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Titan Controls® Helios® 18 - 12 Light 240 V Controller with Dual Trigger Cords
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Titan Controls® Helios® 18 - 12 Light 240 V Controller with Dual Trigger Cords

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HGC702843 - Titan Controls Helios 18 - 12 Light 240 Volt Controller w/ Dual Trigger Cords (4/Cs)
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HGC702843 - Titan Controls Helios 18 - 12 Light 240 Volt Controller w/ Dual Trigger Cords (4/Cs)
  EACH CASE PALLET
Upc: 849969003840 10849969003847
Quantity: 4
Volume (cf): 0.831 3.633
Dim Weight (in3/lb): 10.332 45.159
Weight (lb): 11.850 49.400
Length (in): 16.500 27.600
Width (in): 13.600 17.100
Height (in): 6.400 13.300
What is the 'trigger cord' for?
The 'trigger cord' activates and deactivates your light bank. It uses a standard 120 Volt circuit to open and close the high power relay inside the Helios 18 lighting controller. When the trigger cord activates the relay, you will hear a 'thunk' sound. This is the relay turning ON your light bank. When the trigger cord defeats the 120 Volt power to the relay, you will hear the 'thunk' sound again and your lights will be OFF. To operate your light bank, plug the 'trigger cord' into a 120 Volt 24 hour appliance timer (we suggest Apollo 6 or Apollo 7 120V timers) and set your required lighting schedule (normally 18 hours in vegatative stage and 12 hours in flowering stage). Your grow lights will operate based on the ON/OFF settings on the 24 hour timer. See application diagram for more information.
What is the 'trigger cord' for?
The 'trigger cord' activates and deactivates your light bank. It uses a standard 120 Volt circuit to open and close the high power relay inside the Helios 4 lighting controller. When the trigger cord activates the relay, you will hear a 'thunk' sound. This is the relay turning ON your light bank. When the trigger cord defeats the 120 Volt power to the relay, you will hear the 'thunk' sound again and your lights will be OFF. To operate your light bank, plug the 'trigger cord' into a 120 Volt 24 hour appliance timer (we suggest Apollo 6 or Apollo 7 120V timers) and set your required lighting schedule (normally 18 hours in vegatative stage and 12 hours in flowering stage). Your grow lights will operate based on the ON/OFF settings on the 24 hour timer. See application diagram for more information.
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