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  1. #27
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    Thumbs up Oregon Scientific link

    Quote Originally Posted by pinoyclass View Post
    I have an old tstat just laying on a table and its measuring the humidity at 35% but the air still doesn't feel as comfortable as the old system did.

    On the other hand they are greatful their electric bill is 150 dollars on avg cheaper.
    You may wish to check whether 35% R.H. is accurate?!

    http://www.oregoninstruments.com/Ore...onitor.product
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    http://www.honeywell-thermostat.com/...l/TH8321U.html

    And lower the fan speed to 350 CFM per ton

    You may wish to check whether 35% R.H. is accurate?!
    Aint no way, they'd be freezing.

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    http://www.oregoninstruments.com/Ore...-Clock.product

    Nice for temperature, but NO R.H. measurement.
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    BaldLoonie-you called it a good match. I'm assuming you checked on it. Is the resulting tonnage still at 5 ton?

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    Smile Relatively speaking about R.H.

    Quote Originally Posted by rickboggs View Post
    http://www.honeywell-thermostat.com/...l/TH8321U.html

    And lower the fan speed to 350 CFM per ton

    Aint no way, they'd be freezing.
    I am certainly NOT freezing in the summer when my house is at 38% R.H.


    R.H. is relative to Temperature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dan sw fl View Post
    I am certainly NOT freezing in the summer when my house is at 38% R.H.


    R.H. is relative to Temperature.
    I guess you can say humidity is relative.

    Ok, ok, that was dry.... 38% I mean.

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    I put the device outside and it was showing humidity of 42%. There is no way that's correct here in Florida. I'll have to find another device to measure it.

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