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  1. #1
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    Receiver controllers

    Anyone know where I could get some training on calibrating Honeywell receiver controllers

    Thanks

    dan

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    Heres the tech sheet on the OLD RP908's

    http://www.eprinc.net/client_images/...HW_RP908AB.pdf

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    I assume you mean rp920's, since the old 908's arent around much anymore. When I started at honeywell a long time ago, they told me "when you come across a control you dont know, order a new one", and then to "keep the papaerwork in a binder for reference". Thats back when controls actually came with paperwork. you should be able to find documents online, or if really necessary, go to a class at a control supplier, I know the one around here still offer wind classes, and every time they do, booked solid.

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    Here is the link to the RP920's info , save you BUYING a controller just to get the tech sheets.

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


    Still lots of OLD pneumatics around of all makes.

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    Thanks for the info

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    did you need just the info on the cut sheets, ie calibration screw, or were asking how to?

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    Glad to see you got your information here in the general section of the site.

    Just an FYI as I see you are a new poster......

    We have a controls section that typically caters to these sort of questions and generally yields betters responses.....

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    I've read the cut sheets on this controller, it's pretty confusing on the calibration side, I guess I was hoping for a class that goes over this in detail...

    Thanks for the reply's

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    Thread relocated to the controls section

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