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Perry

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Jun 12, 2005, 8:47:28 PM6/12/05
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Hi folks,

Can anyone suggest an inexpensive, yet fairly accurate, brand/model of
hygrometer? I guess I want a standlone, since I have other functions on my
mini-weather station but not anything for humidity. I didn't see anything
at Davis. Or would I be better off trading up for an integrated station
that included humidity instrumentation?

-Perry-

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Alphonso

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Jun 12, 2005, 11:42:52 PM6/12/05
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Never had any luck with rh stand-alones.

Hope this helps.

Regards, Lou


PS: back a year or two Radio Shack used to carry a wireless
thermomether/hygrometer that recorded the temperature/humidity on the
inside unit from outside.

Alphonso

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Jun 12, 2005, 11:44:44 PM6/12/05
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Never had any luck with rh stand-alones.

Hope this helps.

Regards, Lou


PS: back a year or two Radio Shack used to carry a wireless
thermomether/hygrometer that recorded the temperature/humidity on the
inside unit from outside.

Alphonso

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Jun 12, 2005, 11:48:28 PM6/12/05
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Never had any luck with rh stand-alones.

Hope this helps.

Regards, Lou


PS: back a year or two Radio Shack used to carry a wireless
thermomether/hygrometer that recorded the temperature/humidity on the
inside unit from outside.

Perry

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Jun 13, 2005, 5:46:43 AM6/13/05
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Thanks, Lou, it's probably about time for me to upgrade the station.


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James D. Veale

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Jun 13, 2005, 11:19:32 AM6/13/05
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I've been fairly happy with the ExTech big digit hygrometer-thermometer.
It goes down to 10% rh, most of the others only go down to 20 something.

The uncalibrated version was available from mouser.com for a good price.
There's also a calibrated version for substantially more.

Jim Veale

"Perry" <perry_...@hotmail.com> writes:
>Can anyone suggest an inexpensive, yet fairly accurate, brand/model of
>hygrometer? I guess I want a standlone, since I have other functions on my
>mini-weather station but not anything for humidity. I didn't see anything
>at Davis. Or would I be better off trading up for an integrated station
>that included humidity instrumentation?

Perry

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Jun 13, 2005, 3:40:48 PM6/13/05
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Thanks, Jim, I'll take a look around for it... that sounds perfect.

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