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    WB temp

    any suggestions on a reasonable tool to measure wb temps? not to pricey but no sling psycrometer lol

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    test humidity stick, WB,DB,and RH%.

    on sale at jstone 109.00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac5646 View Post
    test humidity stick, WB,DB,and RH%.

    on sale at jstone 109.00.
    X2, testo 510-H1, I want to get the fieldpiece SDP2 to make life easier though.

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    The cooper-atkins SRH77A is a good tool too. A cheap option if you have a dmm that has a temp setting and accepts a ktype tcouple fieldpiece sells a wet bulb thermocouple.
    Last edited by jtrammel; 05-11-2013 at 03:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtrammel View Post
    The cooper-atkins SRH77A is a good tool too. A cheap option if you have a dmm that has a temp setting and accepts a ktype tcouple fieldpiece sells a wet bulb thermocouple.
    Srh77a is what I carry. If you aren't in a big hurry, you might keep an eye on eBay. I bought mine brand new for 125 on there.

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    WB temp

    The new fieldpiece SDP2 is the way to go.

    Dual in duct readings. It displays DB, WB, RH, Enthalpy, and TEET.

    http://fieldpiece.com/in-duct/sdp2

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    I believe fieldpiece PRH2 is cheapest digital psychrometer on the market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Ridley View Post
    The new fieldpiece SDP2 is the way to go.

    Dual in duct readings. It displays DB, WB, RH, Enthalpy, and TEET.

    http://fieldpiece.com/in-duct/sdp2
    Not bustin' yer chops Brent, but the guy said not too pricey.

    SDP 2...yeah..one of the best. But does that not strike you as being pricey?

    Just curious. Cause you know I don't shop the cheapest price, and SDP 2 DOES seem pricey to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac5646 View Post
    Not bustin' yer chops Brent, but the guy said not too pricey.

    SDP20...yeat..one of the best. But does that not strike you as being pricey?

    Just curious. Cause you know I don't shop the cheapest price, and SDP 2 DOES seem pricey to me.
    Yea, it is a little more expensive than your standard psychrometer but it is absolutely worth it. The SDP2 is my new favorite tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Ridley View Post
    Yea, it is a little more expensive than your standard psychrometer but it is absolutely worth it. The SDP2 is my new favorite tool.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Ridley View Post
    Yea, it is a little more expensive than your standard psychrometer but it is absolutely worth it. The SDP2 is my new favorite tool.
    Man, never saw so many guys parsing a single instrument so highly.

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    whats the field peice wb t couple run? is it fairly accurate im fairly new to trade and on tight tool budget

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    Testo 605-H2, $126.00 to get me by till I can get the FPSPD2 (gotta have it). I absolutely need accurate wet boob readings for capacity/efficiency tests.
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