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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by punky1991, Dec 30, 2014.
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Thanks I got 7 think next time I'll leave a few out they barely fit and lid barley goes on lol
i guess i need another thermometer cause i got a hydrometer that reads temp and humitity well my incubator was reading 38 Celsius and my thing was only reading 97 Fahrenheit so i dont know what is right. any tips on helping me know if its hot enough for them.
Only a guaranteed accurate thermometer will help. Most are off by a degree or 3.
I have this one http://www.amazon.com/Instant-Read-...r=8-3-spell&keywords=hydrometer+for+incubator
The accuracy of that one is ±2°F. Not accurate enough and no more accurate than what one might get at Walmart or a pet shop.
So pry should go by what my incubator says for now?
So today is day 3 and my thermometer is now reading the same as my incubator. It says my humidity is 55 percent and temp is 38 Celsius or 100.4 fahrenheit
Keep in mind, when using more than one thermometer, they all have different response times. Anywhere from 1 second to 10 minutes. The power to the heat element will cycle off and on. That causes thermometers to sometimes read the same and sometimes vary.