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New Hygrometer
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I've been watching the wireless remotes for quite a while and have talked to the company. They are as good as it gets for the $$. I knew they made many of the radio shack units.  On the wet cloth method I THOUGHT I read that it was supposed to read 100% but it's been a long time since I read it. That's an awesome idea to put all of them in a humi to check consistency.  My prob with calibration still bugs the shit out of me that the % goes up (in the test bag) when the temp goes down. A LOT  So do you calibrate when you can controll the temp @ 75 where the norm room temp is going to be?   
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tafdom Wrote:I've been watching the wireless remotes for quite a while and have talked to the company. They are as good as it gets for the $$. I knew they made many of the radio shack units.  On the wet cloth method I THOUGHT I read that it was supposed to read 100% but it's been a long time since I read it. That's an awesome idea to put all of them in a humi to check consistency.  My prob with calibration still bugs the shit out of me that the % goes up (in the test bag) when the temp goes down. A LOT  So do you calibrate when you can controll the temp @ 75 where the norm room temp is going to be?   
it sometimes does do 100% depending on how wet the cloth is and if you dont use the double plastic bag. It is not reliable which is why I use a second trusted hygro to confirm my readings.
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