KESSIL ACCESSORIES - CONTROLLER

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H-Series Spectral Controller

  • Part Number

    KSHCT01

  • Weight

    0.24lb / 0.11kg

  • Dimensions

    L 5.6" x W 2.5" x H 0.56"

  • Intuitive Control

    Equipped with a vivid LCD display and touch control, the H-Series Spectral Controller is designed to simplify and automate your hydroponics system. With multiple program modes, this intuitive and easy-to-use controller eliminates the need for a computer, additional software or any coding knowledge.

    One Controller, Two Groups

    The Horticulture Spectral Controller is equipped with two separate 0-10V-output ports. These ports allow a single controller to run two different groups of linked lights at once, each following a unique program.

    Program Modes



    Manual Mode:


    Manual Mode allows users to instantly tune the light for immediate customization. Users can individually control spectrum and intensity to find the ideal setting.



    Quick Set:


    The Quick Set mode allows users to create a repeating 24 hour schedule simply by programming 6 points with customized spectrums and intensity.



    Auto Mode:


    Auto Mode is designed specifically to boost the yield of various types of plants. Mimic entire seasons with adjustable critical day length.





    Product Information

    Overview

    Equipped with a vivid LCD display and touch control, the H-Series Spectral Controller is designed to simplify and automate your hydroponics system. With multiple program modes, this intuitive and easy-to-use controller eliminates the need for a computer, additional software or any coding knowledge.

    What's in the Box

    • Controller (x1)

    • Magnetic Back Plate (x1)

    • Power Adaptor (x1)

    • Micro USB Cable (x1)

    • Unit Link Cable (x1)

    • Screws (X2)

    • Nylon anchor (X2)

    Compatible with

    Please make sure to consult the Spectral Controller Quick Start Guide and follow each step.

    Step 1 Connect

    • Insert the Micro-USB head of the cable into the Micro-USB Port.

    • Insert the USB head of the cable into the power adaptor.

    • Assemble the power adaptor by screwing the plug head into the adaptor body.

    • Plug the adaptor into a wall outlet to power the controller.

    • Connect the lights to the controller using the unit link cable.

    Step 2 Set Up

    • Use the direction padto navigate to the Settings tab.

    • Press to access the settings.

    • Set the Time & Date.

    • Press to return to the main menu.

    Step 3 Manual Configuration

    • Navigate to the Manual tab.

    • Press to enter manual mode.

    • Adjust the color and intensity on the two bars. This can be done individually for each port or both at the same time.

    • Press to return to the main menu.

    Step 4 Program

    • Navigate to the Program tab.

    • Press to enter program mode.

    • Select Grow Mode / Bloom Mode to edit a light schedule.

      • Adjust intensity and color at each time point.

      • Review your cycle with preview mode.

      • Make sure to save when finished.

    • Select Auto Mode to create a light schedule.

      • Set up maximum three timers.

      • Select the Mode and the Period.

      • Make sure to save when finished.

    • Select to set an custom schedule.

      • Select Custom or Auto Mode.

    • Press to return to the main menu.

    Step 5 Port Settings

    • Navigate to Port Set tab.

    • Press to enter port settings.

    • Set the desired schedule for each port.

    Step 6 Mounting

    • Use the screws provided to mount the magnetic back plate to a wooden surface.

    • If mounting to a wall, pre-drill two 1/4" (6.5mm) holes and insert nylon anchors before screwing the plate in.

    Before proceeding, please double-check the following:

    All Power Supplies are Plugged In

    The Controller and each of the lights run on their own power supply. All power supplies must be plugged in for all the components to be powered on. Ensure that the power supplies are also plugged into a working wall outlet.

    Correct Cable Configuration

    The unit link cable should connect from Port 1 or Port 2 of the controller to the INPUT of your light. If you are using multiple lights daisy-chained together, ensure that the controller is linked to the first light of the series. Ensure that all cables are plugged in snugly within the ports.