yes... pls keep it on at all times..
but digital or analog??
heard that digital is better in terms that u just set it to the correct RH and that's it??
Digital for easier and more accurate usage (higher cost)...Both digital or analog serve the same purpose.. So its all depending on your budget and preferences.
My dry cab. is a 5 watt electrical consumption. Below is the consumption calculation of electricity cost :-
1 day = 5 watt x 24 hours = 120 watt hours (WH)
1 month = 120 WH x 30 days = 3600 WH
3600 WH = 3.6 KWH ( 1 KWH = 1000 WH)
Power grid charges is est. 27 cents per KWH
3.6 KWH x 27 cents = 97 cents
So the electricity bill for the dry cab is 97 cents per month.
The above assume that the dry cab. is operating 24 hours, at time when the desire Humidity has reach
it will automatically switch-off.
You can check the data behind the dry cab. It will tell you how many watts it consume.
Last edited by Electrocam; 1st January 2012 at 11:23 PM.
Mine always at 50.
are most of u here using digital or analog ones??
Edited - Digi-Cabi has digital RH controls - thanks spree86 for correcting me.Originally Posted by xmysticalzx
Between digital and analog RH meter, choose the analog. It does not require power. You can tell its working from a distance - just like you can tell the time from the approx position of the hands but have to read the exact numbers on a digital watch to know the time.
Last edited by qystan; 2nd January 2012 at 12:41 AM.
U can put medicine inside.. Chinese herbs etc...Originally Posted by alancwr
Equipment: D7000 - 18-55 - 55-200 - 50mm 1.8d - 30L Cabinet