Introduction

The setting creates maximum and minimum level limits that your device can operate at when running in other Mode programming. Unlike other settings, the max and min levels are set in ON and OFF Mode respectively. Once set, you can go to another mode which will now follow the limits. As a reminder, levels can be set from 0 to 10, with level 0 powering the device off and level 10 bringing the device to its full power. This enables you to vary the speed of fans and change the brightness intensity of grow lights. Affects AUTO Mode, TIMER TO ON Mode, TIMER TO OFF Mode, CYCLE Mode, and SCHEDULE Mode. This setting is only available on UIS™ Controllers. 

 

Maximum Level Setting (ON Mode)

The number you set in ON Mode will be the maximum level that your device can run at in all other modes. For example, you've set the level to 8 while in ON Mode, then switch to AUTO Mode so your device will be triggered by the temperature or humidity. In this scenario, your device will run at level 8 whenever it is triggered to turn on. If you have a Transition Setting active, your device will incrementally increase its level until it reaches level 8. Do not set the maximum level to 0; your device will turn off when it’s triggered to turn on in other modes.

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Minimum Level Setting (OFF Mode)

The number you set in OFF Mode will be the minimum level that your device can run at in all other modes. Devices will continuously run at this baseline level even when not triggered ON. For example, you've set the level to 3 while in OFF Mode, then switch to AUTO Mode so your device will be triggered by temperature or humidity. In this scenario, your device will continuously run at level 3 until it is triggered to turn ON. If you have a Transition Setting active, your device will begin its incremental level increase starting at level 3. If you want your device to completely turn off when triggered OFF, set the minimum level to 0. 

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