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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    You can use the TA1 inside a cooler/freezer and the 5 relays on the power control module to set up temp alarms on your boxes.

    OP What gain do you think you would get by knowing pressures/temps prior to getting onsite? You could have any number of causes to any number of conditions that is going on with the equipment. I see no benefit except for maybe a temp alarm and a temp data logger.
    #1 thing you save is response time if monitored correctly.

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    I work for an equipment manufacturer that does warranty service. I'm new but I can see how this would majorly benefit a company like ours. Set alarms for different situations. But then again if the company did preventive maintenance service 90% of problems could be eliminated...

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    These work really well. You can log in anytime & change values & force defrosts.
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    The primary function of the design engineer is to make things difficult for the fabricator and impossible for the serviceman.

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