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    Barber-Colman

    TK4012. remote bulb pneumatic stat.
    Need a cut sheet. Just got handed a job with 5 of them, hard to reach way above a ceiling.
    Anyone have a pdf or a good site to find it?
    Did a search and only came with prices, some were out of sight
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    Any mod out there?
    Would I get yelled at for reposting in the controls forum?
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    Thank you Delta, although it may be a 4012-201.
    Didn't see the sub number, but it had 3 air lines going to it. PDF shows it as a simple 2 pipe stat.
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    Can't find a reference for a 3 pipe for the number you gave. Even my old Honeywell cross reference indicates a replacement of Honeywell of a LP920A1005 or LP916A1134, which are both two pipe sensors.

    Looks like the LP916A series would be a good replacment if you can't find direct replacement or info. They are fairly easy sensors/controllers though. Can't find anything about 3 pneumatic connections. Are you sure there are 3 pneumatic tubes connected?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaT View Post
    Can't find a reference for a 3 pipe for the number you gave. Even my old Honeywell cross reference indicates a replacement of Honeywell of a LP920A1005 or LP916A1134, which are both two pipe sensors.

    Looks like the LP916A series would be a good replacment if you can't find direct replacement or info. They are fairly easy sensors/controllers though. Can't find anything about 3 pneumatic connections. Are you sure there are 3 pneumatic tubes connected?
    Yes, positive 3 lines. Hope I got the # right (99.9% sure). I was on a 10' ladder, 1 leg hanging off, 1 arm on a threaded rod, mini mag in my mouth........... you get the idea.
    Anyhow, a two pipe is simple. The third line threw me. No prints or sequence available, and there is a load of poly in the ceiling for the afffected units, (little dinky a/h's with heating and cooling coils.), along with the other equipment jammed in this particular ceiling.
    Thank you for the help. I'm going have to do my imitation of a monkey when I get back there next week.
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    Heres the tech sheet for it http://www.cm3web.com/parts/pdf/F12585-6.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavymetaldad View Post
    Any mod out there?
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    Can move it you wish? or are you good now here?

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    I have all the old honeywell pneumatic catalogs and service guides in my library!

    we have a lit of siemens 3 pipe stats for night setback
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    i will look for this one later if nobody has sent a pdf
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    The BARBER COLMAN TK 4212-201 is the 3 pipe , Heat / Cool low limit and is in the tech literature link I posted above.

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    sorry,
    guess I just read through it too quick and did not see a 3 pipe stat?






    Quote Originally Posted by Control Man View Post
    The BARBER COLMAN TK 4212-201 is the 3 pipe , Heat / Cool low limit and is in the tech literature link I posted above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_Worthingt View Post
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    We're good, thank you.
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    Thank you for the link, Control Man.
    Seems the 4212-201 is configured as a one pipe stat, unless I'm reading it wrong.
    I'm going back Monday, going to be on my mind. Coulda swore I saw it as a 3 pipe, and was told by building engineer it had 3 tubes.
    Thanks to everyone.
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