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    Carrier Chiller Thermistor Number

    Carrier chiller model 30GTN150 serial 0501F60515.

    I need the part number on T2 thermistor for the inlet water temperature sensing. This is the one that mounts with a compression fitting in the inlet on the barrel.

    I have an HH79NZ029 on my truck but I'm not sure if it's the right one. The number is missing on the existing one and the supply house is closed.

    What can I use for a compression fitting in a pinch, the ferrel on the old one will be compressed on the probe?

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    it looks like the right one

    dip it in ice water and check the ohms

    there is an ohm/temp chart right there on the panel of that Carrier GT chiller

    all the sensors are the same

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    Thanks for the help, that worked.

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    5K at 77 degrees. As long as the length is the same.
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    should be a 30gb660 ! water and refrigerant circuit thermistors should all be the same.

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    i think it just a 5k negative coefficient thermistor
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    keep a lot of them they only last a few weeks!!!!!!!!!

    then you get the error code that says the chw inlet temp is colder than the chw outlet temp
    i think it is error code p97
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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    keep a lot of them they only last a few weeks!!!!!!!!!

    then you get the error code that says the chw inlet temp is colder than the chw outlet temp
    i think it is error code p97
    You got the wrong chiller there Ace, but I know exactly what your talking about.
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    In a pinch I have used standard BAS strap on type sensors, of the same resistance of course.

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    oops!!!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by thegoodlistener View Post
    You got the wrong chiller there Ace, but I know exactly what your talking about.
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