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    Need advice on temps/cold side too cool?

    Hey guys, im trying to get my enclosure at the proper temps and humidity. So far it's going pretty well. I have two hygrometers, 3 thermometers and an infared laser thermometer. I'm using a UTH on a thermostat and a 100 watt CHE on the hot side. I'm using cypress mulch as a substrate in a 42 gallon (only 15" tall, mostly floor space)

    The ambient temps are 79 during the day and 76 at night with an ambient humidity of 55%. The hot hide is 84 with the glass above the uth being 92 and humidity at 60%.

    The cold side is posing a bit of a problem for me. The cold hide is reaching as low as 70 during the night and only getting to 74-75 throughout the day. A UTH won't do much for it and a CHE will probably make things too hot no matter the wattage.

    Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Need advice on temps/cold side too cool?

    Could you slide your CHE over towards the middle?

    You could grab another CHE and a dimmer for the cold side as well.

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    Last edited by kevall1; 04-21-2017 at 01:28 PM.

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    I have a similar setup, try sliding your CHE over to the far side away from the UTH. This should help balance things out and get your ambient temps good to go.
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