YES!! This topic is about DIY Drycabinet.
So, technically it is possible to put a piece of electronic humidity monitor that will adjust humidity by turning the lamp on and off.
This object is the mysterious one that is inside the digi-cabi or dry cabinet or aipo cabinets, which I am unable to find anyone dismantling to show us what it actually consist of.
So basically, if we take that out and install it into another air tight box.
It should work!
Buying 100l 300l 900l Dry cabinets won't be a problem anymore by doing this.
But is there a way to overcome this?
Humidity Sensor Module
DHT11 Temperature & Humidity Sensor Module - £4.50 : nuelectronics.com, Arduino Freeduino projects
Using a humidity sensor module connected to a micro processor(Arduino board) with a diy circuit board that is connected to a multitude of led/florescent light which also has the ability to switch on power(from external power source) to light up the led or florescent until the target humidity is reached.
Would anyone skilled in electronic engineering care to shed some light whether this could be the next money fishing project?