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    Mantooth temp clamp

    It looks like I could use this clamp with my cooper red thermometer.
    What is the part number of the clamp and will it work with the coper? Also has any one tried to extend the wire on the original Mantooth with the temp clamps that are wired together in that terrible design that they had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lytning View Post
    It looks like I could use this clamp with my cooper red thermometer.
    What is the part number of the clamp and will it work with the coper? Also has any one tried to extend the wire on the original Mantooth with the temp clamps that are wired together in that terrible design that they had.
    I plan on trying to extend the cable when it's out of warranty. it would be nice to be able to use cooper pipe straps for larger suction lines. Hope there is an answer.

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    I still wonder if they will work with cooper. Then they would also inter change with iManifold.
    Looking for part #

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    I guess there isn't any one around who can help.
    The phono type plug on the Mantooth is a bi (2) connector. The cooper is a mono (1) connector. Never the less when I plugged the YJ clamp into the cooper red there wad a .2 degree difference. But when I plugged the cooper into the YJ there was a 4 degree difference.
    I am not willing to cut the plugs open (yet), to see what we have. I wonder what would happen if I hooked up a K type thermistor to a mono plug? I will have to check Radio Shack for plugs unless someone has the answer...
    Quote Originally Posted by lytning View Post
    I still wonder if they will work with cooper. Then they would also inter change with iManifold.
    Looking for part #

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    That would be a direct short

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    You are talking type K I take it.
    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    That would be a direct short

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    Yes
    A ktype thermocouple on a thermistor meter would show a shorted error or extreme temp one way or the other depending on NTC or PTC type

    When checking two clamps clamp the two sensors together. Those sound close
    Re check them cold and hot
    At room temp a 10k ohm would read the same temp regardless of what type 10k it was.

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    Sorry for the delay. The part number for the ManTooth clamp is 67010. The Cooper-Atkins probes are not compatible with the ManTooth temperature probes. The ManTooth temperature probes can be extended using a standard stereo audio (3.5 mm) extension cable. We are planning to add a strap probe as an accessory on a future release.

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    The Cooper straps do work first thing I tried

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    But are they accurate?
    Quote Originally Posted by summerhelp View Post
    The Cooper straps do work first thing I tried

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    They make numerous types of NTC 10K Thermistors

    Best to check them hot and cold to see if they are a match

    At room temperature any type of 10K Thermistor is going to read the same value

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    Isn't 110K pretty much the standard?
    Quote Originally Posted by YELLOW JACKET View Post

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