[time-nuts] Temp/Humidity control systems?

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Thu Oct 27 09:30:03 EDT 2016

In message <C1109A57B22F4DAB86B0BB172981F264 at Alta>, "David J Taylor" writes:

>You can buy the smallest "window" airconditioner and "plumb" it to your
>chamber (I used dryer vent hose, cardboard, and lots of duct tape)
>Attached is a plot temperature and RH of an insulated box about 1.2
>meter wide, 2 meters tall and 60 cm deep, filled with 100 or so 750 ml
>bottles of liquid.

You can do *much* better with an old fridge and a small waterpump to
circulate water in the cooling loop.

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