The easiest way to determine the accuracy of your hygrometer is to perform a salt test. To perform a salt test, fill a large bottle cap with a mix of water and salt made into a paste (no excess water on top). Place the hygrometer inside a sealed plastic container and leave it for 24 hours. Once the time is up, if you receive a reading of 73-76% your device is reading normal. However, it’s important to remember that hygrometers have a +/- 5% deviation.
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- How do I dispose of Humidipaks?
- Should I "recharge" my Humidipaks?
- How can I test the accuracy of my Humiditrak / HTS sensor?
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- Why aren't my Humidipaks lowering humidity below 60%?
- I’m having an issue with my Humiditrak/Humiditrak app. Who can I contact?
- How can I tell if my hygrometer is giving me accurate readings?
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