Anyone using Digicabi's 30L dry cabinet?


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Rol

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I just got one today. Been adjusting the knob the whole day...humidity always drop to around 38-40...which is too low right?

Fellow users, where is your knob turned to? Halfway in the green zone? Or the blue area?

Would appreciate any help. Thanks!
 

ExplorerZ

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I just got one today. Been adjusting the knob the whole day...humidity always drop to around 38-40...which is too low right?

Fellow users, where is your knob turned to? Halfway in the green zone? Or the blue area?

Would appreciate any help. Thanks!
I assume you are using the AD series, try something like 8-9pm.
but first, open the door to make the humidity go up to around 60.
 

Rol

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yup using the one with digital display..ok shall try 8-9pm...the green led switches off at that setting...hah was worried that power was cut off at such a low setting =)

thanks!
 

ExplorerZ

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yup using the one with digital display..ok shall try 8-9pm...the green led switches off at that setting...hah was worried that power was cut off at such a low setting =)

thanks!
:think: it should be dim instead of off... if its completely off try turning up abit to 9-10..
 

Rol

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ok...now the led is barely lit (very dim but visible)..dun think i'll stay up to wait for the level to stabilise tho...its just sloooowly dropping...now its 56%...hope i dun get a shock tmr morning..hah
 

Kensuke

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Mine is lighted up ... and still manitain 42 ..
anithing wrong ?
 

Rol

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:think: it should be dim instead of off... if its completely off try turning up abit to 9-10..
wow..I woke up this morning and the humidity level was 29% :sweat:
 

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new cabinet must wait for a few week to stablize.... if not it will just keep dropping... no matter how dim u adjust.... just on it for a few week.....( don't put anything inside)..... then adjust again.....
 

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I just got one today. Been adjusting the knob the whole day...humidity always drop to around 38-40...which is too low right?

Fellow users, where is your knob turned to? Halfway in the green zone? Or the blue area?

Would appreciate any help. Thanks!
I think 38-40%RH is quite fine. Anyway, after the dehumidifier shutoff on reaching the setpoint, the humidity will climb slightly especially when your cabinet is loaded.

BC
 

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Hmm... I'm wondering whether the RH needs to be that critically adjusted? 38% and 45% is like 7% difference. I don't think that 7% difference will make that much of a difference. When I was in the US, Arizona, the average RH there is like 20%, that means I gotta get a humidifier for my cameras??

Just a thought to ponder about. :)
 

Rol

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will observe for today...didn't expect it to be so powerful..haha thanks everyone! =)
 

monkster

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If u're using the AD series, the new one comes with only 1 light, which is green.

I got mine last week and even at 9 o'clock position it will reach about 30-34% RH and then stays at that range.

So I put it at the 8 o'clock range and it was about 43%. Have to monitor it.
 

nikonrus

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We all know that the Digital 30 ltr cost $99. What's the price diff if it were the Analog 30 ltr?
 

ipin

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took me 1 week to stablise it too.. shift knob to left until green led is very dim..
That's about where my green light is at. Approx between the 8-9 O'clock position.
 

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