How moisture affects the reading of sensor tags

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    Moisture can affect the ease of reading a sensor tag. In the case of RFMicron’s moisture sensors, the tags are intended to detect small amounts of visible moisture — small droplets on the moisture-sensing area of the sensor (the area with the interleaved metal fingers).  Significant amounts of moisture on the antenna can reduce the read range of the sensor or make readings more difficult to capture.

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    Hi, could you tell me the detecting accuracy of this moisture sensor, for example, if the air moisture is 50%, what the data range will be readed from this moisture sensor? What is the moisture range could be detected by this sensor?  Thank you!

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