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  1. #1
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    LON space sensor w/setpoint

    I'm looking for your recommendations for a JACE friendly, LON space sensor with setpoint. Display is not required. TIA

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    I'm not sure what 'Jace friendly' means but you might want to look at BAPI sensors. They do have a digital display but are very simple and useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dapper View Post
    I'm not sure what 'Jace friendly' means but you might want to look at BAPI sensors. They do have a digital display but are very simple and useful.
    I second the Bapi. www.bapihvac.com

    If you don't have to have Lon they also have some very reasonable sensors with setpoint that will work with the Jace and the Spyders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2^3 View Post
    I'm looking for your recommendations for a JACE friendly, LON space sensor with setpoint. Display is not required. TIA
    Are you looking for a thermostat to hook directly to the LON network, or thermistor to hook to an analog input?

    Kevin
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    Directly on the LON.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2^3 View Post
    Directly on the LON.
    I don't have ant personal experience with any but try

    http://www.neurologic-research.com/D...s/1150bro2.PDF
    "Profit is not the legitimate purpose of business. The legitimate purpose of business is to provide a product or service that people need and do it so well that it's profitable."

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