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Existing customers who already have TEROS 12 sensors: You may order additional TEROS 12’s (which we’ll still carry lower inventory of), or the new TEROS ONE. There is also a trade-in promotion to upgrade your TEROS 12 sensors to TEROS ONEs.
When mixing TEROS 12 and TEROS ONE sensors in one facility, we recommend that you separate these sensors between flower rooms, only using one type of substrate sensor per room. The reason for this is to avoid confusion with readings being slightly different between the sensors due to an increased accuracy with the TEROS ONE.
New customers who started with TEROS ONE sensors: You may order additional TEROS ONEs.
The diagram below shows charts of the scientific testing behind these assertions.
To make this easier to understand, we have also abstracted the relative characteristics of each sensor using the “targets” below. The tightness of the “shot grouping” indicates how precise each sensor is, i.e. how repeatable its readings are. Tighter grouping means higher precision.
The relationship of the center of the “shot grouping” to the bullseye indicates how accurate the sensor is, i.e. how close the measured value is to the underlying truth (eg. your room is at 76 degrees but the thermostat measures 77 degrees). The closer that group is to being centered on the bullseye, the more precise it is.