Phototron Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: PHOT), a leading technology supplier to the hydroponic growing industry, today announced that its wholly owned SG Sensors division launched beta testing for its state-of-the-art wireless sensors and controllers, designed for growers of all sizes in the medicinal marijuana industry.
Indoor medical marijuana production of the highest quality depends on maintaining ideal conditions for all stages of grow room operations. In turn, this depends on constant monitoring of many key variables that can mean the difference between successful growing and crop loss. With the new SG Sensors-brand sensors and controllers, growers of all sizes can access the key variables of grow room operations in real time, as well as adjust for and control those conditions. This functionality will soon be available in an integrated suite of wireless SG Sensor products after beta testing is complete.
“We are confident that growers of all sizes will appreciate the new functionality that our SG Sensor products bring to the market,” said Phototron Holdings CEO Sterling Scott. “Our solution provides access to key grow room information 24/7 from a mobile platform, which allows growers to securely and effectively operate without being tethered to any one location.”
Phototron is initially focusing its sales and marketing efforts on medical marijuana grow operations due to the high value of the crops and their sensitivity to a host of conditions.
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