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Micro Dehumidifiers for enclosed electronics

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Hello everyone!

I saw this video and figured one of you clever lot would probably have a nice use for this.

I expect you would still need heat to prevent dew on the outside of, say, an all-sky camera dome - but for electronics that will spend a lot of time outdoors and in somewhat sealed enclosures these could be useful!

Solid state, runs off 3V with the smallest one (for <1L of space) drawing only 25ma after it gets started (so 0.07W). No info on pricing unfortunately.


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Looks good, the way the military do it with electronics in the field is to have a sealed enclosure and fill it with nitrogen, the pressure variation with the outside world is then sorted with a screw in desiccator..


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Yes, I've seen those and though about using them myself.

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