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    Default HELP: Digicabi DB36 question

    Hello

    I just bought a DB036 and am haing trouble finding the final position to get the 45%-50% RH level. Can anyone please help?

    If someone could a picture of the 'controls', that'll be terrific!

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    It is an trial and error thing. It depend on how much your stuff. If too high % turn it up and wait for a few hours. If too low % turn it down. When it start to stablise, open the door and close it back to see if it still return to the level.

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    Try setting it to about 10 o'clock.
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    Mine is stable at roughlt 9 O'clock... i guess it varies from abinet to cabinet..
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    I only managed to get mine stabilised at 46% (just above the 9 o'clock position) after 3 days of trial and error..... but then again, it's empty. So I guess when I moved my equipments in, the RH will change again.

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    yea. i needed some trial and error initially adjusting all my dry cabis as well. Once stabilised they haven given much issues

    Ryan

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantcanopy View Post
    yea. i needed some trial and error initially adjusting all my dry cabis as well. Once stabilised they haven given much issues

    Ryan
    Hmmm... can i confirm with you guys... red zone ----> higher % ?
    green zone --> lower % ?

    So to get about 45%, should be about green/blue?

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    Turning towards green zone increases humidity.

    Mine is at 10 o'clock position, giving me 49-50% with my gears inside

    Cheers
    Christophe

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    Quote Originally Posted by aquaobsession View Post
    Turning towards green zone increases humidity.

    Mine is at 10 o'clock position, giving me 49-50% with my gears inside

    Cheers
    Christophe
    Great. Got it finally. Mine's at 48-49% now. Thx everyone

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    RH level is dependent on the outside air humidity around your digicabi, the rate of dehumidifying and lastly the amount of items that is in the digicabi...

    the stronger the green LED is, the stronger the dehumidifying will be.

    you need to create a balance between the outside air humidity and the rate of dehumidifying in order to attain a stable RH reading.

    Hope that's easy to understand? haa... anyway... i intend to do up an illustration on this when i've got the time... for new users of the digicabi DB series.

    Cheers.

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    hi, sorry to rob this thread, I too jus brought a DB036.
    Is the LEDs on the control panel suppose to be lighted on after i on the power supply?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by toonarmy View Post
    hi, sorry to rob this thread, I too jus brought a DB036.
    Is the LEDs on the control panel suppose to be lighted on after i on the power supply?
    thanks
    Yup. The red. The green increases in intensity as you turn it more towards red.

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    thanks
    think my set is spoilt.... LEDs not illuminated aft power on.

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