The Pro Line remote, multi-light PWM controller provides an inexpensive way to control up to 100 Pro Line LED grow lights using simple daisy chain wiring with the RJ45 network cables included with your Pro Line light.
The controller is powered by the Drivers on your Pro Line lights and includes an internal battery that will keep your lights on schedule in the event of a power outage. When power returns, the controller knows whether your lights should be on or off based on the schedule you've programmed, so your lights will never come back on when they should be off or vice versa.
Multi-light, Daisy Chain Control
Control up to 100 lights using simple daisy chain wiring between the dimmer boxes on your Pro Line lights
Preset or Programmable Sunrise/Sunset Simulation
Simulate sunrise and sunset by programming your lights to gradually increase intensity at the beginning of the day and gradually decrease intensity at the end of the day. To preset schedules are included or you can program your own schedule using the included remote control
Battery Backup Ensures Your Grow Stays on Schedule
Onboard battery is continuously charged while the lights are in operation. If power goes out in your grow, the battery keeps track of your light schedule and will automatically resume with the lights in the "correct" on/off sequence and with the correct Sunrise/Sunset intensity when power comes back on
Remote Control On/Off and Programming
Each multi-light controller comes with a handy remote control that can be used to quickly turn your lights on and off and to program your light schedules
Total Lights Controlled: Up to 100
Input Power: 12V input power is provided by Pro Line drivers (power supplies). Use on non-Pro Line lights requires an external 12V power supply (not included).
- 1 x Remote, PWM, Multi-Light Controller with RJ45 cable
- 1 x Remote Control
- 1 x Instruction Booklet
PLEASE NOTE: For independent red/blue spectrum control (separate on/off schedules for Big Red/Super Blue lightbars w Photon Boost dual driver configurations) 2 "separate" controllers are required.
If you DO NOT need to control red and blue spectrums separately, only one controller is required. You can daisy chain the second dimmer box with the included RJ45 cable so both drivers are controlled by a single.controller.