Analog Timer by Garden Highpro
Looking to buy a reliable and affordable timer? The mechanical timer from Garden Highpro only needs to be programmed once, plugged into the socket, and the rest happens automatically.
With this timer, you can control devices like circulation fans, fans, grow lights, or any other electrical device to turn ON or OFF as needed by you or your plants.
All devices connected to the timer should not consume more than 3680 watts and should not exceed a current of 16A. If you have multiple devices, such as circulation fans, that need to be synchronized, simply use a power strip between the timer and the devices. Another combination could be exhaust and grow lights during the growth phase.
Grow lamps are usually turned off for 6 hours during an 18-hour growth phase. In the flowering phase, the lighting duration is 12 hours.
Circulation fans can be periodically switched to prevent windburn on leaves. During the dark period, the circulation may not necessarily need to be active, allowing humidity to rise and consuming less electricity.
You might also consider turning off the exhaust during the night, as long as your plants aren't emitting strong odors.
- Analog 24-hour timer
- 30-minute interval switch (ON/OFF)
- maximum 3680 watts
- Analog timer by GHP