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#1 Pete Froesse

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Posted 28 August 2018 - 12:06 AM

We are building a 3 bay cold storage 120' x  225'. I need to be  able to monitor humidity level in each bay. Our temp in cold storage is 52-55 degrees Fahrenheit and humidity levels to be between 50 and 70% levels. What equipment can be used to monitor temp and humidity without breaking the bank?

 



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Posted 28 August 2018 - 12:47 PM

You can get inexpensive data loggers that monitor temp and humidity....you can even get them wireless!

 

www.omega.ca/pptst_eng/OM-EL-WIFI_SERIES.html  this one is ~$230  CDN

 

Put the data logger(s) in the units and you can set up alarms to alert you if they go out of range 


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Posted 28 August 2018 - 01:40 PM

Try Thermo works too ( i am not affiliated with them , however, i have used these products and are very accurate)

For example: https://www.thermowo...ty=1&display=10

 

P.S : Scampi: I just came back from GTA(Milton) area (vaccy). 

Weather was perfect and Canadians are amazing host. On a funnier note: had to stop for few mins on a STOP/4 way sign as all cars were stopped and trying to give way to others, regardless who arrived at the intersection first (not the same in my region). :sleazy:



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Posted 28 August 2018 - 02:08 PM

LOL!!!  That is too funny FSQA.  I hate 4 way stops for that reason, you first, no you first, no I insist you first!  It's a Canadian stand off sometimes lol

 

It's so nice to hear you had a good visit.  I'm about 2 hours south of Milton and used to commute through everyday, I do not miss that crazy highway!

We all hope (and you know I'm honestly speaking for all Canadians lol) that you come back again!

 

Milton is kind of an odd vaca spot.......have you family or friends there?


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Posted 28 August 2018 - 03:34 PM

LOL!!!  That is too funny FSQA.  I hate 4 way stops for that reason, you first, no you first, no I insist you first!  It's a Canadian stand off sometimes lol

 

It's so nice to hear you had a good visit.  I'm about 2 hours south of Milton and used to commute through everyday, I do not miss that crazy highway!

We all hope (and you know I'm honestly speaking for all Canadians lol) that you come back again!

 

Milton is kind of an odd vaca spot.......have you family or friends there?

Thanks, i have family there in Milton.



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Posted 28 August 2018 - 04:11 PM

General rule of thumb with a 4-way stop sign intersection - let the beat up car go first!!!


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