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  1. #1
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    Fieldpiece Psychrometer

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    Anybody use one of these? I pretty much just use the k type thermocouples to get wet bulb/dry bulb. How accurate is the NTC deal on it? Anybody like it? Had any problems with it?


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    I use the SHR3. IMHO a great tool.
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    I guess that thing has the same type censor on it?


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    Another vote for the SRH3. Easier to do in-duct measurements than the SRH2.

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    Guess I have another toy to buy one day


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    +1 for the SHR 3.

    - Mark
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    NCI Certified Air Balancer and CO/Combustion Analyst
    NATE Senior technician - Energy efficiency analyst and 7 other NATE Service certifications

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    Here's a quick video for the SHR3 in case people haven't seen it in action

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzbYs...y9qcEcS_lXdSyA

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