View Full Version : DigiCools or Cooper Atkins MFM300?!
02-15-2009, 02:04 PM
ive been doing quite a bit of research on both and am looking to purchase one of these items...
Im looking for something that can measure subcooling and superheat simontaneously and measure pressures digitally...which both products can do...
I like the multi functionality of the MFM300 and logging capabilitys as well...
I was hoping some of you guys can make the choice clear cut for me
02-15-2009, 02:20 PM
Then your loking for the Digi Cool DRSA 1250.
02-15-2009, 02:25 PM
yeah ive seen that, the only thing im thinking is with the mfm300, i can use the temp probes for more then just superheat and subcooling, i can use it for delta t's , space and ambient temps as well as humidity, but i like the display on the digicools and i like the ability to focus in on txv issues
02-16-2009, 10:24 AM
Do a search on digi-cool on this site and read about some real life experiances . Check out the hammer video.
02-16-2009, 02:33 PM
It looks pretty nice and well built. But if your using it to check system pressures on a day to day basis it does not seem very practical, it does have a lot of nice features though. Heres a link for the whole package not a bad price http://www.instawares.com/deluxe-kit-mfm300-5029.cak-10mfm300kit4.0.7.htm
I have the Digi cool And love it it can take a beating.
I give very high marks to Digi Cool!!!
I look at the Cooper look nice but not user friendly to charge with I hear. however here is a great Post reviewing the Cooper.
02-16-2009, 07:31 PM
data logging on these instruments has a long way to come :(
i have used a couple of brands that employ data logging on thier more expenxive lines, and there is alot to be left for. very difficult and frustrating to say the least. not very user friendly and the manuals that come with them are even more lame :mad:
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