Charts flatline, right?Hey! Cant keep me down! Glad to see you on here. Im still having issues with the DAS logging SW that does the charts. It just "stops working" after a few seconds.
are you running it on vista? xp? or win7?
if i remember right. been many bowls ago... DAS worked...
then i downloaded the AQ500 SW and then DAS stopped. I'm not sure, if i've reprogrammed the IDPROM on this thing but now when it boots, the blue screen says it's a AQ500 when its just a AQ100.
I know you not support. but they have yet to repond to my emails...
how much do you know about this thing? they send anything in the AQ500 kit?
i got it working for CO2 regulation through relay solenoid controls, but the charting would be nice. thats what realy sets this apart. that and the open source sdk...
I'll look for their number and try tomorrow. It seems like they have a lot of sw bugs. i tried to open the vb project in visual studio express but am getting some, vb error on a usb function call.Try calling them....if they see enough interest from us, they might make a complete product that we can interface with. Controllable via software. I wish their customer support was better, I've been waiting for weeks.
Hey. So. Good news. I was out for a couple of weeks on work travel so I haven't gotten back to update this. I spoke to Andrew over at CO2 meter. Cool dude. He designed the thing and told me a little about it.What'd you end up with? I got my setup working....but I'm using an RO100 relay board as well...
Bump for updates on this thread...Especially you with this set up, Undergrad!Hey this thread is kinda old but I thought I would update it a little. I have moved, and constructed a 16x12x8.5 sealed room inside my new garage. I framed the walls with 2x4 and covered them in 1.5" rigid insulation on the walls and ceiling. I have covered the seams with aluminum sided tape and the edges, and corners with expanding foam insulation from cans. I have 4 1kw on 240v for flower and 2 600 for veg, which will be achieved via tents in the same room. I am running a Gen1e propane Co2 burner, a Sentinel CHHC-4 controller. The room will be cooled using a 24k btu Mitsubishi Mr Slim Mini split A/C unit which is being turned on this weekend. I can't wait to not have to run all that ducting for the air cooled hoods!!!! I will be adding a 70 pint dehumidifier this week. I will update with some pics in the next week or so, very busy!
Very cool, Undergrad! I totally hear ya on being super busy...But that would be cool if you could share some pics. when you get a chance some time. I still need to do this myself!My mini split needs 240v so the CHHC-4 will not run it. I think the power restriction on it is 15 amps. I control the mini split with its own internal thermostat. I currently run the dehuy, co2 burner, and fan 9in the cooling/heating socket) on the CHHC-4.
I do not use a digital controller to set separate day/night temps on the mini split. In my location with my lights on i can just set it to 60 degrees, which maintains 80's with lights on, and drops it to 60 with lights off.
I have upgraded to 5 1k, and will add a 6th soon. I have removed the veg tent from the flower area so I will be able to utilize all 12x16x8 for flower. I have upgraded the nursery to T5, and the veg tent is still 2x 600 MH for the teenagers.
I will do my best to add some photos at some point. I have not deserted the sight, but as you can probably determine from my screen name I am in school full time. Along with this garden I have my hands full. The first run pulled almost 4 lbs of quality meds with a few lbs of popcorn/ trim to play with. I have taken up BHO production on a small scale lately as well. The next run of blueberry is vegging as we speak, and I have jack the ripper, super lemon haze, super skunk, and querkle re-vegged, and ready to clone, and re-flower from last run.
Let me know if I can help with anything, I have set up a pretty sweet system of tables with sump pump/hose/water wand feeding system that can double as cleanup which has saved me untold time, and physical effort which is priceless when the arthritis flares up.