8th February 2002, 11:28 AM
8th February 2002, 11:46 AM
8th February 2002, 01:14 PM
try SLT. lotsa meters of this and that sort there.
8th February 2002, 01:50 PM
Saw a few digital hygrometer at John3:16. Didn't chk out the price cos the shop was crowded.
8th February 2002, 03:59 PM
The digital hygrometer I'm using (I've only seen 1 brand/model in Singapore) can be bought for:
$32.90 at HomeFix DIY Shop (most other DIY Shops should have it)
$28 at Giant Hypermart
I recommend you get a hygrometer for yourself, it's not too expensive and you will never have to second guess your dry cabinet readings again.
In fact with a digital hygrometer, silica gel and air tight box, I think I can do without a dry cabinet for the time being.
10th February 2002, 01:53 PM
Grin you got reading problems too huh. OK for what is it worth been told that every hydgrometer save those used for weather forcast purpose or on board ship ie pricy big heavy are not very accurate. I do not know if that applies to the digital ones.
The ones that came with the dry cabbie are :-
#1 very optimisitic ( a reference non digitial one bought ot check shows it reading about 20% under ie if it say 50 it is actually 70.
#2 a new dry cabbie is only about 5 over ie 50 mean 45.
Of course if the reference unit is wonky ????? then you know what I mean.