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  1. #1
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    Anyone know the difference between the IP or SI edition and what would be most beneficial to us?
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    I think one is for outside U.S.A. and the other is for us.
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    IP shows inch's, feet, btu's, etc

    SI shows Cm's, meters, joules, etc. SI is metric edition, if you are in US get IP.
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    Systeme Internationale (French) or The International System of Units. (what the world uses)

    as opposed to IP (idiot position) the method we utilize in the US. (inch pound actually)

    Might as well call it idiot position because the US is an island with this method of measurement.

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    Cool thanks, found one in Australia
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    Joey - post the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatrixTransform View Post
    very soon it is you that will be pwned

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    Joey,

    I think the Gray Manual, Honeywell part number 77-1100, is still available thru Honeywell distributors. The last one I bought I got about two years ago. It's the I-P edition, not the S-I edition. sysint was so eleoquent in his description of the difference between the two! I got mine from NECC - a Honeywell distributor in PA. Their phone number is 800-227-9800. If you call ask for Mark.

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    Honeywell Gray Engineering Manual is also available for download at the Honeywell website:

    http://customer.honeywell.com/Honeyw...777CCCAD5B3%7D

    On the right hand side you will see Related Information, and then below that is the link to download the Manual. Right click and then do the "Save Target As" to save the file to your PC. Be aware, it is a large download (7 Mb) for dial-up.

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    Hank I have the downloaded version looking for one in hardback
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    Originally posted by fms2k
    Joey,

    I think the Gray Manual, Honeywell part number 77-1100, is still available thru Honeywell distributors. The last one I bought I got about two years ago. It's the I-P edition, not the S-I edition. sysint was so eleoquent in his description of the difference between the two! I got mine from NECC - a Honeywell distributor in PA. Their phone number is 800-227-9800. If you call ask for Mark.
    I called them, the guy had no clue what I was talking about and was pretty rude
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    Gray book is now online and searchable

    Honeywell Gray Manual (Gray book) is now online at

    http://www.buildingcontrolworkbench.com

    and it is searchable!

    Have Fun!

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    Excellent manual.

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