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1st Post here so, hello everybody and let me know if I'm off topic, here goes.
I'm having low ambient issues with my Goodman PH060-3C. I use this system just for the IT server room, avg. ambient 80+F and I need to keep it 70 or <.
Anyways, I was going to install a fan cycling switch, when I came across the FanMaster 2000 it's made by American Controls Technologies.
Has anyone had any previous experience with this unit and if so, any pros or cons concerning it?
01-27-2010, 03:40 PM
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Thanks for the info.
This happens to be my job, I'm the only Refrigeration Tech employed by my company. While I don't own a business, I perform the same services for my employer that you perform for your customers (It's how I've made my living for 7 years) and I agree with you. I have my certs. and am not asking anyone to do the job for me or give me step by step instructions, I don't need them. I simply wanted to know if the control in question was reliable and operated as advertised, so I did'nt waste my time and the companies money.
I know a P70AA-118 will work, has worked in the past and is my original plan, I just ran across this FM2000 and never heard of it.
I apologize if I my enquiry was offensive or not stated clearly.
01-28-2010, 01:11 PM
Well lets help you out here by relocating this thread over to the commercial section.
01-28-2010, 01:33 PM
Moved into commercial
Thanks for the move and the help guys.
Really appreciate it.
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