I am looking for hygrometers for my curing. I was thinking there are tabs or digital multipacks to put in to each jar. Is there another way to be sure rh is where it should be.
Something like this?
I bought some of those. They aren’t too accurate, even compared to each other. I put them into my curing jars and they give me a rough idea of what’s going on in there.
My buddy used these on his last cure and they were pretty accurate. Most of the multipacks on Amazon will give you a rough estimate, but aren’t super accurate. He bought 12 (3 sets) total, and 11 of them were spot on. One seemed broken from the beginning.
These things do not track low humidity very well. However, you are probably trying to keep that humidity between the mid 50s and mid 60s anyway, so it should be a non issue.
Yes, I was looking at something similar as well, i didn’t know if there were strips or anything in particular that people use in the jars. I didn’t want the big ones.
Ah. Gotcha. Not certain on the small strips. I’ll check around and see if anyone has used something like that. The ones above are only 2"x1" with about a half inch depth. Not certain if they make anything smaller. I’ll look around.
They’re fine. Like to know what the brethen have used everyone hasn’t let this noob down yet.
I made a string on using them with mason jars.
It ended up working super well and I still use them to get me in range without guess work.
@Reticence That’s pretty awesome!
That is totally freakin awesome! I’ll give that a try thanks for the link.