" allows the user to decide how long the supplemental CO2 is kept in the growing area prior to being exhausted. When the "Overall Cycle" time expires, the CO2-4e turns ON the exhaust outlets and enables the "Exhaust Cycle Timer", which controls the amount of time the exhaust fans will run. When complete, the cycle is reset and the CO2 cycle starts again. It also features temperature and humidity controls which will disable CO2 injection if the temperature or humidity levels that you specify are exceeded, activating an exhaust outlet which can control ventilation equipment (air conditioner, fan, etc.) It also has a built in photo controller, which disables the CO2 function when the lights are off. The CO2-4e can also be used with the PPM-1c sensor for unequalled Parts-Per-Million performance. The CO2-4e is rated for 15 amps @ 120 volts.

    When the PPM-1c Monitor from C.A.P. is connected to either the CO2-2, CO2-4 or CGC-1, it commands the controllers to release or produce more CO2 only when required. The timers built into the atmosphere controllers continue to coordinate with the PPM-1c to give you the precision control not possible with other manufacturers CO2 control systems using only ON/OFF control. You enter the level of CO2 you want to maintain (usually 1500 PPM) and you’re done.
    Funk Monk

  3. #3

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    Apr 2013
    lindseyj is offline
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    You will need special types of lighting to grow marijuana, though some regular house lights can work too. By adjusting the plant's daily light schedule, you are in control of indoor plants. The most common types of lights used indoor with marijuana is High Intensity Discharge lights such as High Pressure Sodium and Metal Halide lights.

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