Zoo Med Hygrotherm - Humidity & Temperature Controller by by Zoo Med
The Zoo Med Hygrotherm is a thermostat and humidistat all in one, it controls up to 1000 watts of combined temperature and humidity control devices.
- Humidity & temperature controller in one
- Controls up to 1000 watts of combined devices
- Works great with any humidifier and or automatic misting machine
The Hygrotherm has a two-in-one temperature/humidity sensor remote that works great with any humidifier and or automatic misting machine. The Hygrotherm includes a night time temperature drop feature that is controlled by a photocell, a built in memory to help store settings in case of a power outage, and an alarm that can be set to flash when temperature or humidity reaches extreme low levels or high levels.
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This is the perfect companion to our eyelash crested gecko! It was difficult to manage the right temp and humidity by hand. This product manages the vivarium perfectly and our gecko seems more comfortable. I would recommend this to anyone as a good investment in the health of their pet.
I have had this product plugged in for over a week and everything seems to be working as advertised. The unit was easy to program and settings are saved in the event of a power failure. The light sensor is located on the control unit, which they recommend stays outside of high humidity environments, but placing it outside the aquarium glass has still allowed the "day" time to be controlled by my overhead fluorescent lighting.
I'm using the Hygrotherm for my colony of Blaberus fusca. I have found it very helpful, and has made automating things much easier. I wish they would have made it possible to set in a range for humidity though. Also, it doesn't respond as fast as ideal, as the humidity can drop double digits below where set before it turns on, or go double digits above the setting before turning off. I've tried to compensate by having the Reptifogger at the lowest setting, but it's still an issue.