Drop the 11pm and add a 6pm. You do not want mid day misting when the cage has warmed up and it is hot. Every person's cage settings are going to vary. What works for one person in their environment and cage set up may not work for another. For example I live where it is basically no humidity. I have to up my misting time to maintain a base humidity level. So you really want to watch what your levels do and how long your humidity is stable for. The cage should dry out during the day so they are not consistently walking on wet branches and so that the branches do not grow bacteria from being wet all the time.Ok, I have it set to go off at 6 am, 7 pm, 11 pm, 1 am, for two minutes each. Is that enough?
Well your only looking for a daytime range of 30-50%. At night it would be up to 100% but that is only with it being cold and moving air. Just make sure your providing a dripper during the day so he has access to water.Your forgiven! Lol! My lighting schedule is on at 7 am and off at 7 pm. So I wanted to do most of my misting at night. It worked perfectly with no problems last night. My humidity levels don’t stay at 75% for very long after misting. It’s odd because it’s humid here in the summer.
So I would not try to get it higher since your temps are not low enough. At night your actually needing a 50-65 degree temperature for this species. So having the higher humidity would go hand in hand with that temp drop. Since you can not get it below 70 you do not want to try to get that higher humidity level.Yup I’m doing that. The humidity I’m worried about is at night. It’s hard to get it up to at least 75. I run the air conditioner all night when it’s hot but temps are still 70 degrees at night. I don’t run the air conditioner when it’s cool like last night we got the remnants of the hurricane that hit Florida a couple days ago And our temps were in the 60 s but I couldn’t open the window and leave it all night because it was raining hard.