[time-nuts] Temp/Humidity control systems?
scmcgrath at gmail.com
Wed Oct 26 14:35:06 EDT 2016
Personally I'd be looking at a commercial ductless heat pump unit Mitsubishi MrSlim comes to mind in your case you would want a 'cartridge' type unit designed for ceiling mount the ones for data center use have humidity control as well. Figure these units will hold +/- 2-3 deg F over long term
If you really want to go over the top get a used RF shield room. Lots of used ones coming on market as stuff is going over 26Ghz. Shipping will be the ugly bit as the doors are heavy
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Typos by Siri
> On Oct 26, 2016, at 1:58 PM, John Ackermann N8UR <jra at febo.com> wrote:
>> On 10/26/2016 1:00 PM, Richard (Rick) Karlquist wrote:
>>> On 10/26/2016 8:59 AM, John Ackermann N8UR wrote:
>>> I may have the opportunity to build a small "clock room" and am
>>> considering whether I could make it an environmentally controlled space.
>>> I'd like to learn about the options for doing this.
>>> The space would probably be 6x8 feet or so, in a basement with one
>>> outside wall.
>> I'm lost with the basic concept here. Help me understand this.
> This room would be a large closet in my basement where two racks of various OCXO, Rb, Cs live. There wouldn't be a lot of in-and-out traffic. I'm not looking for 0.01 degree regulation -- <1 degree C and a few percent humidity throughout the year seems a reasonable goal.
> What I envisioned was a very small heat pump or other heating/air-con unit coupled with some sort of proportional control. I just don't know where to start looking for that, or what other issues to be thinking about.
> (I know the way time-nuts think, and I recall the great ideas posted here in the past about using an old refrigerator, or burying standards in a deep hole -- but this would be wrapped into a bigger construction project that I'm going to be managing from a distance, so I need to keep it fairly straight-forward.)
> Thanks, all!
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