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Measuring instruments

  • Soil and ambient air
    <p>These <strong>measuring instruments</strong> are perfect for controlling the environment in your grow room. They allow you to know if your plants have the right humidity or pH levels. When given the right parameters, your cannabis plants produce higher quality flowers that taste and smell much better.</p> <p><strong>Thermo-hygrometers</strong> can be used to find out the temperature and relative humidity in your grow room. It’s super useful for knowing <strong>how far away</strong> from your plants that your lights have to be. Simply place the sensor at the top of the plant closest to the bulb and move the light until the temperature is at a <strong>steady 25°</strong>. You can also measure relative humidity, which needs to be around <strong>60% during the growth period and 40% during the flowering period</strong> – excess humidity towards the end can cause fungi to appear and rot.</p> <p><strong>Our Max-Min Digital Thermo-hygrometer</strong> is used by placing it directly wherever you’re planning on taking the measurement; the humidity and temperature sensors are inside the device itself. You can use it to figure out the lowest temperature that your grow room reaches with the lights off, as it has an internal memory system that allows you to go back and <strong>check the registered temperatures</strong>. Make sure that it doesn’t go below <strong>10°</strong> at any point or you run the risk of mold and rot.</p> <p>The best type of <a href=""><strong>thermos-hygrometer</strong> are the ones with <strong>sensors</strong></a>, allowing you to test the temperature in your grow room without having to put the device anywhere near your plants. This avoids shading your plants and possibly stressing them out a bit.</p> <p>We also stock <strong>gauges for your plants’ substrate,</strong> which allow you to test pH levels and the humidity in your soil, as well as the amount of salts that have accumulated in your soil. These meters are super easy to use; simply place the probe in your soil and you’ll be able to almost instantly check all of its parameters. We sell various models, some of which are for specific parameters and others that <strong>measure various different things</strong> at once.</p> <p>Soil pH and hygrometers are <strong>super affordable and highly recommendable</strong> thanks to how easy and precise they are. If you don’t keep an eye on the pH of your cannabis plants, they may not be able to absorb all of the nutrients that you’re giving them. If you don’t keep an eye on your soil’s humidity you may end up accidentally overwatering, which can lead to root rot. Our <strong>soil hygrometer</strong> is perfect for growers that are having serious doubts when it comes wot how often they should water their plants.</p> <p>The Fertometer is a device used to <strong>gauge the amount of nutrients</strong> in your plants’ soil, which is useful if you’ve accidentally over-fed your plants or you’ve been under-feeding them. It’s designed to show three colors depending on the results; yellow is not enough nutrients, <strong>green is perfect and red is too many</strong>. In order to use it simply stick it into the soil and press the button.</p> <p>Rapitest is a meter that can provide you with <strong>three different parameter readings</strong>. You’ll be able to check the <strong>humidity</strong> and the <strong>pH</strong> in your plants’ soil. You can also check if your plants are receiving enough sunlight. Like the previous meter, simply place it in your plants soil and place the lever in the position that corresponds with the parameter you’d like to measure and it’ll be ready in a manner of seconds.</p> <p>We also sell<strong> controllers</strong> <strong>with large screens</strong> that allow you to check the amount of <strong>Co2</strong> in the air, which allows you to know if your extraction system is working correctly. If you don’t give your indoor plants a source of constant fresh air, they’ll begin to suffocate and if left like this for long enough they can die off. Use one of these meters in order to see if your plants can breathe properly or not.</p> <p>If you want to go a step further and find out how good the light is that you’re giving your plants, you can get yourself one of our <strong>Luxometers</strong>, which allow you to measure the amount of lumens that your grow lamp is letting off. You should get no less than <strong>5000 lumens during the growth period and 45000 during the flowering period</strong> – if you’re not getting this much you may need to replace an old bulb or simply upgrade your system.