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The point though is that when the system first went in it was accurate as far as I know. do you have to have the temp gauge there? Terry Porritt20-11-2015, 08:17 PMBefore discarding the present system, I'd suggest improving the thermal contact between sensor and pipe. http://www.trustyourinspector.org/ www.InspectraPro.com www.MinnesotaHomeInspector.biz Michael Larson Hudson, WI Services provided in East MN and West WI Call me Michael Larson View Public Profile Send a private message to Michael Larson Visit Michael http://puchinet.com/question-for/question-for-any-and-all-tech-gurus-out-there-easy-one-too.php

Bob when you're wrong you're wrong. Would I correct it by lengthening or shortening the wire? Well.. Ultimately, PF correction is like recycling.

I've decided to basically stick with what I have and look out (with very low priority) for another solution, probably wireless. I plead guilty. Posts: 1,484 Re: Question for Electrical Guru's What about the fact it helps with power surge, and the demand power surge has on motors? The temp change will be slow to record.

The issue is not important enough to warrant some of the more elaborate solutions suggested. Aperçu du livre » Avis des internautes-Rédiger un commentaireAucun commentaire n'a été trouvé aux emplacements habituels.Table des matièresTHE COMPLETE SUMMARY THE COMPLETE SUMMARY THE COMPLETE SUMMARY THE COMPLETE SUMMARY THE COMPLETE Poppa John19-11-2015, 05:34 PMTony...What does the tank sensor look like? It claims to generate the magnetic field for a motor thus saving money.LMAO.

You must be awfully dumb to think a fridge uses 100 amps to power the thing as their example claims. Agent_2423-11-2015, 07:17 PMYou can easily check the readout by dunking the probe in boiling water. Tony19-11-2015, 10:21 AMThanks for the swift replies. Quick name a material that blocks magnetism......

I am not surprised it is reading low. Also in theory the water could get to boiling, which would not be a good thing. Tom Hession HHH Home Inspection Services LLC Pinellas Park, Fl. 727-504-5053 http://www.pinellasinspector.com/ http://[email protected] Home, Health, Happiness Thomas Hession View Public Profile Send a private message to Thomas Hession Visit Thomas Hession's It is the building and maintaining of the magnetic field that causes the Voltage and current to be out of phase.

It was only after the display unit was swapped for another (apparently identical) unit that the inaccuracy started. Q. The rest should be on a surge protector.Agreed. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites ILoveC4 226 Village Idiot c4Forums Member 226 10,966 posts Location : Go by it and let us know how it works out for you.

Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Users List Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... navigate here Focused, insightful, and practical, Soundview’s summaries have been acclaimed as the definitive...https://books.google.fr/books/about/The_Marketing_Gurus.html?hl=fr&id=IKJsIZ4JBscC&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareThe Marketing GurusMa bibliothèqueAideRecherche Avancée de LivresAcheter ce livre numérique – 9,70 €Obtenir la version papier de ce livrePenguin.comAmazon FranceDecitreDialoguesFNACMollatOmbres-BlanchesSaurampsTrouver ce If it has a power supply and is reading too low you'd need a higher supply voltage would be my guess. It would give a blob of fused metals.

Tony23-11-2015, 06:29 PMI don't think any recalibration is possible. waiting.........still waiting. Questions: Is my hypothesis likely to be correct? Check This Out Rollins Visit Larry F.

The pipe is the hot water outlet from the cylinder. All rights reserved. Power = work.

Is it ok to discharge capacitors, say in a power supply, or something else??

It only became inaccurate once the broken display unit was replaced. At one point the display was replaced and ever since it has read about 15 low by my estimate. kahawai chaser20-11-2015, 08:06 PMI use to do water and humidity measurements tests from cylinders and cabinets. I did this because i was taking it apart(its still apart) and didn't want to risk getting shocked.

waiting.........still waiting. Is the display unit mains powered? If it is listed it would have to comply with: http://ulstandardsinfonet.ul.com/sco...p?fn=0916.html jtedesco3 View Public Profile Visit jtedesco3's Web site Find all posts by jtedesco3 #13 8/31/11, 11:27 AM George http://puchinet.com/question-for/question-for-moderators-others.php jtedesco1 Inspection Education & Training 5 4/18/08 10:24 AM Plumbing vent Routing Question kweiss Plumbing Inspections 7 11/1/06 10:57 PM -- InterNACHI - Current ---- InterNACHI - Minimal -- InterNACHI 2008

Poppa John20-11-2015, 08:25 PMTony...You say that the reader part is battery powered, that will be for the digital readout. Power is measured in Watts. In residential applications you need not waste your money on these things because you are charged per Kilowatt usage and most appliances and so on with motors that would be inductive The photo indicates two wires.

pctek19-11-2015, 12:54 PMWhy do you need to measure it? I'll certainly try the check vs. You just ranted without understanding. Yep, that's it.

Check out InterNACHI's listing of Oregon certified home inspectors. If you open the little cover you only have access to the battery. Best to let the tank temperature stabilise, then run off hot water and measure its temperature with a thermocouple meter, otherwise it is guess work. It is also possible that the Couple output is too small to work the new instrument.

I'm to the point where i'm going to make a plexi case for a power supply.(Different PS) I was just curious if this would cause any damage?