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  1. #40
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    Digi cool has 2 features that mean a lot, field repairable, and you can BYOM (bring your own manifold).

    Agree with Home&marine, use the search feature, there are thousands of posts on this subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Core_d View Post
    My ak were way off once. I didnt have them plugged in quite right.
    I take back my comments! I think that was the problem. I noticed that if the plug isn't completely tight, the temperatures start fluctuating. After playing with it, I did a cold water test and turns out they're right on point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CircusEnvy View Post
    I take back my comments! I think that was the problem. I noticed that if the plug isn't completely tight, the temperatures start fluctuating. After playing with it, I did a cold water test and turns out they're right on point.
    HA, i was ready to get a new set of clamps too.

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    So I'm thinking ak900. So where to get the best deal and which package? I want the clamps. Hard case or soft. So many options :-)

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    Looks like I'm gonna have to go back and push them a little. If they get close to 275, I'll buy them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CommtechinVA View Post
    Looks like I'm gonna have to go back and push them a little. If they get close to 275, I'll buy them.
    Good luck. I bought it full price at the Mechanicsville location. I have to say, it comes in a pretty nice bag.

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    I'm using SMAN3 it was changed with new one by fieldpiece for free, after it leaked on valve.
    Anyway I recommend SMAN4 if you wanna do wireless total measuring system like gas pressure, pipes temp, dew point, dry bulb, wet bulb, voltage, amperage etc.
    But if you like to use stand alone it, there are lots of choice like digi-cool's product, yellow jack, imperial, testo.
    Visit fieldpiece web site to learn their wireless total system. it is awesome!
    Additionally, if you are early adopter (?), visit imperial web site to look for iManifold. It is amazing.
    I hope my comment will help you for choosing your baby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CircusEnvy View Post
    Good luck. I bought it full price at the Mechanicsville location. I have to say, it comes in a pretty nice bag.
    was it 347 there? Donnie couldnt help you on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CommtechinVA View Post
    was it 347 there? Donnie couldnt help you on it?
    $352 + tax. I think it was Rodney who sold it to me. Tried getting Donnie in line, he usually gives me a break lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CircusEnvy View Post
    $352 + tax. I think it was Rodney who sold it to me. Tried getting Donnie in line, he usually gives me a break lol.
    Josh, over in midlothian, quoted me $347 out the door. that was thursday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CommtechinVA View Post
    Josh, over in midlothian, quoted me $347 out the door. that was thursday.
    Does it come with the temperature clamps? I think that's why my price was so steep, or because I'm a greenhorn.

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    The UEI comes with the clamps... and a basic 3 hose manifold.

    Personally, I get a Titan 4 valve manifold at Amazon for around 150-ish and mount it there.

    Took the analogue gauges off the Titan and put them on the DC manifold and have it for a burnout evacuation.

    Now if Doug (guy who build the DC) will get to work and bring out the wireless unit... he has been talking about it for years and years.

    Ya listenin Doug...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    The UEI comes with the clamps... and a basic 3 hose manifold.

    Personally, I get a Titan 4 valve manifold at Amazon for around 150-ish and mount it there.

    Took the analogue gauges off the Titan and put them on the DC manifold and have it for a burnout evacuation.

    Now if Doug (guy who build the DC) will get to work and bring out the wireless unit... he has been talking about it for years and years.

    Ya listenin Doug...
    And that slick looking 2 valve Paradigm manifold.
    Last edited by eddiegoodfellar; 06-22-2014 at 07:26 PM.

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