The innovative RAYN Syrcadia software offers granular control of variable spectrum horticultural research luminaires and supplemental devices, like dimmers and relays. The software runs on the RAYN Touch controller or on a PC and controls multiple growing zones independently, with the ability to record specific spectra and trigger those spectra using day plans with to-the-second, time-of-day commands. Record sequences of days with iterations to manage crop illumination automatically within each zone. With the spectra recording, scheduling, and reporting features in RAYN Syrcadia, researchers can easily recreate lighting conditions for each experiment.
RAYN Syrcadia software makes it easy to set up spectra using a graphical interface, displaying the number of emitted μmol/s for each waveband of each light. RAYN Syrcadia supports up to 80 individually controllable luminaires or relays per installation. Make the system your own by setting each luminaire to any desired spectral mix.
Monitor PAR with the RAYN Photo Sensor. When paired with the Photo Sensor, RAYN Syrcadia’s Daily Light Integral (DLI) control allows you to monitor and adjust the amount of light energy your plants receive each day.
Track the feedback from RAYN sensors directly in RAYN Syrcadia with a history graph and export collected data as a report. RAYN Syrcadia configurations, including spectral levels and day plan programming, can also be exported for accurate record keeping.
The RAYN Touch grow light controller offers a dedicated hardware solution for RAYN Syrcadia software. It’s entirely self-contained with a touchscreen, data connections, and a wireless sensor antenna. Use the simple, direct touch interface to combine spectra and day plans into comprehensive crop plans in your research environment.