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Our Thoughts: The Zoo Med Environmental Control Center

Updated: Sep 25, 2023


The Zoo Med Environmental Control Center is an excellent all-in-one solution for controlling the temperature, humidity, and lighting in your reptile enclosure. It is easy to use and program, and it offers a wide range of features that make it ideal for a variety of reptile species.

Features:

  • Two temperature control channels

  • Humidity control channel

  • Lighting control channel

  • Day/night cycle programming

  • Temperature and humidity alarms

  • Dimming function

  • Backup battery

Pros:

  • Easy to use and program

  • Wide range of features

  • Compatible with a variety of reptile species

  • Accurate temperature and humidity readings

  • Dimming function is great for creating a natural day/night cycle

  • Backup battery ensures that your reptile's environment is properly regulated in case of a power outage

Cons:

  • Can be expensive

  • Some users have reported that the humidity sensor can be inaccurate

  • The backup battery only lasts for a few hours

Overall: The Zoo Med Environmental Control Center is an excellent all-in-one solution for controlling the environment in your reptile enclosure. It is easy to use and offers a wide range of features that make it ideal for a variety of reptile species. However, it can be expensive, and some users have reported that the humidity sensor can be inaccurate.

Recommendation: I would recommend the Zoo Med Environmental Control Center to anyone who is looking for an easy-to-use and reliable way to control the temperature, humidity, and lighting in their reptile enclosure. It is especially useful for people who have multiple reptile enclosures, as it allows you to control all of your enclosures from a single location.

Zoo Med Environmental Control Centre

If you are interested in getting one for yourself, you can view the product here.


Please feel free to leave your comments, and share your own experience if you've used the product before.


Thank you for reading,

Chris

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