Instrument storage climate and temperatures.

Last Update: 04/22/2011

Specific temperature ranges aren't so much the concern (besides abnormal extreme temps) as much as an abrupt change in ambient temperatures.
If you go suddenly from one temperature field to another, you run the risk of condensation (moisture) build up inside your instrument. If your instrument has been stored in an extreme temp range  (below zero or above 100 degrees) allow some time for the instrument to acclimate itself when transitioning it to the other range, again to lessen the chance of condensation.

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