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Our camera is built to work at up to 85% RH (relative humidity).
Our Camera is designed to work up to 85% RH (relative humidity). Relative humidity is a term used to describe the quantity of water vapor that exists in a gaseous mixture of air and water. The percentage refers to the Relative Humidity (RH) at which the the Camera will continue to operate.
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Relative humidity is a term used to describe the amount of water vapor present in a gaseous mixture of air and water – or, put simply, how moist the air is.
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This is probably something you won't have to worry about, given that the camera is primarily meant for indoor use.
<td><b>RH = </b></td>
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<table><tr><td align="center">(Actual Vapor Pressure)
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<br>(Saturation Vapor Pressure)</td></tr></table></td>
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<td>X 100%</td></tr>
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Latest revision as of 20:48, 28 May 2014

Our camera is built to work at up to 85% RH (relative humidity).

Relative humidity is a term used to describe the amount of water vapor present in a gaseous mixture of air and water – or, put simply, how moist the air is.

This is probably something you won't have to worry about, given that the camera is primarily meant for indoor use.

Return to Video Calling System Main Menu