I remember when all the kids around had digimons and I had a pet rock.
I was a bit surprised that they are following through on what I initially thought was just an empty comment, and feel like I have a responsibility to be fair and thorough about the testing and review.
Hang in there Ryan1088, you too Brent Ridley.
We have new products in the works at all times. More field testing will be necessary if I have anything to say about it.
I believe I can get fast and honest feedback feeding you guys stuff to test in the field.
Call me crazy but a lab test just wont convince me.......
Someone who uses a tool 3x per day 5 days a week in all types of weather will quickly suss out what works, what doesn't, and what can be improved.
Nice one iceman.
BTW I am still looking into the TP chart for R-4xx. I believe it has been fixed on the Digimon SE, but I am not 100% sure yet.
Will keep you posted.
Expat in CH is evil!
From our email conversation when I asked what all was being shipped.
"Can't tell you what was sent.... Well I could, but thatís no fun, is it?"
I tested the Digimon SE today to see about the R-4xx TP charts. to answer your question.
I pulled them randomly out of a box from production. Attachment 395651
30.6 Bar = 52 deg C
43.3 Bar = 67 deg C
46.1 Bar = 70 deg C
And for fun I took it up to 50 Bar (725 Psi)
29.2 Bar = 64 deg C
21.2 Bar = 50 deg C
5.5 Bar = 5C
They seem to be testing well against my tables. So I checked my tables to see if they all were correct. So far, everything seems to be spot on.
According to Carriers white paper on Puron Attachment 395661 we are very near the critical temperature of the refrigerant at 50Bar so....
it looks to me like we have gone as far as we can with the R-4xx series of refrigerants.
If I am wrong please let me know so I can fix it.
Expat your post isn't covering what I'm talking about
Can you post a pic of a close up of the display showing the pressure and saturation temps of the high and low sides simultaneously like you have it connected thru the center port?
410 or 404 would be a bad example
407 or 409 would be very clear
itsiceman, sounds like your talking about dewpoint vs bubble on the saturation temps from glide, just went through this on another thread where I was confused.
Those would show what your talking about, here's the digicool AK900 on 421a, I'm assuming you want these pics from the digimon screens.
That is correct mason
The original Digimon and the new single stubbie gauge I saw were not programmed this way.