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Humidity control for refrigerator curing

Blackgunther

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Hello All, I recently built my first curing locker out of a refrigerator equiped with an Inkbird ITC-608T temp/humidity control, a small fan and a HoMedics 0.5g Cool Mist Ultrasonic humidifier. The temperature is fine, set to 50-53 f and the humidity is set to 70 -75%. Once the humidity has exceeded the 75% range the control shuts off the humidifier as it should. My problem is once the humidity level drops below set range, the humidifier will not turn back on automatically. If I am conveniently home I can turn it on manually but that was something I was trying to avoid. Can anyone recommend a humidifier that will turn on once again automatically? Thanks, cheers
 

SmokinEdge

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Any humidifier with a manual dial switch that goes from off, to low, medium, high. The humidifier with just a push button “on “switch will not work.
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indaswamp

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Yes, you need a analog humidifier that will stay on when the power switch is in the on position so the controller can hijack it and control when to turn it off and on.

Oh- you will also need a dehumidifier.
 

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