Re: Thermo Hygro Sensor relocation
- Thanks for the suggestions on the Thermo Sensor.
I think I'll try removing the cover since the Sensor is sheltered
from the rain.
I'm running about 4 degrees high right now.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wuhu_software"
> Actually, the space blanket, if done right, is probably just as
> as a radiation shield.bild
> As you mention, as long as there a way for the air to flow up, it
> should be fine.
> One last note, I read that the little cap on the thermo sensors
> up heat. If you are mounted under an eve and away from the rain,it
> would probably be best just to remove the cap.shield.
> --- In email@example.com, "steve_03222"
> <steve_03222@> wrote:
> > Ron,
> > You are like many of us, needing to build a good radiation
> > Something I did that was quick and easy and helped alot was this.on
> > I had one of those "Space Blankets" that are silver colored foil
> > one side. All you need to do is find some way to drape it overthe
> > sensor, making sure that the air can still flow around thesensor.
> > possible put a hole on the top for any potentioal heat build up
> > escape. It is not really all around it, just over the top enoughto
> > keep the sunlight from hitting the sensor. Kinda like holding anin
> > umbrella over it. I have not seen this written up anywhere and I
> > no documented proof as to it's effectiveness. I do have another
> > that is wireless and easy to put under the canopy of the woods
> > back yard. I watch them both and since I put this "space
> > my sensor it has been right on with the other guage.
> > Don't get me wrong, I do not think it is a good replacement for
> > radiation shield, just might help while you decide to eitherbuild
> > purchase one.
> > Steve