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    Part number confusion

    Quote Originally Posted by kamersoutdoor View Post
    I have a strong suspicion that my supplier has the old version confused with the new proR
    Can anyone confirm this by the part number for me please




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    This photo of an ad from an unknown source is showing pictures of the Sporlan SMART Pro/R, but also shows the item number 953495 which is the original Sporlan SMART Service Tool Kit (SSTK). Please inform your supplier or send your supplier's contact info to us at svdtechsupport@parker.com so we can reach out to them. Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sporlan View Post
    This photo of an ad from an unknown source is showing pictures of the Sporlan SMART Pro/R, but also shows the item number 953495 which is the original Sporlan SMART Service Tool Kit (SSTK). Please inform your supplier or send your supplier's contact info to us at svdtechsupport@parker.com so we can reach out to them. Thanks for sharing!
    Will do
    Thanks to both of you for clarifying that for me

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    At that price, I'd definitely recommend picking up the set of the old ones.
    They have plenty of range to connect through the access panel on a package unit, so are great for quick checks, and the clamps are good up to about 1 3/8 lines.

    I definitely will be picking up some of the new sensors though, so I don't have to break out the iManifold when I want to make an adjustment to a TXV, or something, on a split system in one trip.

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    I just picked mine up from united for 360 I believe. I remember when they came out. We're 6-700 bucks.


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    Just put my order in for lo/hi pressure and a temp.
    Decent pricing @ under $600

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sporlan View Post
    This photo of an ad from an unknown source is showing pictures of the Sporlan SMART Pro/R, but also shows the item number 953495 which is the original Sporlan SMART Service Tool Kit (SSTK).
    Do you have a part number for the SMART Pro/R? I tried to see the prices today United but they said they could not find it without a part number.

    I want to find out more about this product but it seems other than sporlans website. These things are only spoken about in hush tones in dark alleyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Gerber View Post
    Do you have a part number for the SMART Pro/R? I tried to see the prices today United but they said they could not find it without a part number.

    I want to find out more about this product but it seems other than sporlans website. These things are only spoken about in hush tones in dark alleyways.
    The part numbers for the Sporlan SMART Pro/R:

    Low Pressure Sensor is Part #953703
    High Pressure Sensor is Part #953704
    Temp Sensor is Part #953702

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    Thank you for the quick reply!

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    What is your opinion of these. Are they a every svc call tool or just a quick check tool. Does anyone truly know where these are headed as far updates Thanks

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    Wondering what I'm going to store them in when they get here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac17011 View Post
    Mark

    What is your opinion of these. Are they a every svc call tool or just a quick check tool. Does anyone truly know where these are headed as far updates Thanks
    I've got the older kit, and hardly ever use a manifold and hoses anymore.
    I do plan on picking up a set of the new ones at some point this spring.
    With appropriate tee fittings, you can use them for adding/removing refrigerant from a system.

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    Do u use them for pressure testing

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac17011 View Post
    Do u use them for pressure testing
    Absolutely, it completely eliminates the question of manifold and hose leaks.
    I work on a good bit of commercial VRV equipment that is to be pressure tested at upwards of 600 psig in some cases.

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