Re: Rain-out detection and control
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Re: Rain-out detection and control

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Posted by TiredEngineer on October 20, 2006 at 04:47:07:

In Reply to: Rain-out detection and control posted by Captin Cannuck on October 02, 2006 at 08:15:24:

I can't believe that this hasn't been done yet. Humidity control with feedback is very simple with today's technology.
Personally, I run my humidifier through it's entire range (empty to full heat) and there is a narrow band between my tissues drying and rainout. I am guessing that it is somewhere between 50% and 95% RH. Guessing at 4 levels of heat works more than half of the time.
More frustrating is tht I deal with these controls frequently professionally, but I am not "FDA certified" to have access to the schematics for my unit so that I can install one myself. (These controls are commercially available - no new design would be needed)
Thanks for an opportunity to vent.

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