Gathering and utilizing information is the key to understanding the true conditions in your grow operation. Gaining this visibility is the first step in creating a controlled environment ideal for healthy plant development. Accurate sensors combined with data analytics enable the cultivator to make intelligent, data-based decisions and to understand the impact subtle changes in the environment have on the harvest. This visibility is crucial to getting consistent and repeatable results. You can't control what you don't measure, so it's important to measure everything that affects the plant's ability to thrive.
When plants are at risk, every second matters. The earlier a temperature spike or equipment problem is discovered, the less impact it will have on valuable inventory. Nate sensors provide remote, real-time monitoring and notification that alerts growers about an issue before it becomes a problem. Our sensors make it easy to monitor conditions so the grower can maximize yield and minimize crop risk.
NATE AIR SENSORS
- Air Temperature
- Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
- Oxygen (O2)
- Atmospheric Pressure
Maintaining the air quality in a greenhouse environment is crucial. Fluctuations can stress or damage plants in as little as a few hours. Nate Air Sensors provide a cost-effective yet powerful way to ensure plants stay healthy.
- Maximize plant yield
- Ensure optimal growing conditions
- Prevent widespread plant damage (or loss) from mildew, algae, or disease
- Realize significant cost savings
Nate sensors work together with a Nate Automation Master or L2 Grow Lights providing fully automated data tracking, logging and cloud-based analytics as well as enabling closed-loop control of the plant’s environment. They provide all the key metrics for ensuring the air in the greenhouse or indoor grow is optimal for healthy plants.
- Factory calibrated, high-accuracy, scientific-grade
- Fully-automated system, easy to use – tracks conditions saving time and resources
- Wireless and battery-powered – easy installation and maintenance-free
- 3-year warranty
- Optimized for horticulture applications
- Proudly designed and manufactured in Austin, Texas
Available in three configurations:
|Model||Temperature and Humidity||CO2 and Atmospheric Pressure||O2|
A Nate L2 Grow Light or Automation Master is required to use our sensors.
How to Maximize the Impact of your Greenhouse Sensor Data
Measure what Matters
- Record everything that matters to the plants for photosynthesis, growth, and specific desired characteristics.
- Monitor grow equipment performance for potential issues so that they can be detected and acted upon before they become big problems.
Use High-Quality Sensors
- Only invest in high-quality, accurate, and dependable sensors.
- Inaccurate or incomplete data about the growing environment can be worse than having no data at all.
Select Appropriate Sensor Locations
- Place the sensors close to the plants to get the best information about grow conditions. Temperature readings, for example, can vary significantly from soil level, canopy level, and even a short distance away from the plants.
Use Multiple Sensors for Uniformity Insight
- Provides insight regarding uniformity that can indicate when air circulation needs to be improved. For example, detect hot spots, cool spots, or areas where CO2 levels are straying from target.