Please note: The advice in this article
only applies to Tinytag Talk 2, Plus 2, View 2 and Ultra 2
USB-connection data loggers only.
Build up of residue on a data logger's relative humidity sensor
can affect the accuracy of its readings.
If your data logger's relative humidity sensor requires
cleaning, please follow the instructions below.
1. Stop the data logger from recording in your
Tinytag software, then remove its battery.
2. Using a can of compressed air, blow away any dust or dirt
that has built up on the sensor.
3. Flush the sensor in deionised water.
4. Leave the data logger in a warm place to dry completely
overnight or dry the humidity sensor with compressed air. Once it
is dry, refit the battery and begin logging again.