Move your intake to bottom. Then keep improving on points i gave you above until you get it to reasonable range.
And after you move intake to bottom, run duct out side of tent instead of top. Shorten up duct as much as possible too.
@dbrn32 the intake is the one with the carbon filter correct? And then your advice is to shorten the duct? (How does someone do that) and what do you mean restricting flow?
You have 2 fans. One should be bringing air into the tent and the more powerful fan should be attached to the filter removing air from the tent. The fan with filter removing air should be at top of tent and the fan bringing air into tent should be at bottom of tent.
I’m not sure if you’re being serious here, but if it were me, I would cut it to the minimum length that it would still do the job I needed it to.
This? Remove it and see if there is a substantial increase in the amount of air your fan moves without the filter in place. Maybe filter is plugged. Or maybe its poorly designed or assembled and a better filter would help.
@dbrn32 yes was being serious I figured that’s what you meant but wanted to make sure. I’ll move the incline fan to the bottom right now and take off the filter and see if that helps the tent cool down if I leave the flap to my tent open it gets down to 77 degrees if I could get my tent to that I would be content
Flap on bottom being open isn’t going to do much if fan is bringing air in right next to fan that is taking it out right? Sometimes if you just take a step back and look at what is happening things will make sense. If you want good air transition it has move the way that makes the most sense. Warm air rises. So coolest air is near bottom and warmest at top. Bring cool air in bottom and take warm air out top.
Not saying that will solve all your problems, but will give you best situation.
@dbrn32 well taking my filter off and moving the intake fan temps are now at 84-86 during light on stage
That is closer to where you want to be. Unfortunately you will probably want a filter. Maybe bigger fan in terms of cfm and less restrictive filter would help. Or you could cool the room your tent is in more.
Little update a pics on all of my girls
Try 78 at day and 70 at night. Raise humidty they are so young they need high humidity.
Plants know when lights off is coming so if it’s just after lights on or a bit before lights off they will droop.
In germ I keep the lights running 24/7 till they start to stretch some then I put them on 18/6
I don’t worry too much about what plants this small are doing as long as they aren’t dying. The littlest things will make them look funky.
Just avoid stretch and keep alive. When you transplant burry its stem and roots will grow out of the side like a tomatoe plant.
Things looking good!