This guide will teach you how to use and navigate through the AC Infinity app, which allows you to remotely control your fan using your mobile device. Click on the links below to jump to information on a specific app function.

Trigger and Timer Settings | Advanced Programming | Data and Statistics | Activity Log | Controller Settings

Adding a New Device

To pair the app with your temperature and humidity controller, tap the “+” icon on the top right corner of the screen. Your phone will automatically activate Bluetooth and attempt to connect with the controller. Once the pairing is successful, a new device will appear on your screen displaying the current temperature, relative humidity, and fan speed. Tapping the device slot will bring you into the control console, where you will be able to adjust settings and usage data.


Trigger and Timer Settings

The wheel provides a visual representation of the controller’s functions, featuring hands that you can slide to easily adjust fan speed and triggers. You can also change settings by using the slider below the wheel or by tapping the “+/-” buttons for more precise adjustments.

In the wheel’s center displays the current fan speed, time, and climate condition of the space in which the probe is set. The orange hand along the wheel indicates the current temperature or humidity along with the number in the center. You can toggle between climate readings and triggers by tapping the button on the lower-right corner of the wheel. Tapping the button on the lower-left corner will drop down the available fan functions.

OFF & ON Mode

While you are in the OFF mode, your AC Infinity fan will not run and create airflow. Instead, this mode will allow you to set a minimum fan speed within the AUTO, TIMER, CYCLE, and SCHEDULE modes. The minimum fan speed will not be active until you navigate from OFF or ON mode.

ON mode will actively spin the fan in the speed you set it.


In this mode, low climate triggers are set by the shorter hand while high climate triggers are set by the longer hand. White bars on the wheel indicate the point in which your fan is running in ON mode. In addition to the wheel hands, sliders, and “+/-” buttons, the triggers also include sliding buttons that switch them on or off.

How to Create an Active Range

Some home growers want their fan to speed up during specific pockets to keep consistent climate conditions in their grow tents. The adjustment wheel will allow you to easily create a small range in temperature or humidity where your fan will run in ON mode. To set an active range, slide the longer hand past the shorter hand, and vice versa.


Timer to ON & OFF

Your fan will run in your OFF Mode speed when you are in the Timer to ON mode. After adjusting the timer, leave the sliders alone for about three seconds to begin the countdown. This is indicated by the counter in the center of the wheel, which also includes current fan speed, temperature, or humidity. Your fan will run in your ON Mode speed when the countdown hits 0:00.

The same steps apply to the Timer to OFF mode as well where your fan will operate in your ON mode speed instead. Your fan will transition to the OFF mode speed when the countdown hits 0:00.


Slide the ON and OFF hands clockwise to increase the time and slide them counterclockwise will decrease the time. Leaving the sliders alone for about three seconds will begin the countdown, alternating between ON and OFF mode speeds as each one triggers.

The orange bar switches between hands to indicate if your fan is running in ON or OFF mode. It lays on the Cycle ON hand when running in ON Mode speed, and the Cycle OFF hand when running in OFF Mode speed.


Use the SRT slider and the END slider on the wheel to set an ON mode start time and end time, respectively. The range in which your fan is running in ON mode is indicated on the wheel with white bars, while the OFF mode range is indicated with gray bars.

For the SCHEDULE Mode to accurately activate your fan, make sure to adjust the controller’s clock to match your phone’s time.

ADV Programming

This section allows you to program automated controls, alarms, and notifications for customized commands. To create an advanced program, tap the “+” button on the bottom right corner of your screen. Then select the one you want to set up. You can turn it on or off anytime by tapping the slider button on the right-hand side of your screen.



Setting an automation program will allow you to activate a function during the day. Here you can name the program, adjust the start and end time, and select from the functions listed below. When you are finished, tap the confirm button to set the automation program.

  • ON
  • OFF
  • AUTO Mode


If an alarm is set, the controller will make a beeping sound when a temperature or humidity point is crossed. If any of the other modes are check boxed within the same alarm programming, the alarm will make the controller beep if those conditions are met as well. You can select one or all the following functions to trigger an alarm:

  • Temperature or Humidity
  • AUTO Mode
  • Timer to ON
  • Timer to OFF
  • CYCLE Mode


When arming a notification program, any function listed above that is activated will generate a push notification which will be logged in the activity log.

Data and Statistics

This section stores quantitative data that is recorded by the controller. You can tap each time interval (hour, day, week, month, or year) at the top of your screen to see the spread of the climate data. Temperature and humidity readings are displayed in fluctuation charts and allow you to see how your space’s climate varies. Temperature and humidity distribution are represented by bar graphs and tell you the most common climate condition within a given time interval. You can export this data as a CSV spreadsheet file to log and track it on your PC.


Activity Log

If you created an advanced notification program, any function you’ve check boxed will generate a push notification if there is an activity from that function. These notifications will be logged here with a time, date, and what the activity was. This history log can be filtered to only display certain functions which include the following:

  • AUTO Triggers
  • TIMER to ON
  • TIMER to OFF
  • Automations
  • Alarms
  • Notifications (From Advanced Programming)

Controller Settings

Tap the gear button at the top right corner of your screen to adjust the controller settings. This is where you will configure your controller’s display, adjust climate readings, and change its name.

This menu includes a sliding button that will toggle between Celsius and Fahrenheit scales. You can also select the controller screen brightness using three standard levels [1, 2, and 3] and two auto-dimming modes [A2 and A3]. Sliders accompany each transition and calibration setting to easily adjust how frequent your fan changes speed, and temperature and humidity readings.

When you finish adjusting your controller settings, tap the confirm button to apply the changes. You can also cancel your changes or delete the device from the app.