</p> <p>If preferred, you can also get various different meters that work via <strong>Bluetooth</strong>, sending all of the information straight to your phone or computer. The <strong>Flower Power Parrot</strong> is capable of telling you the humidity, light and temperature in your plants flowerpot periodically.</p> <p>We also <strong>stock sound level meters</strong>, which allow you to measure how much noise the devices in your grow room are making. You’ll be able to tell if you’re <strong>making enough noise</strong> for the neighbors to hear, which can be an issue if their nosy. We also have laser thermometers that allow you to gauge the temperature of certain surfaces.</p> <p><strong>Regardless of what parameter</strong> it is that you need to measure, we have the device you need. Every product that we sell has quite a complete description, where you can read the instructions on how to use this product.</p>
  • pH & EC Meters
    <p><strong>pH and EC meters</strong> are used in order to give your plants the best possible water quality, allowing them to absorb as many nutrients as possible. You can keep a close eye on the temperature, acidity and mineral concentration in your nutrient solution, guaranteeing <strong>healthier and higher-yielding plants</strong>.</p> <p>The pH in your plants’ soil is essentially what determines how many nutrients that your plants can absorb. During the growth period, your plants should have a <strong>constant pH of 5.5-6</strong> so that it can absorb as much nitrogen as possible, whereas during the flowering period it should be around 6.5-6.8 pH so that your plants can absorb more phosphorus and potassium. Meters are needed to figure out the <strong>pH and EC of your nutrient solution</strong> so that you can adjust them accordingly.</p> <p><strong>EC stands for electro-conductivity</strong>, and it indicates the amount of dissolved minerals and nutrients in your water. Using base water with a <strong>high EC is bad for your plants</strong>, as you add in more nutrients the EC will get much too high. With our EC meters, you should be able to see the EC in your base water, allowing you to work out the <strong>maximum amount of nutrients</strong> that you can add.</p> <p>Water temperature is another <strong>incredibly important factor</strong>, as it influences the amount of oxygen that’s in the water. At around <strong>23° water contains just 8.5 ppm</strong>, which is the perfect amount for nutrient absorption; more or less temperature will means too much or too little oxygen, which can negatively affect the amount of nutrients that your plants can absorb.</p> <p>Some devices only measure one parameter such as the <strong>Wassertech and Milwaukee pH and EC meters</strong>; they’re simple and affordable and do exactly what they’re supposed to do. If you manage to take care of them and don’t get them too wet, they should last you for quite a while. They’re super easy to calibrate thanks to our liquid solutions and their small screw.</p> <p>We also stock waterproof devices such as the<strong> <a href="">ADWA AD11 and AD31</a></strong>, as well as Hanna Combo devices which also allow you to <strong>measure EC, pH and temperature</strong> – you can drop these devices in your water without breaking them although don’t leave them in for too long. They’re perfect for hydroponic and aeroponic systems.</p> <p>If you use a tank or have an <strong>automatic watering system</strong>, you may need a continuous meter. We have various different models such as Bluelab Guardian or the Trimeter. These devices are essentially large screens and sensors that take constant measurements and stay on. These are also <strong>ideal for hydroponic systems</strong>.</p> <p>We <strong>stock pH and EC meters</strong> that come with an extended sensor so that you can take measurements from awkward angles and still see the screen. We stock various models and brands such as Hanna and Wassertech.</p> <p>We have <strong>potent EC meters such as the Truncheon</strong>, which is incredibly precise and doesn’t need to be calibrated. We also stock EC models that don’t even work with batteries; by simply shaking them they get enough charge to measure the EC;<strong> EC Shake Nutrient Meter</strong>.</p> <p>If you don’t have the time to personally control the pH and EC in your plants, some controllers can actually do it for you. pH Kontrol is capable of automatically adjusting the pH in your nutrient solution via a pump that doses out an acidic substance to adjust it and a sensor that’s constantly on.</p> <p>The <strong>Kontrol nutrient controller</strong> allows you to also dose out nutrients automatically if programmed correctly, as well as the pH. Depending on the strength of each pump, you can feed <strong>more or less plants</strong>.</p> <p>Find the<strong> best pH and EC meters</strong> on the market right here at by the best brands such as Hanna, Milwaukee and Bluelab at the best possible prices. Have a look through the catalogue; each device comes with a <strong>specific description and instructions</strong> on how to use it.</p>
