Greenhouse Environmental Control Computers

The greenhouse environment has to be accurately controlled to generate optimum conditions for crop production. Along with controlling the humidity and heat, ecological management computers may handle color systems and supplemental light, command carbon dioxide concentration, program and chain irrigation valves, and control the pH, EC, and temperature of their irrigation water.

The climate manager greenhouse computer for your facility incorporate these functions into one control system, environmental management computers may deal with the intricate directions between these components providing the grower with an instrument to maximize production.

Computerized environmental controls help decrease electricity costs by carefully controlling the surroundings and by organizing and integrating the use of each the climate control gear in the greenhouse. Better humidity and temperature measurement and incorporated gear control mean that electricity inputs could be delivered with much more accuracy and less waste.

By way of instance, lighting systems may be worked when light levels drop below a particular threshold, saving cash on electric costs. The computer system may handle this intelligently, by measuring light levels and operating the lights at an efficient fashion while shielding against equipment usage.

Similarly, by considering outside conditions, the management system might help avoid using expensive fuel for heating when it expects that outside conditions will cause a natural growth in the climate temperature. Environmental management computers may radically reduce the manual intervention required from the grower to keep the desirable conditions