- Both cables are approximately 3-4 meters long.
- No, LightSnap and the CI-800 do not automatically apply corrections for daylight savings.
- The LED beam angle is 110 degrees.
- Each CI-800 LED has a 5-Watt intensity rated at 50,000 hours of life with a 15-18% drop in spectral intensity over the life of the CI-800.
- The PAR output of the CI-800 is 350 µmol/m2/s with the LED 1 foot above the plant canopy.
- The fluorescent tube for equivalent for the CI-800 is: Six - T5 fluorescents or Fourteen - T8 fluorescents.
- The uniform lighting coverage at 1 foot above plant material is 18 x 48 inches of growing surface.
- The CI-800 has no output in the far red spectral region.
- If you cannot see the CI-800 in your wireless connections:
Does the light come on immediately? Do you see the CI-800 in the wireless networks? If yes, connect and open LightSnap!©
If no, you may need to do a hard or factory reset of the control box. To execute this:
- make sure the antennae is connected to the control box and pointing upwards
- try turning the control box off and then back on
- try turning your PC's WiFi off and back on
Now, the CI-800 should appear in the networks.
- Disconnect your PC from the CI-800 if you are connected via Wi-Fi.
- Turn the device on.
- Turn the device off when the White LED turns off (indicating boot has completed.)
- Repeat this process until the Red LED turns on and stays on.
- The Red LEDs will stay on while the device is resetting.
- When the Red light turns off, factory reset is complete.
- If the factory reset was successful, Blue, Red and White LEDs briefly light up sequentially and repeat.
- If the factory reset was not successful, all the LEDs will turn off. If this happens, turn the control box off and back on to repeat the factory reset process.
- Open up the desired manual in a browser window
- Click ‘Accessibility Mode’
- Select the download icon. The manual will download as a pdf.