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  1. Thread: Need a PM sys

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    I am envisioning a perfect solution for you!

    With Microsoft Excel!
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    Yea, Im from DC. I started at a small company at...

    Yea, Im from DC. I started at a small company at $13 an hour. Look for a company, if you're not going union, that participates in the ACCA program. They have wage increase guidelines and you come up...
  3. Thread: On call pay?

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    3 hours OT just for being on-call. OT for any...

    3 hours OT just for being on-call. OT for any actual time spent on an after-hours call. Portal to portal: paid from time tech leaves driveway until end of service call. (Would be better if we got...
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    I came across this on Manitowoc's website

    http://www.manitowocice.com/?xhtml=xhtml/mii/us/en/minisite/servicetraining/onlinetraining.html&xsl=minisite.xsl

    They have a lot of stuff on ice machines current and old.
  5. Teletrol has a product that is a direct swap for...

    Teletrol has a product that is a direct swap for a conventional tstat, but is able to be monitored. Info like supply air temp and zone temp are readable values. I ran into Teletrol controls when a...
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    Could mean cfc certification by the epa. Thats a...

    Could mean cfc certification by the epa. Thats a minimal requirement for many HVAC companies. That and at least an apprentice license. I assume you took and passed the ICE exam in school. Other than...
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    Could mean cfc certification by the epa. Thats a...

    Could mean cfc certification by the epa. Thats a minimal requirement for many HVAC companies. That and at least an apprentice license. I assume you took and passed the ICE exam in school. Other than...
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    I just got a Fluke 179 multimeter. It reads mA...

    I just got a Fluke 179 multimeter. It reads mA and Hz and is backlit. Its a big step up from my old UEI DM383. I am impressed with the new Fluke.
  9. Which tools are typically supplied by the company?

    I am starting a new job soon and at the interview, they said that they supply "the big tools" like a vacuum pump, recovery machine and torches. Other companies that I've worked for have supplied...
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    I would search the VFD lit, to see what that...

    I would search the VFD lit, to see what that alarm message indicates before anything else. Hopefully that is still available.

    Check the referencer in the drive, to make sure its still set up to...
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    I've just got one question... What's wrong with...

    I've just got one question... What's wrong with this?
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    Thumbwheel enable/disable is a feature that is...

    Thumbwheel enable/disable is a feature that is available through either Rover OR Tracer Summit (via the 'back page' of a VAV; right click on graphic).

    You can also set high/low limits in the...
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    Latch block

    Well, the pictures didn't carry over...this is how it's done in my company... Hope it helps.




    Use this block to output a binary signal based on a change in state from off to on of a...
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    I wholeheartedly and gladly accept those odds!

    I wholeheartedly and gladly accept those odds!
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    God (the scientific and spiritual creator of all things) says:

    In His bible (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth)

    (2 Tim 3:16, "All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in...
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    Couple of years back, I did an install on an old...

    Couple of years back, I did an install on an old house like the one you describe. It was probably about 2500 sq ft and had no insulation behind the plaster walls, single-pane windows but we insulated...
  17. They're probably not going to have those at R.E....

    They're probably not going to have those at R.E. Michel :couchhide:
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    1 BTU = 1 BTU...whether you're in Florida or...

    1 BTU = 1 BTU...whether you're in Florida or Maine.
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    a ton of heat. 12000 btu = 1 ton of heat. 1 BTU =...

    a ton of heat. 12000 btu = 1 ton of heat. 1 BTU = the amout of heat required to raise 1 lb of water 1 deg farenheit. (in one hour)
  20. Thread: Need a T-stat

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    I dont know of a conventional-type stat that...

    I dont know of a conventional-type stat that would be capable of this. It might be good for this application to mount a simple controller in your boiler room with a zone sensor in each office. A good...
  21. Dont know off hand but if I had an empty filter...

    Dont know off hand but if I had an empty filter rack in front of me and no way to tell what size filter goes in it, I would pull out my tape measure and ride the filter rack to the back of the unit,...
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    Your home needs to have a load calculation run on...

    Your home needs to have a load calculation run on it in order to properly size an air conditioner and/or heatpump. A 3.5 ton will not supply colder air to your vents (vs a 3-ton) but if your old a/c...
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    Jinx!

    Jinx!
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    The company Lynxspring has a controller, JENEsys,...

    The company Lynxspring has a controller, JENEsys, that is very versatile. One of its benefits, is being a good integration tool. Not sure if this would suit your specific application but its worth...
  25. Yes, that capacitor was the weak link. It held...

    Yes, that capacitor was the weak link. It held out for a couple of weeks then crapped out. It would have been hard to tell that it was going to happen. Thanks for follwing up!
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