  • Calibration Solutions
    <p><strong>Calibration Solutions</strong> are the only way to get reliable results from your <strong>pH and EC meters</strong>; these devices need to work as precisely as possible. Each solution is a specific pH or EC level, which allows you to calibrate your meter to the same level and keep it working like brand new.</p> <p>You can choose between <strong>pH 7 and pH 4 buffers</strong>, which allow you to calibrate any pH meter on the market. Some of them simply require a button to be pressed, whereas most meters require you to adjust a screw that controls the calibration. The meters that require the screw to be turned usually only need <strong>one calibration sachet</strong>, whereas the other ones may require two, one of each.</p> <p>We also stock<strong> EC liquids, 1413 and 12880</strong> to be specific. Some meters require one type, and others require the other type. The 1413 buffer is usually required for meters that don’t go over 9.9, and the other one is for meters that go over 9.9 (even if your plants won’t even come close to this much EC) – very few meters require this specific liquid, such as the waterproof ADWA meter.</p> <p>In order to keep your meters clean of minerals you’ll need to use a <strong>cleaning solution</strong> made specifically for this purpose. Simply place the sensor in the cleaning solution and it’ll rid it of any accumulated minerals, which can affect readings; keep your devices working as precise as possible.</p> <p>You’ll need to do some regular maintenance when it comes to keeping your <strong>pH and EC meters</strong> working properly. It’s not good for the sensors to be dry for too long, especially not the pH sensor. When you put it away you’ll need to place the sensor in some liquid. This stops it from drying out too much, which can cause it to flake and break. Use our maintenance liquid in order to keep your sensors hydrated and working like brand new – if you use normal water and then let it dry out, it may end up covered in lime which could also break.</p> <p>We stock <strong>20ml sachets as well as 250ml bottles</strong>; depending on how often you plan on using your meters, you’ll need more or less – the sachets are one-use only, whereas the bottles save money and time; cleaning and maintenance liquids only come in <strong>250ml bottle</strong>.</p> <p>If you’re looking for reliable buffers and calibration solutions for your <strong>pH and EC meters</strong>, look no more! Have a look through our catalogue and detailed descriptions to find the right one for you.</p>
  • Analyzers
    <p>Analyzers with which you can perfectly calculate the important parameters in your marijuana grow; from soil meters to the most modern <strong>cannabinoid and terpene</strong> gauges that can tell you the exact cannabinoid content in your weed.</p> <p><strong>MyDx</strong> is a complete cannabinoid and terpene analyzer that allows you to find out, in under six minutes, all of the elements that are in your weed. Each strain is characterized by its flavor and effect, which can be caused by <strong>different terpenes or cannabinoids</strong>. Also, depending on the grower, result may vary – the better the care plants receive, the better the results and the levels of cannabinoids and terpenes. Thanks to this analyzer you can easily analyze the amount of cannabinoids and terpenes in your strains and compare them with other growers all over the world. You can also <strong>check on the cannabinoid levels</strong> in your weed during your grow, allowing you to find out when they reach their maximum level.</p> <p><strong>Sample Inserts</strong> are the little capsules that you need to use with the <strong>MyDx</strong>, and you can easily buy replacement sample inserts for your MyDx once you run out of the inserts provided with the analyzer itself. You can get them in amounts of 3 to 12.</p> <p>With the <strong>NPK Quick Test</strong> for soil you can easily measure the amount of<strong> nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium</strong> in your plants’ soil, so you can keep them nice and happy. These meters are extremely important so that you don’t end up <strong>accidentally blocking the roots</strong>, which would cause your plants to suffer quite a lot. Many growers often notice problems with their plants and decide to add more and more nutes to their water, which tends to <strong>ruin the plants even more</strong>, and can even kill them – stay on top of your <strong>NPK with this quick test for soil</strong>.</p>
Measuring instruments for cannabis growing

