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  1. #1
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    SENVA Sensors

    Has anyone had experience with SENVA Sensors? I have been contacted by them about using their devices. So far I have seen info for current sensors and humidity sensors. I haven't had a chance to try the devices in the field but hopefully someone here has.

  2. #2
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    Used 1

    I used 1 on 1 job and have not had any problems yet.

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    Used the current sensors. A lot of them. They are great. Different ones for different apps the one with the relay attachment is cool.
    "It's always controls"

  4. #4
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    Used the current sensors. The price is right and we have had no problems.

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    Used about 6 and no problems. I do like the optional din rail mount or screw mount. Also the add on relay is cool.
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    We are selling them and they are working well.

    Jeff

  7. #7
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    Have used Senva for about 1 year. They have tiny current sensors great for tight spaces. They also have BAS starters specially designed for HVAC, (no relays required, 24VAC outputs can be wired directly to the terminals). Their VFDs have also worked well for us.

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