Re: Weird ideas [humidity gauges]

From: 	Thornton, Russ #CSR2000[SMTP:ThorntoR-at-rc.pafb.af.mil]
Sent: 	Monday, December 08, 1997 10:28 AM
To: 	'Tesla discussion Group'
Subject: 	RE: Weird ideas [humidity gauges]

>From: 	Alfred A. Skrocki[SMTP:alfred.skrocki-at-cybernetworking-dot-com]
>Sent: 	Saturday, December 06, 1997 8:22 AM
>To: 	Tesla List
>Subject: 	Re: Weird ideas [humidity gauges]
>On Sunday, December 07, 1997 2:36 AM D.C. Cox
>[SMTP:DR.RESONANCE-at-next-wave-dot-net] wrote;
>For the size of the hygrometer you described $10 is a good price! But one 
>can get hygrometers at many discount stores for anything from $1.00 on up
>and their typicaly 2 inches in diameter on up.

Heck, I make my own relative hygrometers for nothing!  Just glue about a
1/8" wide cutoff of endgrain wood( from a board about 8" to 12") to a
strip of metal or plastic.  I particularly use a piece of the new PVC
venetian blinds.  Mount any way you want.  Mine will deflect from 0 to
about 45 degrees when it is very dry in the house.  Of course I am about
as cheap as they come.
>Russ Thornton
>CSR 2040, 
>Building 989, Rm.  A1-N20
>Phone: (407) 494-6430 
>Email: thorntor-at-rc.pafb.af.mil