In indoor gardens a successful, profitable harvest is 10% dependent on lights, soil and nutrients and 90% on environment. Be proactive for the best results!

You've spent thousands on lights, soil and nutrients hoping for the best yield possible. You have great genetics and a 9-week window to maximize production. Plants, like humans, are most efficient when their environment is kept within tight parameters, leading to maximum performance and yield. Do you want to see the science?

You can't control what you don't measure.

THCGuard stands for Temperature, Humidity and CO2 Guardian. The THCGuard system monitors your garden 24/7 and will produce real-time views of your environment as well as daily, weekly and monthly charts that allow you to monitor all of the statistics that are critical for an optimal harvest, (quantity and quality), allowing you to tune your environment for the best possible results! We monitor up to 18 different data points, and can alert you via text or email within minutes if any of these critical data points fall outside ranges you set. The alert criteria can also be different for your light and dark periods.

How much is a significant yield improvement worth to you? Stress-free plants produce more fruit. It's science, not magic! Monitor and tune your environment to get the best return on your investment! For those new to growing indoors, our artificial intelligence network can also offer real-time suggestions from our master gardeners on practical ways to improve your environment, based on what we know about your current setup and the live data.

Sh-tuff happens. Make sure you have time to react when it does!

The THCGuard system monitors your garden 24/7 and alerts you immediately via text whenever something is outside of the ranges you set. Failures of any kind can cause significant reduction in your crop yields. Some failures can wipe out an entire season. Timely notice of any system or component failure gives you the best chance to reduce the impact!

Light failures in veg. Circuit breakers trip, bulbs burn out, ballasts fail. If your lights stay off for over 12 hours, your plants will begin their flowering cycle! If you find out too late and try to revert the light cycle, the plants will be stressed and will not produce as much as they could have. Mother plants are ruined, because any clones produced from them will be stressed!

Light intrusion during flowering. Timers get reset inadvertently, light leaks happen, doors are occasionally left open, and interior lights can be left on. Any light intrusion during your plants' dark cycles will inhibit hormone production and stress the plants, lowering your potential yield considerably!

Air conditioner or fan failures. Every one of your lights is a 1000-watt heater! At temperatures above 90 degrees your plants stop growing. At 110 degrees they start to dehydrate and die - starting at the tops of the plants, where the heat is highest. If your air conditioner or fans fail for any reason, you can lose an entire crop in just hours. Timely notification of high temperatures is critical!

Heater failures. At temperatures below 50 degrees, plant growth is severely compromised. At 32 degrees, roots and microorganisms freeze, causing plant stress or death, and pipes or irrigation lines freeze, potentially causing water leaks and flooding.

Dehumidifier failures. High humidity makes it difficult for plants to transpire and can lead to mold and insect infestations. Low humidity stops transpiration to conserve water, ending photosynthesis.

High CO2 levels can indicate malfunctioning equipment, such as emitter valves stuck open or exhaust fans not working. CO2 levels over 1200ppm are not beneficial. Additionally, high CO2 levels at night are not effective because environmental CO2 is only used during photosynthesis, which requires light.

Low CO2 levels can indicate leaks or malfunctioning equipment, such as emitter failure, exhaust fans not shutting off, wasting CO2, or empty cylinders, all leading to higher costs and lower yields.

Each THCGuard Airnode Pro module also has 4 external ports that can be connected to security sensors, such as motion and door sensors, or other system sensors such as high/low-level sensors in water tanks, water leak sensors, air flow sensors, etc. You will be notified immediately if any of these ports are triggered!

Plants are highly complex factories. Any condition that is outside their preferred ranges will cause stress, leading to lower yields. Monitor your environment 24/7 to protect and improve your ROI!

Get started now!
 ColdBox Debugger v
   

Framework Info:
ColdBox Perseverance 5.5.0+958 Joshua 1:9
Application Name:
THCGuard (environment=development)
TimeStamp:
Aug-20-2019 06:24:55 AM
Server Instance:
WebTest (127.0.0.1)
HTTP Method:
GET
HTTP Headers:
HTTP Headers (click to expand)
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Current Event:
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Current Layout:
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Current View:
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Current Route:
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Routed URL:
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Routed Namespace:
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LogBox Appenders:
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RootLogger Levels:
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Loaded Modules:
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Total Framework Request Execution Time: 547 ms
 ColdBox Modules

Below you can see the loaded application modules.

Module Author Version V.P.L L.P.L Load Time CMDS
HTML Helper


No Entry Point Defined
Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:28 PM
 
function-linenums
Utility module for computing function names from source paths and line numbers.

No Entry Point Defined
John Berquist Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:30 PM
 
sentry
A module to log and send bug reports to Sentry

No Entry Point Defined
Ortus Solutions 1.3.25+120 Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:30 PM
 
JavaLoader
A JavaLoader Module for ColdBox

No Entry Point Defined
Ortus Solutions 1.7.0+42 Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:29 PM
 
ColdBox MessageBox
A nice module to produce informative messageboxes leveraging Flash RAM

No Entry Point Defined
Luis Majano 3..0.2+41 Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:29 PM
 
ColdBox Debugger
The ColdBox Debugger Module

Open Module Entry Point
Curt Gratz - Ortus Solutions Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:29 PM
 
oauth2 Server
oauth2 server component

No Entry Point Defined
Mark Griffon 1.0.0 Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:29 PM
 
twilio-sdk


No Entry Point Defined
Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:30 PM
 
Socialite
A cool social auth module

No Entry Point Defined
Francesco Pepe 1.1.0 Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:30 PM
 
hyper


No Entry Point Defined
Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:30 PM
 
redirectBack
Caches the last request in the flash scope to give easy redirects back

No Entry Point Defined
Eric Peterson 1.0.1 Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:29 PM
 
ColdBox Mail Services
A module that allows you to leverage many mail service protocols in a nice abstracted API

No Entry Point Defined
Ortus Solutions @[email protected] Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:29 PM
 
BCrypt
A ColdBox module for BCrypt. Creates cryptographically strong (and slow) password hashes.

No Entry Point Defined
Ortus Solutions 2.5.0-snapshot Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:28 PM
 
qb
Query builder for the rest of us

No Entry Point Defined
Eric Peterson 5.0.0 Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:29 PM
 
cfmigrations
Keep track and run your database migrations with CFML

No Entry Point Defined
Eric Peterson 0.0.0 Yes Yes Aug-18
11:52:29 PM
 

* V.P.L = View Parent Lookup Order
* L.P.L = Layout Parent Lookup Order

 ColdBox Request Structures
Public Collection
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Approximate Debug Rendering Time: 78 ms