This is a discussion on Reliable Hygrometer within the Vivarium, Terrarium & Enclosure Discussion forums, part of the General Topics category; I think my exo terra thermo/hygrometer crapped out since it's been stuck on 84% humidity all day today when i ...
I think my exo terra thermo/hygrometer crapped out since it's been stuck on 84% humidity all day today when i know the tank's humidity is much higher than that since it pretty much stays at 90%. I'm guessing it crapped out due to the design of the probe being an open style, i think too much moisture got in it. So looking for recommendations for reliable hygrometer. Can be a thermo/hygrometer as well.
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Not sure if available in the US,
but there are adjustable hygrometers.
They have a screw you can use to adjust the arrow.
If you put the hygrometer in a moist towel for about 15-30 minutes,
the arrow should indicate something close to a 100%,
if not, you can use the screw to adjust the value to about the 100% since you know that should be around the correct value.
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