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  1. #1
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    Looking for info on the Tracer Loop Controller. Tranes site has no info, just a brief mention of the existance. Has anyone worked with one of these yet?

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    Yup, done a couple of them.

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    qtip..... Are you a Trane employee or is this controller available to the rest of the world? Does it work? Have you got any info to share?
    thanks, Dan

    <username>45 at yahoo.

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    The literature is in the Eagle program.
    Your poor planning does not constitute an emergency on my part!!!!

  5. #5
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    Originally posted by dapper
    qtip..... Are you a Trane employee or is this controller available to the rest of the world? Does it work? Have you got any info to share?
    thanks, Dan

    <username>45 at yahoo.
    1. Yes
    2. Can't say for sure, but it should be.
    3. Works great.
    4. The only draw back is if you have more than one boiler, if you do you will need to control them off a Tekmar type panel. If there are more than two pumps you will have to do some creative control wiring in order to get the lead/lag to work properly.
    Interfaces very nicely to a Tracker panel.
    Controls the tower very well.
    When tied in with all the heat pumps and a Tracker panel it is a very nice system. We have quite a few contractors getting involved with this type of control.

    Any specific questions?

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    Smile

    I used a 580 instead once! Worked well!

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    Yea.. I have a couple like that also.

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