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Question:

How should humidity levels be set in the room where network equipment is stored if Tim is taking inventory in the network closet and seen that he was getting pretty warm in the room. He finds the thermostat and turns it down to 50°F. Your boss walks in, notices the new temperature setting, and Tim gets in trouble for not having optimal environmental conditions in the network room.

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Explaination

For storing active electronic equipment, it is wise to balance humidity levels as best as possible, which will avoid too much condensation or too much static discharge. If in doubt, always consult the safety data sheet (SDS, formerly called the MSDS or material safety data sheet).