07-02-2012, 12:35 PM
I have already sent EA a response via email, but typically, due to the electronics in the sensor/contact plate, WATER will actually cause very LOW readings. Taken out of the environment that is causing this WATER and putting them into a "dry" environment, the sensor will read appropriately, over time. The key point here, as you all have probably figured out, is WATER vs VAPOR. The condensation issue JD spoke of is real, but even in that situation, the sensor will come back to read the environment.