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  1. @j3hvac - lol, I saw that! Rules are rules, glad...

    @j3hvac - lol, I saw that! Rules are rules, glad I read em so I noticed you lacked that little star. Nevertheless, I appreciate any input and would still love to hear you back up your theories if you...
  2. @dunkman, by "exhaust ducts", I am referring to...

    @dunkman, by "exhaust ducts", I am referring to the hot air exhaust ducts that begin at the ceiling and carry the hot air back to the units. Thanks for asking :)

    Challenger 3000 - is the...
  3. @dunkman, What's the advantage with sensing the...

    @dunkman, What's the advantage with sensing the cooling equipment? Sensor's currently in the exhaust ducts.

    @j3hvac, the ceiling tiles were there before so I don't expect that would improve...
  4. Why?

    Why?
  5. Alarm sensor(just 1) is located in the exhaust...

    Alarm sensor(just 1) is located in the exhaust duct -I'm aware that most people don't like this, but our contractor designed it this way. We're trying to convince the IT manager to allow us to...
  6. Yes, sensors are getting above alarm point and...

    Yes, sensors are getting above alarm point and calling my cell phone at 2am on weekends : (

    Our server room is compartmentalized; cold area in front of the servers via ceiling supplies, then the...
  7. Server Room Temperature Keeps Setting Off Alarm

    I work at an office with a critical server room, and in it we have a Sensaphone 800 that has been alarming us more than usual these last few months -yes I know it's summer and it's hot... Anyways,...
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