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Why we need a thermometer and hygrometer?

November 21, 2022


So far, the biggest reason for thermometers and hygrometers is to control the temperature and humidity around the final product. In most cases, it will help you reduce damage to protected products.

The temperature and humidity sensor will alert you with a message from our Sensorpro app when the temperature and humidity exceeds or falls below your set value. Our hygrometer thermometers feature remote control to help you monitor temperature and humidity anytime, anywhere.



1. Home wireless thermometer and hygrometer

According to research on the relationship between coronavirus and indoor climate (link: https://www.tfa-dostmann.de/en/corona-virus-temperature-humidity/)

Thermo-hygrometers are also useful during the coronavirus pandemic. Viruses like to live in air with low humidity and low temperatures. By contrast, higher temperatures and humidity can limit the spread of the coronavirus.

 

Low humidity can result in very dry air, which increases the likelihood of contracting airborne viruses such as the flu, possibly because of their ability to survive longer in dry, cool conditions and irritated nasal passages that make them more susceptible to infection. Eczema can get worse and dry skin can be uncomfortable. Higher humidity in your home creates an environment for two of the most common and least desirable triggers of asthma and allergies—dust mites and mold. Therefore, it is important to know the humidity level in your environment as it can affect your skin, health, comfort and ability to work, especially for newborns. Most people find 30% to 60% relative humidity to be the most comfortable, and with a hygrometer, you can keep an eye on your family's temperature and humidity through the sensorpro APP.



2. Pharmaceuticals hygrometer thermometer

 

Such as certain pharmaceuticals is extremely sensitive to moisture. If stored in an improper humidity environment, it can alter the characteristics of the product until it becomes useless, which is why products like medical pills, dry powders and vaccines are stored in controlled conditions at precise humidity and temperature levels.


3.Greenhouse hygrometer thermometer

 

Using a thermometer and hygrometer allows you to monitor and control two key variables in plant development - temperature and humidity. Gardeners build greenhouses to have more control over the plant's environment for better results at harvest. The right temperature and humidity are important for growing crops to achieve greater quality, efficiency, consistency and speed in their growing projects.

 

The Wifi Greenhouse Wireless Thermometer and Hygrometer is our top choice for monitoring temperature and humidity. As the name suggests, you don't need to read the conditions in the greenhouse. You can check temperature and humidity anywhere on your smartphone or PC. Importantly,  with a remote greenhouse temperature monitor, you can set alarms to notify you immediately when the temperature or humidity exceeds your desired setting. You can also store and view historical data (our temperature and humidity data logger Sensorpro App can save more than 2 years of historical data), allowing you to spot trends and spot any issues.

 

These wireless thermometer and hygrometer work through either a WiFi network or Bluetooth, so you can view conditions from anywhere at any time and receive alerts. It is the most convenient way to monitor your greenhouse.



Our wireless themometer and hygrometer is also suitable for labs, storage areas, incubators, fume hoods. RV, breeding, musical instruments, brewing, construction and so on, welcome to contact us for a better recommendation!


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