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  1. #1
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    Dear trutechtools

    I would like to enroll in your "clover beiser" program where I can trade in my gently used instruments when the new technology is released. I am sick and tired of owning a sman3 when the sman4 is such a seductive tease. When the sdp3 is released at some point, my sdp2 will not be as attractive as the new girl that moved into town. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by kangaroogod View Post
    I would like to enroll in your "clover beiser" program
    Clover has way more shiny new toys than I do!
    I haven't actually accumulated all that many TruRewards Points with TTT.

    The "clover program" requires that you have a sugar daddy(or uncle) to buy you whatever you want.

    The "beiser program" involves being sworn to secrecy by at least 1 instrument manufacturer, extended communication with people that are on a 9+ hour time difference with you, and inside connections with higher ups in a company that reps multiple manufacturers products.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    What will the sdp3 be like?

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    Speaking of Clover, Where has hvac5646 been?
    You need to put the phone down and get back to work!

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    I would go for that but I'm rough on stuff...I wish I could compete in the tool arms race with those two! :grin:

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckcrj View Post
    What will the sdp3 be like?
    Since a lot of you have the SDP2, We at Fieldpiece would like to know the same thing as Chuck.

    "What would the SDP3 look like and do?"

    Since the SDP2 was the first Dual Psychrometer on the market (that I know of) what else could it do to make your job easier, faster and better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RussellHarju View Post
    Since a lot of you have the SDP2, We at Fieldpiece would like to know the same thing as Chuck.

    "What would the SDP3 look like and do?"

    Since the SDP2 was the first Dual Psychrometer on the market (that I know of) what else could it do to make your job easier, faster and better?
    No. 1 would be to make it do target SH without needing a wireless device.

    Also an anemometer probe to take a cfm reading, then it could readout real time BTU output

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    If a hot wire was not a part of a combination tool,, I would like to at least be able to manually enter a cfm and have it do the math for Btus automatically.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RussellHarju View Post
    Since a lot of you have the SDP2, We at Fieldpiece would like to know the same thing as Chuck.

    "What would the SDP3 look like and do?"

    Since the SDP2 was the first Dual Psychrometer on the market (that I know of) what else could it do to make your job easier, faster and better?
    I feel like I've had this conversation before...
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Interchange wands.

    Have a few different wands that will record info.

    Like a hot wire anemometer wand interchangeable with psychrometer wand. Just unplug the psychro wand, insert the hot wire wand, change a setting, then record airflow.

    Once you've recorded both Enthalpy and CFM it will spit out an actual BTU output.

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    Dear trutechtools

    Or wireless wands.

    Stick them in the supply and return, sync them to the SDP3 handheld, HG3, or SMAN's and let the wands broadcast info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Ridley View Post
    Or wireless wands.

    Stick them in the supply and return, sync them to the SDP3 handheld, HG3, or SMAN's and let the wands broadcast info.

    Wireless wands....... That is truly a good idea.

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    Picked up the SC 57 today, haven't used it yet. BUT I was disappointed that it didn't have a magnet to allow hands free.

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