Some of the most important tools in any growers room are measuring instruments, which are used to keep the parameters at the right levels, making for happy and healthy plants. Cannabis plants grow in plenty of different climates, although there is a list of specific parameters that are best, including humidity and temperature parameters. You can also keep an eye on your water’s pH and EC levels, as well as many other parameters.

We stock gauges that allow you to keep an eye on the temperature and humidity in your grow room as well as meters that allow you to control the pH and other parameters in your plants’ soil and nutrient solution. You’ll be able to give your plants the perfect micro-climate, adjusting all parameters as needed.

If you have more specific needs, you can get soil meters that allow you to measure the parameters in your plants’ soil. We have models that can be used for a specific parameter and models that measure more than one thing. We also stock gauges with two different probes that allow you to check if your plants’ soil is humid enough or if you need to water them yet while also checking the pH and EC in your soil; you’ll know exactly what parameters need adjusting and which ones don’t. We have meters that only measure humidity or pH. We also stock thermometers for your flowerpots, which come in super handy during the winter – you’ll be able to tell if your plants’ roots are too cold, or too hot during those unforgiving summer months.

We also have environmental gauges, which allows you to test the atmospheric parameters in your grow room such as temperature, humidity and Co2 concentration. These devices are incredibly helpful when it comes to growing cannabis; you can use them to figure out stuff like how far away from the plants to hang your light, if you need to bring in more fresh air or if the humidity in your grow room is too high. You can also get a light meter if you want to know if your plants are receiving the best possible light, or a noise gauge to see if your grow room devices are making too much noise for your liking.

Thermo-hygrometers can be used to measure both the temperature and humidity in your grow room, allowing you to keep a close eye on your plants and their general state. You’ll be able to figure out the relative humidity in your grow room, which is essential when you’re rooting clones or when your plants are in the middle of the flowering period; clones need high humidity and flowering plants prefer low humidity. We stock various models, some of which take the reading from the device itself and others that come with an actual probe/sensor that can be placed anywhere in your grow, allowing you to know what parameters need to be adjusted for optimal plant growth.

Our Co2 meters allow you to know if your plants have enough Co2 in their room in order for photosynthesis to work. If you don’t have an extraction system in your grow room that renews old, stale air, then your plants won’t have any Co2 to breathe and they may stop growing and eventually die if left long enough. If you have a Co2 controller you can check your grow room and find any stagnant air bubbles, and if you have an actual Co2 burner you’ll be able to give your plants the perfect amount of breathable air.

Our pH and EC meters are perfect if you want to give your plants the best possible water and nutrient solutions. pH meters allow you to see how acid your plants’ water is, which you can then adjust if needed – the amount of nutrients that your plants can absorb depends entirely on the pH of the water used and of the soil you’re growing in. For example, plants need enormous amounts of nitrogen during the growth period, which requires a low pH level to be absorbed. During the flowering period, however, you’ll need to increase pH as your plants need to absorb much more phosphorus and potassium. If you keep on top of pH levels you can increase plant performance quite a lot.

EC is quite similar; if you give your plants a nutrient solution high in EC, they won’t be able to absorb it. The EC in your nutrient solution is a representation of the amount of salts in the mixture; your plants’ roots are a sort of filter that can only allow a certain concentration of nutrients through. So if your EC is too high, your plants won’t be able to absorb anything efficiently. This can really put a downer on your plants’ roots, causing them to burn out and eventually possibly die; this can be fixed by washing out your plants’ roots, although it’s best not to let it get to that stage anyway.

Of course, you’ll need calibrating liquids in order to start using your measuring instruments; we stock various different brands so that your devices always give you the most accurate measurements, avoiding nasty mishaps.

Whatever the device you’re looking for, you’ll find it right here at at some of the best prices on the market. Each product comes with its own detailed description so that you know exactly what you’re getting, alongside an explanatory video in Spanish.