Wonderful 72L Dry Cabinet AD-089CH
- Exterior 419x 373 x 590 mm
- Interior375x 345 x 540 mm
- Capacity 70L
- Drawers 3
- Color: Black
- Weight: 15.5 kg
- Automatic Humidity Control (internal)
- Full toughened clear glass door
- High quality metal construction
- Adjustable shelves height
- Australian power plug ready
The device come with H (high) M (Medium) L (Low) output control (to control the humidity)
And the Hygrometer show how wet inside the cabinet. Suggested humidity level is 40 - 50%. for camera and lenses.
The cabinet should constantly connected to power. Once it detects the need of adjustment from humidity level, it will automatically turn on and dry up the cabinet.
Other time, the cabinet is on stand by mode and only consume very low energy level.
72L for dslr + mirror-less + 6 lense & more1 March 2018I live at Gold Coast, room is damp so was concerned about my photographic gear. Humidity typically around 65%-85% here, the cabinet took a 6 hrs to get to 49% empty , but after 3/4 filling it and some high humidity rain days (94%) it seems to stabiise at 53% - even when I turned it up from the M to L setting which lowers RH by 10% won't go
Great!By: Tahnee on 15 June 2017This cabinet works perfectly! It also was so well packaged the people at the post office said they have never seen something packaged so wel
Review 72l cabinetBy: Michael on 14 April 2016Came well protected in an angle bracket cage. Seems well constructed and worth the money paid. The manual is in Chinese which is a negative mark as this product cost $400 and although the hygrometer attached to the glass appears to work efficiently, I have ordered a digital hygrometer to double check the readings. It takes about 3 hours or more to reduce RH from 70% to the recommended 40% during which time a red light stays on at the back wall of the unit indicating the dehumidifier is active. It then turns off to save power unless RH increases, although I have not seen this happen yet. The seal on the door is quite sound and has a positive effect on this I think. I think this supports its claim to be an efficient unit. The sizing is strange in these units, one being far taller but narrower and having less volume (the 50 litre model) it was quite difficult to choose which unit to select. I went with the larger, and paid more too! because I have two cameras and a variety of lenses, in particular a long zoom which I wanted to ensure fitted in on a shelf so looked for depth that was appropriate. If you are in a sub tropical area or worse like me I think this is a definite must buy if you wish to keep your gear free of gremlins. Anyway, that's my 2 cents worth