HYPERXON ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS EQUIPMENT
“WE STAND READY TO DO OUR PART”
“DELIVERING THE BUILDING BLOCKS FOR THE SUSTAINABLE FUTURE”
HYPERXON MASTER CONTROLLER
TEMPERATURE , HUMIDITY, LIGHT INTENSITY, SMART MULTI ZONE WATER ALARMS , LIGHT POLLUTION, POWER FAILURE ALARM
( WITH BATTERY BACKUP) - ALL-IN-ONE. INTERNAL HIGH
POWER SOLID STATE RELAYS TO HANDLE HVAC SYSTEMS , FANS AND REMOTE SIRENS. DIGITAL DESPLAYS LOCAL AND REMOTE ALARMS INCLUDES 7 DAY PROGRAMABLE TIMER FOR CONTROL AND AUTOMATION
REAL INNOVATION - YEARS OF RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
SMART SCALABLE MULTI ZONE WATER ALARMS
CUSTOM CIRCUIT DESIGN WITH EFFICIENT OPERATION AND LONG BATTERY LIFE, LOCAL AND REMOTE ALARMS
TECHNOLOGY INVENTED FROM GROUND-UP
LIGHT POLLUTION MULTI ZONE CUSTOM DESIGNED SENSITIVE LIGHT SENSORS
THE INTERNAL CIRCUITS WILL AUTOMATICALY TRIGGER REMOTE ALARMS IF THE LIGHT LEVELS EXCEED PRESET LEVELS. THE LIGHT SENSORS INCORPORATE A LARGE ACTIVE SENSOR AREA DESIGNED TO DETECT VERY SMALL AMOUNTS OF STRAY LIGHT. THE SENSOR HAS THE ABILITY TO DETECT WAVELENGHTS FROM 350-1100 nm.
The LIGHT METER has two digital readouts uses a Precision Zero-Drift Operational Amplifier for long term stable performance . Also the meter includes a voltage regulation circuit to insure measurement stability.
The meter has a secondary digital display meter to monitor the internal
battery voltage –and provides a accurate way to insure that the meter will always
have the proper voltage level to maintain the correct meter calibration.
The output of the HYPERXON LIGHT METERS are calibrated in the new photometric measurements unit called
SYNTHETIC SPECTRAL UNITS (SSU)
Specific SSU light levels range are provided as a guide line for various plant stages.
Each HYPERXON LIGHT METER is calibrated using our custom designed uniform output stabilized light source . Photoperiod and photoperiodism have effects on the growth and flowering of many plant species. The morphogenic responses of plants to light pollution that disrupt dark periods can be important may appear to be a confusing subject for some. Research has shown that it is the dark (or night) period that is more important than the light (or day) period for controlling photoperiodic responses.