Re: Cleaning out temp/hum sensor
- Arnold In The Smokies,
I would try wrapping a small strip of small mesh screen such as the
ones used in washing machine water hose inputs. Attach on the outside
of the humidity sensor enclosure though to avoid disturbing or
touching the white sensor compound. Just touching or moving it around
ever so slightly alters your humidity readings. Or maybe better to
just put the screens on the outside of the temp/humidity sensor unit
to cover it's vents? Good luck and best regards.
--- In email@example.com, "alrjr2001"
> Is there any room for some real fine mesh screen so one could
> critters from geting inside in the future?it
> Arnold In The Smokies
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "petros0022"
> <petros0022@> wrote:
> > Hello Dan
> > Yes i know that ,and i do not cleaning this point.Only RJ11 clips
> > was webs of spiders ,and little from the other side .chip
> > Thank you.
> > Best regards from Greece
> > Dimitris
> > http://www.geocities.com/meteo19671967
> > > Hello Dimitris.
> > > Just a word of caution if I'm not too late. Inside the temp/hum
> > > sensor is the humidity sensing chip that is enclosed in a small
> > > plastic ventilated case about a 1/2 inch square. The sensing
> > hasit
> > > a soft coating of white substance that can be easily ruined if
> > > disturbed. I know because I touched mine with a cotton swab and
> > > stopped reading humidity correctly. La Crosse won't helpgetting
> > it
> > > back to normal again.
> > > Just a friendly caution. Regards,
> > > Dan
> > >