To connect Revolution Vector Fans, you need G.A.S Male-Male Lead (must buy separately) To connect HyperFans, you can use the Male-Male lead your fan comes with.
There are also 2 x exit cables to connect:
Light timer (up to 1,200W per exit cable)
Any timer (e.g. pump)
You can run 2,200W on each exit cable.
Don't go higher than 1,200W with grow lights - they have a high start up surge.
To keep your climate bang on, your fan speed works with other bits of kit.
You might need to run fans quickly to cool, but also activate your humidifier.
Fan Speed Balancer (Inbuilt)
You can run your intake fans and extractor fans at different speeds. Both intake fans run at the same speed, both extractor fans run at the same speed.
Day & Night Modes
You can have a different temperature and humidity for 'lights off' & 'lights on'.
Connect Up To 2400W Lights
That's 1,200W from each exit cable - 4 x 600W lights in total!
Waterproof To IP44
The unit's sealed to prevent any water ingress.
Dump Override For Closed-Loop (Optional)
For a couple of minutes at set intervals, fans are ramped up to max speed. All the air in your grow room is quickly replaced. This keeps your CO2 high and stops your humidity rising. This feature overrides all other functions.
230V / 50Hz
Intake Fan Max
Outtake Fan Max
Exit 1 Max
Exit 2 Max
Your controller can run up to 3,000W in total
Overall, the whole unit runs at 3,000W, so:
If you only use EC fans, the whole 3,000W can go on your 2 x exit cables
If you use AC fans, you need to knock their wattage off the total unit's 3,000W.
e.g. if you run the total 2,200W for AC fans, you'd have 800W left to play with.
You can run no more than 2,200W on each exit cable. Don't go higher than 1,200W with grow lights, though because of their start up surge.