Link4 Corporation iPonic 624 Dual Zone Environmental Controller

Link4 Corporation iPonic 624 Dual Zone Environmental Controller

SKU #: LC9951124

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$1,843.20

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Lead time: Due to social distancing requirements, this item ships in 2 weeks


Overview

Automate Your Grow With The Link4 iPonic 624 Dual Room Controller

The Link4 iPonic 624 Dual Room Controller is one of the best ways for commercial growers to automate multiple zones with one controller. These pieces of technology can get pretty pricey if you're looking for quality, so finding one that can manage two grow rooms at once can save you a ton of money!

Grow room automation is something every grower should strive for. Your grow room environment is one of the most important factors that affects your yield and flower quality, but nobody wants to feel chained to the grow room.

This dual-zone controller allows you to monitor and control your room remotely, so you can grow a great crop while spending less time working, and more time doing the things you enjoy. Here are all the reasons we love this controller.

An All-In-One Grow Room Controller

Few controllers can boast the capabilities of the Link4 iPonic 624 Dual Room Controller. It has a wide range of features, and can controller CO2, Light, Temperature, Humidity, Recycle Timers, Vent Fans, High Temperature Shut-off, Central air conditioning and heating even add your own custom devices.

Completely Programmable and Flexible:

The Link4 iPonic 624 Dual Room Controller uses software-based intelligence which you won't find on the competition. You can easily program all your functions together, eliminating the need for any other timers and controllers in the grow room.

This also allows you to easily change devices on the fly, while also making it easy to add or delete devices to match your grow room setup within minutes. It features 8 different 120 volt outlets, 6 of which are completely programmable.

User-friendly Touch Screen Display:

The Link4 iPonic 624 Dual Room Controller is super easy to set up and use thanks to the large, touch-screen display. You can easily check and change settings as needed. You can setup entire growth cycle settings and save them for future use one removable USB thumb drive. This makes it so you can run custom growth cycles with different settings on a week by week basis.

Additional Link4 iPonic 624 Dual Room Controller Features:

2 Zone Controller

  • Everything you need to control 2 zones, with 2 sensors - 1 for each zone
  • Zone 1 and Zone 2 can be completely, independently controlled
  • Communication module is included

8 Flexible Programmable Power Outlets

  • CO2 device outlet
  • Dehumidifier device outlet
  • Grow light outlets
  • Fan outlets
  • Custom devices

Two Combination Sensors Included

  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • CO2 sensor
  • Light sensor
  • 16 ft sensor cable (optional extension cable available)

Independent Setpoints for Each Zone

  • Day/Night CO2 Setpoints
  • Day/Night Temperature Setpoints
  • Day/Night Humidity Setpoints
  • Light Duration

Built-in Data Logging

  • Use USB drive to store/restore data & settings
  • Graph data right on the controller display
  • Review sensor data for easy trouble shooting

Special Features

  • CO2 exhaust fan shut-off
  • Dual bank light control
  • Fuzzy logic CO2 control

Communications

  • Email & text notifications
  • Easy access to all readings and settings from your phone
  • Communication card included

Ease of Use

  • 120 volt/15 amp input with resettable breaker
  • Large readable touch screen display (auto darkens mode)
  • UL and Canadian UL approved
Tech Specs

Features

BrandLink4 Corporation
SKULC9951124
Weight (lb.)16.4
Lead TimeDue to social distancing requirements, this item ships in 2 weeks
Length (in.)10.5
Width (in.)8.5
Height (in.)6
Warranty1 Year
UPC748252829733
Prop 65No
Controller FunctionsMulti-Function Control, Temperature Control, Humidity Control, Ventilation Control, Cycle Timer Control, CO2 Control
Number of ZonesDual Zone
Has PhotocellYes
Amps15A
Voltage120V
Frequency60 Hz
UL ListedNo
Product Q&A

Link4 Corporation iPonic 624 Dual Zone Environmental Controller Questions & Answers

  • IS THERE A 220V VERSION OF THIS CONTROLLER?M
    No. The iPonic 600 is available only in a 115V version. It can control 220V equipment with external trigger boxes with 115V trigger cable. You need to use a converter to convert 220V down to 115V for the controller to operate. Please ensure that your setup meets your local electrical code requirement.
  • What equipment can I plug into the iPonic 600 controller?
    The iPonic 600 can handle up to 15A (115VAC) only. Any more current than this will cause the circuit breaker to trip. Please read the equipment power name plate or label carefully. Equipment that either has high running current or high power on current should be controlled via external trigger boxes and have the trigger cable plugged into the iPonic 600 controller.
  • Heaters and lights should not be plugged directly into the iPonic 600 controller.
    There is a crack on my window. Do I have a defective unit? There is a fine line on the surface of the iPonic controller window extending from the wheel toward the center. This artifact is created by the plastic mold during the injection process and does not affect the integrity or performance of the unit in any way.
  • Is the unit susceptible to noise from growlight ballasts?
    Yes. Noisy ballasts combined with poor installation will lead to inaccurate sensor readings and even power resets on the controller itself. The controller has been designed to minimize the interference susceptibility, but proper installation is paramount to a successful experience. Please use these guidelines to minimize noise interference:
    1. The iPonic600 controller must get its power from a clean dedicated circuit. This means the power to the controller should not be shared by anything that generates electrical noise (e.g. ballasts, motors, drives, etc.)
    2. The controller, sensors, and sensor wiring need to be physically separated from any high voltage lines and sources by at least 6 ft.
    3. If drives are used (or extremely noisy motors) then the power wiring to the motor should be shielded with earth ground.
    4. Sensor wiring should not be longer than necessary. If extension is required, you must use Link4's shielded extension wire.
    If the erratic behavior disappears when you turn off the lights or motors, this is most likely an interference issue. Keep in mind that the noise source could be motors that are located in another room and are not controlled by the iPonic controller.
  • How can I be notified when there is an alarm on the controller?
    The iPonic controller can notify you of problems in 3 ways:
    1.There is an indicator on the unit itself (home screen, upper left).
    2. It can trigger an output to turn on something such as a light, buzzer, or SensaPhone.
    3. With the optional Communication Module and an Internet connection, it can send you an email or text message to let you know about the alarm.
  • What happens after a high alarm?
    Once the iPonic 600's high temperature alarm has been triggered, It will automatically shut off all the lights. The temperature staging will already be at the highest cooling stage. The unit will stay in this condition until the temperature drops back into the normal operation range, at which point the iPonic 600 will resume its normal operation.
  • What do channels 7 & 8 do? Do they exist?
    Channels 7 & 8 can be configured to operate just like any other channel. However, it can only control low voltage signal. The output is a "dry output" (a small relay that closes) that can handle a 24V signal at 1A max. The connection terminal block is inside the unit. You need to run your wires through the white opening on the bottom and to the controller board itself. See the electrical diagram in the manual for the terminal location or here.
  • A fan can be an On/Off device or a Fan device. What's the difference?
    An On/Off device and a Fan device are almost identical. The only difference is that when a Fan device turns on, the CO2 injection process is "cut off" (disabled). If a fan is configured as an On/Off device (through the advance menu) the CO2 operation is not affected. If the fan is being used to exchange air, the Fan equipment type is preferable. If it is used to just circulate air, use the On/Off equipment type.
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