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Old 04-08-2020, 07:35 PM #331
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Getting controls set up for this years grow.
Planning on an old iPad in the door for manual control.

24v DPDT roll up sides
12v DPDT ridge vent actuator
3x 12v switches for irrigation valves
5x 110v switched outlets for fans and extra.

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Old 04-08-2020, 08:47 PM #332
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Getting controls set up for this years grow.
Planning on an old iPad in the door for manual control.

24v DPDT roll up sides
12v DPDT ridge vent actuator
3x 12v switches for irrigation valves
5x 110v switched outlets for fans and extra.

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What irrigation valve uses 12v?
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Old 04-08-2020, 09:28 PM #333
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Yup, you're right. That's a mistake. It will be 24v. Thanks.
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Crushing yuba. For controlling the motors via tinge relay.
What kind of wire are you using to connect polr on the relay? ie 5 to 4 or 8 to 1

Where motor 1 and motor 2’s wire have to come together to connect to a pole, either 5 or 8, is it three wires coming together? Ie motor 1, motor 2, and a wire from pole 5 or 8 all spliced together?
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Crushing yuba. For controlling the motors via tinge relay.
What kind of wire are you using to connect polr on the relay? ie 5 to 4 or 8 to 1

Where motor 1 and motor 2’s wire have to come together to connect to a pole, either 5 or 8, is it three wires coming together? Ie motor 1, motor 2, and a wire from pole 5 or 8 all spliced together?
I'm not sure what pin numbers because i don't have a relay in front of me. And your pin numbering may be different then the ones i use.
If you post a picture of the side of the relay you are using with the diagram, i can tell you which pins should be connected. On the output side of the relay I use a jumper to connect the normally open pole 1 to normaly closed pole 2. Normally open pole 2 to normally closed pole 1.
If you post a picture of the socket you put the relay in, i can draw a diagram.

I don't usually do splicing. I use terminals. Splicing 3 wires together is hard and unsightly. I suggest getting a set of terminal blocks to separate the 2 motors.
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Just bought my bender and getting ready to go get some pipe for a build. Awesome guide bro, thank you for the info.
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I had 45 plants that i used as mini moms. They just blew up on me. Space is 1200 sqft. They really need more room, but it's what i got available. I was using that greenhouse blacked out as a storage barn for the last few years.
I'm gonna get a run in and then I'm going to turn it back into a barn before the rain comes.

I am debating putting them in bigger pots, but I'll probably just give them hydro nutes 3x a day
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Looks like you're going to have a full house.
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CrushnYuba,

Sorry to hijack thread. I thought I read a while back you know of a supplier in Northern California for diy greenhouse kits? I want to ditch pvc/tposts and crap and do a couple of these on my property in Nor Cal valley. Eventually do at least one as a light dep. Thanks
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Sorry to hijack thread. I thought I read a while back you know of a supplier in Northern California for diy greenhouse kits? I want to ditch pvc/tposts and crap and do a couple of these on my property in Nor Cal valley. Eventually do at least one as a light dep. Thanks
Its not hijacking. Anything involving building a greenhouse is on topic.

Diy is diy. A kit is a kit. I could sell you a blackout kit that just consists of 2 motors and a controller.

There are supply stores like greenhouse mega store in sac. You can look at their website. Get plastics, wiggle wire and everything. The kits they offer are standard greenhouse kits. If you wanted to diy, you would get materials separately.
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