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    Hi, Meter for dry cabinet

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    Hi, Meter for dry cabinet
    Bingo! < hee..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrari 1 View Post
    Bingo! < hee..
    If the meter reading is correct..i think its abit too dry for camera equipment..
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
    If the meter reading is correct..i think its abit too dry for camera equipment..
    Mmmm... Wat was Ur range normally,my fri? < hee..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrari 1 View Post
    Mmmm... Wat was Ur range normally,my fri? < hee..
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
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    Mmmm.... Thx. How mny liter was Ur cabi? < hee..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrari 1 View Post
    Mmmm... Wat was Ur range normally,my fri? < hee..
    Ferrari1, the correct humidity should be 45-55%. Yours is around 35%. If too dry, you may need to buy a new set of equipment soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChef View Post
    Ferrari1, the correct humidity should be 45-55%. Yours is around 35%. If too dry, you may need to buy a new set of equipment soon.
    Thx..,my fri. < hee..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrari 1 View Post
    Thx..,my fri. < hee..
    Might be meter inaccuraccy..try another meter to verify..
    too dry will have problem oso..TheChef is right abt the requirement..
    avoid dropping below 40..
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
    Might be meter inaccuraccy..try another meter to verify..
    too dry will have problem oso..TheChef is right abt the requirement..
    avoid dropping below 40..
    Rite! Thx..,my fri. < hee..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrari 1 View Post
    Rite! Thx..,my fri. < hee..
    wat will happen if below 40 degree ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbySHE View Post
    wat will happen if below 40 degree ?
    haha..40degree no problem..

    I guess u mean RH40..in the short term and regular usage, maybe not so significant..but prolong keeping equipment at RH levels lower than 40..the rubber may start to gets too dry and become sticky..
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
    haha..40degree no problem..

    I guess u mean RH40..in the short term and regular usage, maybe not so significant..but prolong keeping equipment at RH levels lower than 40..the rubber may start to gets too dry and become sticky..
    Mmmm....

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
    haha..40degree no problem..

    I guess u mean RH40..in the short term and regular usage, maybe not so significant..but prolong keeping equipment at RH levels lower than 40..the rubber may start to gets too dry and become sticky..
    does that means sometimes I'd seen in some showcase where there are lots of halogen spot light, (especially jewellery shop), there is a small glass of water put in a corner, so as to balance up the humidity. Is that correct logic or what ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbySHE View Post
    does that means sometimes I'd seen in some showcase where there are lots of halogen spot light, (especially jewellery shop), there is a small glass of water put in a corner, so as to balance up the humidity. Is that correct logic or what ?
    Put a glass of water??? U will make e humidity worst,my fri. < hee..

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    OMG!!!
    I put my camera equipments in a dry cabinet and put it to RH at 25-30%...

    It has been like that for 2 weeks, is it too late?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbySHE View Post
    does that means sometimes I'd seen in some showcase where there are lots of halogen spot light, (especially jewellery shop), there is a small glass of water put in a corner, so as to balance up the humidity. Is that correct logic or what ?
    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrari 1 View Post
    Put a glass of water??? U will make e humidity worst,my fri. < hee..
    Actually, thats the idea, because some showcases are too dry (due to the lamps) and will cause some jewelry to lose its shine , the humidity has to be reintroduced using the water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaoken View Post
    OMG!!!
    I put my camera equipments in a dry cabinet and put it to RH at 25-30%...

    It has been like that for 2 weeks, is it too late?
    Wow!!! Urs lower dan mine! Will nver too late,my fri. Coz Urs juz 2 wks. < hee..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahbian View Post
    Actually, thats the idea, because some showcases are too dry (due to the lamps) and will cause some jewelry to lose its shine , the humidity has to be reintroduced using the water.
    Mmmm.... Interesting! < hee..

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