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  1. #1
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    anybody seen this yet and is it snake oil

    ENDOCUBE
    http://endocubeinfo.com/

    might as well put tsat bulb in a tube of jelly for 3 hundred bucks
    once you think you've seen it all
    (THINK AGAIN)
    I would rather work for free than be look upon as a thief!!!!!

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    Seems to me the Temp Diff from kick on to kick off would increase too much making huge swings... wouldnt that be just as bad ?

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    that and they are trying to sell it to a flower shop and with long run times they will dry out the product
    once you think you've seen it all
    (THINK AGAIN)
    I would rather work for free than be look upon as a thief!!!!!

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    Basic Truth in Life:

    If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
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    Same thing as the bottles of glycerin in lab r/i's

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    I hadn't heard of that brand, but this one has been around for a few years.

    I'd have to vote for "Snake Oil"...considering the vast majority of self-contained reach-ins use a constant cut-in, coil sensing temperature control, it goes without saying that these little gems wouldn't work very well.

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    $hit.....and to think for 35 years of telling my customers to put their thermometers/bulbs in a glass of water to ascertain cooling levels was not worth a patent......WTF .....
    "The quality you deserve is not expensive---it's priceless"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunny View Post
    Basic Truth in Life:

    If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
    Bunny, until you have tried the technology. you will never know. All engineers don't like change.

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    Interesting idea,reminds me of a wine cooler control which was a probe in a bottle of fluid which sensed fluid temp. and cycled unit through a logic board which also inputted room temp. and humidity.Very limited/specific application but quite effective.

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    I read until I hit the phrase "thermal inertia"

    Then something shorted out in my brain and I decided that brain cells would commit mass suicide if I read any further.

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    Why not just stick the sensing bulb in a carrot. When the carrot gets above 40 the unit kicks on. When the carrot is at 33 it cuts out

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    Why not just stick the sensing bulb in a carrot. When the carrot gets above 40 the unit kicks on. When the carrot is at 33 it cuts out
    Because the carrot would have to be placed on a stick in the discharge air and the horsepower will continually try to catch the carrot but never quite get there and run on and on and on.....
    Watts New, Ohm My, I been Electrically Commutated. Are U2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    I read until I hit the phrase "thermal inertia"

    Then something shorted out in my brain and I decided that brain cells would commit mass suicide if I read any further.
    That would be a great screen name for this board. "ThermalInertia"

    One of these day's I'm going to work that word into one of my slips.

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