Hey everyone, I've been running a 10 inch outlet fan and filter and an 8 inch intake fan to control odor and temps in my bloom room. They are hooked into a splitter which is plugged into a CAP controller which turns them on when temps get above 75 in the room. Here is my dilemma. During the dark period I want the fans to kick on every so often (maybe once an hour for a few minutes) to clear the stagnant air from the room, reducing smell buildup and relieving moisture heavy air that increases the growth of powdery mildew and mold. The plants naturally breathing and perspiring builds up a lot of 'wet' air while the lights are off for 12 hours. The problem is, during the winter the room stays very cool during the dark period and the fans will not turn on from the CAP controller. I want to find a way to leave my fans plugged into the temp sensor to operate as normal during daytime, but turn on once an hour for a brief time during the dark period without having to unplug the fans every dark cycle from the temp controller and plug them into a timer. I want the fans to be automated still, but switch to a temperature independent timer during the dark automatically rather than unplugging them myself. Anyone know how I could set up this duality to work? Has anyone figured out a good solution to a similar problem?